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... hours and then I sun tanned for a bit while I finished my book. We then had chips and an apple for dinner because we weren't that hungry. Our instructor really wanted us to do the Advanced diving course where you can go deeper and do ship wrecks, deep dives and night dives. After thinking this over for quite a while we decided to stay until Saturday to do the course instead of leaving Wednesday. (They are right, you can never leave this island!! Haha) After our group ...
... and later have to go back home. Even within the congregation things change constantly. Last summer a brother came from La Ceiba to teach a sign language class with the goal of helping the deaf integrate more into the congregation. And even though many showed interest, and gave it a very sincere effort, learning a new language well enough to have a meaningful conversation with someone takes a lot of effort and a measure of skill. Not everyone can do that ...
... us newbies to the process. The faster you move the sweaty socks through, the faster the boxes deplete. It was fun to be part of the energy but by the end of the day and the last unload of the boxes at home base, we were too tired and late for a swim.
My friend Santos is this strong,silent type (even in his own language)who works for Carlos at Casa Isabella. He's around a lot-helped moor the boat when Carlos' son Chris took ...
... would still involve travelling through Honduras to get to El Salvador!! So with this we decided to go for it and travel on the shuttle to Roatan.
We did not regret the decision we made, the shuttle was very professional and we felt safe the whole journey, which was 14 hours. Driving through the country was an eye opener, a beautiful, mountainous country. Just a shame drugs and gangs have ruined this place. We got picked up at 2am ...
... my equipment. When I arrived I instantly ran into Chicha, a Honduran dive master who was in charge of our trip. He took me to the dive shopīs storage and told me: “Help yourself!”. It was the very first time I was expected to prepare my diving equipment without any help. Well, I had done 12 dives by that time, so I figured I was experienced enough to choose everything I needed. I wasnīt facing any problems, except for the weight belt. I didnīt know how many weights ...