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... the hill from us, for the past 3 years. Her kids are grown up and gone and sounds like she is selling her place back there and "travelling the world." She has a scooter,knows the island quite well and wanted to learn about solar opportunities as well as connect with some local people. She brought us some dive books to identify the stuff we see snorkeling and I am about to head out with her to try out my new gear. Talk to you later.
Today we had a scheduled shore excursion to the Stone Castle where they make cameos! It was very interesting and they had such beautiful jewelry. We learned how they made most of their pieces out of conk shells. We watched a young woman in the process of creating a cameo and discovered she was unable to speak when we asked a question. When I asked her if I could take ...
... we? There have been a few changes in the last month, I moved into a little duplex to take care of it while a sister visits family in the US, so I've upgraded from a closet to a fully stocked up place with tv, internet and a road right in front where I looove to go running! It is 8K from my door to the cruiseship docks and back and my goal is to run it 3 times a week! So far its just one. Ohh yeah, did I mention the house comes fully furnished AND with a huge strong stinky ...
... who didn't really interact with us (I'm guessing French..). We dived at a site called Pillar Coral. There was a big wall of coral reefs that stretched for a good length, and we went into these tiny valleys of corals. The visibility was fantastic! We saw an eel, lobster at the bottom under the rocks, and a bunch of colorful fish! Some of them were really big. But we didn't see any big animals like rays or turtles. Oh well? I had some equipment ...
... I got to the gate like 2 hours early, and the United Airlines lady let me just get on the flight that was about to take off. Woo! I had a 1-hour layover in Houston. The airport was huge! I got on a train that moves between the terminals. The side I was sitting on was in Spanish, and I clearly didn't pay atteniton in my high school Spanish classes because I found myself going the opposite direction. Anyway, the crowd for the Roatan flight was buzzing with ...