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This week I officially committed to doing my IDC course (instructor development course) which will begin on May 4th. This does not only mean that I will be living on utila for a lot longer time but I will be almost broke once I finish the course meaning work will be a very needed. I am currently living on the cheap but I think I'm going next level cheap once I pay all of this... Stewy special update - after a lot of hustling I and the team managed to get not a ...
... and I gear up. Again, I am happy, as I watch people struggle to fit their fins or adjust their masks, that we carry our own equipment. It sometimes feels like a stupid decision and hassle, but I'm always happy about it when we are getting into the water.
The crew divides our group up into experienced and new snorkelers. Jeff and I decide to go with the inexperienced group because we think it will be a smaller group. But when we hear that guide ...
... the Beach House Hotel which, was absolutely stunning and Mo and Ras kindly offered to pay for the bulk of the bill as I was a budgeting backpacker :-)
That week was spent quad biking, swimming, watching the sun rise and a few boozy nights out. I am a bit disappointed in myself that I didn't do all the things I wanted to such as; kayaking, snorkeling, paddle boarding or diving but, the Island was sooo bloody expensive and plus ...
... was busy and well-stocked, and bought food there.
Returning to the villa, we watched football with the others for a while, during a massive downpour (which did not last long). Then, we played a long game of Cards Against Humanity – fun for everyone. (Mike and Paul tied for the win.)
As it was after 11pm, we went to the club house, where there was a New Year's Party. We bought drinks, then went to the ...
... was pertinent to do a liquor run. After all, buying bottles is much cheaper then buying a whole bunch of drinks at the bar. But then because it was Sunday, no liquor was being sold in the West Bay area! What a crisis! So some locals told us the only way to get liquor was to grab a water taxi to the West End and buy liquor there.
We hopped on a water taxi immediately! Hahaha. Water taxi was $6 roundtrip per person. So Julizza and I headed over to the West ...