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... and the cab driver didn't know where it was and the two passerbys we asked didn't know either.. I hadn't bothered to get more info from neither the Chinese guy nor google because I thought that's how it worked here! Name the part of town and name the restaurant and bam! Well, apparently turtle soup is not really legal, so we can't ask around for a place that serves that.. So we ended up "settling" for a place called Bayside. The taxi driver said he's wait for us while ...
After a very long travel day and sickening boat trip, we arrived on the island of Roatan in the evening. The next day the weather was fantastic and the reef created completely flat water. We wandered from our West End accommodation to West Bay where the nicest beach and resorts are. We relaxed on the beach for the afternoon and Scott went out snorkelling for an hour amongst shallow coral and saw a ...
So sorry to anyone who was wondering why I didn't update! We've been kept super busy with projects and our last quiz. We have continued diving a lot, and we keep seeing more and more things. The more species I learn, the more I see. It's interesting how that works. Kate and my project is going well! We have collected a lot of data, and now we just have to analyze it and put everything in a presentation format. Yesterday, we had an opportunity to do a dolphin training session. It ...
These last two days have been wonderful! We spent yesterday taking a break and going into a local town. It was an interesting exploration that included checking out little local shops, admiring the ocean view from the docks, and eating Lionfish. Yes, you read it right - I ate Lionfish! Lionfish are an invasive species affecting the reef ecosystem, so they're trying to make it into a fishery. I figured I'd support the movement ...
... called us in to discuss the matter, seeing us as an opportunity to fill his pockets. He showed us a complicated section of the law book (en español) and an chart for the fine, which was actually about fees to extend your stay in Central America. The BB told us we would have to pay 3400 limpiras or $160. We argued the bogus fine in our best spanish and held up our bus for a long time. We think that the bus conductor was getting a cut of it too, as he came in to play "good ...