Out Of The Blue
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... my sorority sister who had arrived earlier that morning. Luckily the hotel provided free transportation services from the airport to the hotel. Once I got there, we quickly changed, grabbed a welcome drink at the bar, and headed out to dinner. We walked on the beach where there was numerous restaurants and beaches along the coast of the beach. It was absolutely breathtaking! I had never seen water so beautiful and clear in my life! We decided to walk around the ...
Not much to do here but dive and drink.
We found Utila more setup for certifications than for fun diving, which Cate and I were more interested in. Although, Cate did her Adventure Deep Dive certification.
Utila had a more backpacker feel to it, whereas Roatan was more American and a lot more expensive. There were 2 sides to Roatan the famous westside ...
... 8 people, but Honduran style make that 14 people, including all the luggage. It was fine, but because the boat wasn’t the biggest thing on the water, some of the chop really did give the guys up front a good thrashing and made the ride take a little longer than expected.
Anyways, 90 mins later we had arrived in Roatan, to a picturesque Caribbean beach complete with perfect blue water, palm trees and guys saying “mann” at the end of ...
What started as food poisoning, developed into a cold and cough and ended up possibly being a slight chest infection kept me out of the water and layed up for two weeks. Two weeks without any internet unless I walked fifteen minutes to get it meant I spent most of my time watching previously downloaded movies and tv series and subsequently got into the apathetic state that occurs when boredom takes it's toll. I didn't spend all my time in ...
... in-law, Joseph Jackson
(born and raised on the Island), with the purpose of providing visitors
with an exciting and truly unique way to experience all of the beauty
that Roatan has to offer."
Let's just say the Dune Buggy Tour was very muddy - lol. Joanne drove our little buggy through all types of mud - spraying us all the way there. I wasn't able to take too many pictures because I did not want my camera to ...