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... Shortly afterwards we got on another very questionable boat, and got back to Utila at about 7.30am.
Sunday was a much-needed lazy day, and we went down to a private resort called Neptune’s to chill out and eat some post-rave stodge. This was the sensible preparation I needed for diving the next day. I checked the dive schedule on Monday, and couldn’t see my name listed anywhere. I should’ve been ****** off, but I actually felt ...
... leaned over and whispered " You know I didn't think about the fact that going to a clinic means we're going to be around a bunch of sick people!" Not only were we exposing ourselves, but Clinica Esperanza was hopping and I didn't guess that Ms. Peggy would have time for a visit. Later that night while we were back at our hostel, Mel, the owner let us know she was having a party to celebrate Canada Day. We joined in the party and met several ...
... ladies night with free admission and drinks for ladies before 10pm. Guys were not allowed in until then. There were a lot of Hondurans, if not most of the crowd , and the MC spoke only in Spanish (Sarah translated for me). It was... an interesting experience to say the least.
The night waned and ...
... to eat and some other drinking challenge! Our most visited and favourite place to eat was Big Mumma’s Cafe. They offer a range of hamburgers, wraps, tacos and popcorn chicken. Our staple was the BBQ chicken wrap, as it was the best price point and the BBQ sauce was to die for! This place was constantly humming with people coming and going - a must see!
For coffee, conveniently located on the other side of UDC dive shop was actually a great coffee shop ...
... for around £80 (bargain!). But nervous about doing the deep dive as my first dive eeek! Got a book with a chapter on deep
diving as homework boo!
We're staying in the West End of Roatan Island but the nicest beaches are in the West Bay which we can get to by water taxi and so off we went for a nice day of relaxation (and some studying for me!).
Back to the West Bay for around 4pm, no luck finding an ATM that accepts Mastercards so had to borrow some money from ...