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... drink and ride. The biggest thing I learnt this week is that my time in utila is over... I had a good run but it's time to take my party shirts elsewhere and let some other lucky travellers bask in their colourful goodness. Leaving on Monday after 5.5 months of utila work and play is going to be tough but meeting some amigos in Nicaragua for a change in scenery will be very enjoyable. My last Thursday out, let's get sloppy ...
... is handy but at the same time it's where our instructors hang out at making me still just a dive master who works at the bar. Action needed to be put into play and so getting a new job at an off the radar bar was my next move and what brings me to my next story of the week. Once a month the islands IDC ( instructor course ) participants graduate after an intense and draining course. Because it's padi who certifies the instructor course all get tested on the same day and ...
... in reasonably good nick and about the right size so we assumed it was to be ours... We were very wrong!
Due to there only being 5 passengers for the flight the airline decided to downsize the aircraft they were using! You will see on the pictures, we were taken out of the terminal building and down the runway to ...
... lolling in the shade. A warm community.On the way back into town, we drove to a peak nearby for "the million dollar view" (something to do with selling land for the airport ) . We had a new friend along that day. I met Suzanne when I was doing dock time for the sunset and she had come in from snorkeling out at the reef. Turns out she is from Ottawa and has spent 6 months of the year in this cute little cottage just at the ...
... t want to venture here. It
doesn’t feel too dangerous though, and considering that the majority of crime
and violence is gang on gang means that tourists are likely to get left alone. Well, kind of. The main thing that would
happen to a tourist would be robbery at knife point. Fan-bloody-tastic J.
On our bus to San Salvador the next day, I
was gifted with some more news of joy about murders in the part of the world I
have been residing in for the past 3 ...