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... was still ridiculously high – HNL 474 per person! The ferry departed at 6.30 and it took us one hour to reach the mainland. We observed people around us for a while; most of them were foreigners and their exhausted faces and slow movements indicated that they had been partying till late the previous night. We didnīt expect to see anything else on Saturday morning. In Utila parties are thrown every single day but Fridays and Saturdays tend to be hardcore :) In the ...
... that's what you get for a $3 ticket for a one hour bus ride. Nevertheless, we safely arrived in Puerto Cortes only a few blocks away from our hotel.
We checked in and then decided to explore the city, which basically consists of a small central park, a plethora of fast food chains, and various stores. As we started to get hungry, we headed to the grocery store to pick up food for dinner. We walked around for at least 30 minutes where we were ...
... lots music, and dancing. Then I headed to La Ceiba for one night where I met a friend I had worked with on the island and partied with him at the ferria in La Ceiba.
I returned back to Utila for one more week which I worked very little on a project I was supposed to finish and had the opportunity to see sea turtles hatching. Left Honduras on Sunday and am now safely back in NY.
Thanks to all of you who followed and commented on my blog.
Hope to see and talk to everyone soon.
... got out too and we realized that he purposely flipped us but were half laughing at it and half in shock. We didnīt see our oars and the current was still pulling us but it was a calm part of the river and Ryan was behind us, smiling and collecting the oars and flipping the boat back over. We got to the side and collected ourselves to get back in, and of course I realized my elbow was bleeding. But I shrugged it off, it stung a bit but not too bad. Iīm sure with ...
... gritty with a large drunk population with numerous bars open 24 hours DURING THE WEEK. But it was just beautiful.
When the drunks finally realized that we werenīt giving them any money, it was quite relaxing. Plus we found a free fresh water spout coming out of the sand, which as you know, is clutch! ...