CoCo View Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... gone wrong with our order as the staff kept apologising, and it arrived 50 minutes late. After a long, long day, this was not what we needed. Food knocked us out and we went back to the hostel for a long sleep.
Utila is one of the Bay Islands of Honduras. It is a 'backpackers paradise', combining diving, snorkelling, beach time, island life, with drinking, drinking and some more drinking. It was the most backpacker orientated place ...
... prettiest and most historic settlements in Honduras", we found it an uninteresting little town, only nice around the main square. I thought that if this is the prettiest in Honduras there was not too much to look forward to. The hiking in Celaque National Park close to town looked good, but we decided the taxi ride out there was too expensive and moved on to Copan Ruins.
COPAN RUINAS: The beautiful little town Copan Ruinas was definitely one of my favourite ...
... relaxed under water instead of reminding myself to breathe all the time! My natural instinct was always to hold my breath under water! We have been officially registered with PADI as well which is good as some of what we did can cross credit to part of the certification depending on where you do it through.
Dont have a lot of photos for this post, but may be able to edit it later when we get the other footage.
... stopped at a small village called Strong Tall Community to visit a cultural center where we watched native Garifuna musicians and dancers. The costumes that some of the men wore were pretty scary – intentionally so as they were dressed as warriors and the idea is to scare the enemy while hiding one’s identity. Their dance depicted the violence and their hatred of the slave traders. We also got to see how casaba ...
... you don’t recognize the name, Second City is a theater in Chicago that has been the starting point for so many famous comedians for the last 50 years. They did bunch of skits and some improvisations with the audience. They will be doing two more smaller shows in the next couple of days and we hope to see them again. Early to bed tonight because we have an early excursion tomorrow. We will be landing in Costa Maya, Mexico and are going to visit some Mayan ...