Deep Blue Resort Utila
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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 ...
... should have to try again. Our watery, chocolatey banana'ery disaster was left almost completely untouched and we hung our heads in shame before starting the thinking process once more for next week - this meal may or may not have bumped me a few spots on the status board. Alright so it's 12:00am and I just realised I left all washing and linen at the laundry mat... Meaning I now have to sleep with nothing. Il probably have 4 different diseases in the morning so wish me luck ...
... a couple of cool lobsters and a moray eel. Yesterday I saw a cool sea horse. The second dive was also nice, but there were more spaces of sand between the decent stuff.
The afternoon also followed a similar pattern as yesterday, though less constructive. Ideas for Mexico haven't been formulated. The evening was also another early night. Rock and roll.
... to hold approximately 50 people and had an opened area that provided space for the Garifuna dancers. On one edge of the hut was an area set up for the musical members of the show. The music and dance of the Garifunia was a mixture of African culture with a bit of Caribbean thrown in so that the final show was uniquely Garifuna.
After the show we followed a short path that passed an area to purchase drinks, then on to a display area that was a hut with ...
... and Brahma were my favourites.
Argentinian beers however are incredible. They have a decent range of craft beer and their mainstream beers are really tasty. Quilmes is great and it's 1890 range is my favourite so far. Special mention to Antares bar in San Telmo which serves up 8 craft beers at a time (of which I managed to try 2 the blonde and red beers - both delicious) and the brass vats ...