Deep Blue Resort Utila
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... allows you to gain almost perfect buoyancy. With a somewhat tedious set up section as we were taught how to adjust the harness and learn the functions of everything I was ready to enter the water and try a brand new way of diving. As a newly certified instructor I was full of confidence that I should never have adopted for side mount. My first side mount dive was all to similar to my fist ever open water dive. Everything was strange and my movements were ...
... to assist my first course, a group of 10 first time open water students were lucky enough to have me around to push them in the water, shoot bubble rings at them and occasionally act professional and tell them they are doing something wrong. It was funny to watch everyone's reactions to breathing under water and the struggle everyone has staying at a normal buoyancy as it feels like I did my course so long ago. I also managed to ...
... 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.
... 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 ...
... have the tubes for snorkeling, just the mask which made the activity a lot more tiring, but we went anyways. The visibility was very bad and we didnīt manage to spot any fish there. The only thing we saw were a lot of floating plastic bags.
Since there was not much to see we started to head back. Unfortunately when I was about to get out of the water I had to go through a part where the waves were breaking. Suddenly I overlooked one which took me and smacked me against ...