Deep Blue Resort Utila
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... It was simply gorgeous! We couldn´t have wished for a better welcome :)
As soon as we arrived in the Jungle River Lodge Ronald, a young Honduran guy working at the reception, showed us our room. We were also informed that our rafting trip was supposed to start at 9.00, meaning that we had approx. 40 minutes to have breakfast and get changed. Both of us were really hungry, so we ordered a typical breakfast even though it was quite pricey (USD 6 per ...
... accommodation, diving, tours, activities etc.), however, above all they are focused on diving packages. Some of them were even offering a free transfer to their hostel and a free first night! We could see that the competition was hard in Utila. Since we felt committed to someone by accepting free things we refused everyone´s offer and started to walk on our own.
We asked in many dive shops and all of them were offering free accommodation if you dive with them; the ...
... Casa Guatemala
and I were in Utila for a week and our first encounter of Honduran hospitality
was an epic fail of a welcome to the world’s most hostile hostel. Nobody cares
about you if you are not diving. You cannot even stay in the majority of
hostels if you do not dive. Rosa had previous completed her PADI and so she
arranged a few fun dives so we could stay there. I on the other hand had no
interest in diving.
After spending about 5 minutes ...
... the reef though which was amazing, and saw loads of parrot fish and amazing coral.
We went for dinner with a big group from the hostel, (annoying Alex, funny Bob, Dave and Charlie from London and an Israeli girl they knew) and were well entertained by Bob's stories and additions to other peoples stories (especially his seemingly extensive knowledge of ...
... goes off completely. I am told by the manager of the office that this is a weekly occurrence and the only thing is they don't know when it will happen morning or night and it is due to the infrastructure and costs of power supply and evidently it is a cost issue for the govt. It will last 5 hours he says. So here we are in a stinking hot and sweaty place with no power. We have our fruit breakfast and luckily the gas stove lets me boil water for coffee and we ...