Deep Blue Resort Utila
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... around for afew seconds Sarah decided to adjust the positioning which led to us both losing balance and my face eventually saving us from the concrete... I don't remember a lot but apparently both of us were passed out for a good amount of time and then stumbled back to the shop to get repaired. Even though it was 100% Sarah's fault she came out unharmed only receiving a small small blood blister... This is the last time ...
... a drink. I'm not going to sit here and act like the attention wasn't wonderful... Chicks if you're reading this - you can wolf whistle me anytime. Sunday was the lion fish derby, the day was off to a wicked start as everyone (including myself) turned up at 6am to start preparing the boat with glitter, eye liner and the occasional pig tail still very prominent. An unspoken agreement was instantly in play as we all decided to not make tooooo many comments about the fact we ...
... 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.
... The reef which was one of the causes of the ship wrecks, was the reason the ship's were still here lying and decaying just off the shore of Roatan. As the ships were resting on the coral reef it was feared that the removal of the ship remains would damage the delicate structure of the reef much more than leaving them there to rust into oblivion. So the islanders left the ship's to protect the reefs that protected them.
As our stay in the island would not be ...
... 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 ...