Deep Blue Resort Utila
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... everywhere from head to toe we were ready to celebrate. After a barge of trivia questions aimed at the 3 graduates "Vera oli and I" with punishments in the form of a concoction made from multiple different liqueurs and a variety of different condiments not meant for drinking (chili flakes) we started our sexy skill dance which is when we perform a skill learnt from the dive master course but make it as sexy as possible, our skill ...
... 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.
... places we went and I found it very average. I tried a Kaiser which is one of the worst beers I have ever tasted so Imperial it was.
Nicaragua - Tona is amazing! I don't know why but I love it.
Honduras - Salva Vida seems to be the only local beer available here and it's not great but there are a lot of of export beers from Holland etc. I will keep looking for more interesting local ...
... any boxes on the medical form you had to have a doctors signature to dive, something Yotam insisted he'd told us, but none of the group remembered hearing... As I'd ticked hayfever and allergies and Ali had ticked Asthma we were both left on the VERY rocky boat with captain Hoover for the afternoon whilst the others did their two dives. We went off for a ...
... get some food and coffee and wait for the transfer via first class bus to La Ceiba. Whilst waiting we met a young girl solo traveller from Newcastle Australia. She and us were the only non locals travelling so we chatted and compared travel notes. She was travelling for about 18 months and was travelling to the Honduran island Utiltla to do a dive course in the famous Caribbean Islands off the coast of La ceiba. Funny thing is that is where 95% of travellers ...