Deep Blue Resort Utila

Utila, Bay Islands, Honduras | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Utila

    Utila: Diving, Drinking and Dancing

    A travel blog entry by mattmantle on Aug 04, 2014

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    ... 8217; would meet us when we got off at the other end of the ferry on Utila. She put us in a couple of tuk-tuks and took us to her place. It was seriously hectic. As well as them being a dive school & hostel, they were also the organisers of Sunjam. There was 1 dorm bed left in the entire place, and I was told to secure it I had to book some sort of diving too. So on the spot I signed up to do 2 beginners dives on Monday at midday. The thought of ...

    Diving the Bay Islands

    A travel blog entry by mdobsonca on May 22, 2014

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    ... quick buoyancy calculations, what would be better my backpack with some air trapped inside or the chubby kid at the next table. If we were going down, I have some bad news for the kid. The crew raced to one of the hatches to below deck, unceremoniously pushing 3 Spanish girls, one of which was the most terrified person the boat, out of the way. The hatch was removed and to the relief of everyone but most obviously the crew there was only a little water in the ...

    Where Sleeping Dogs Lie

    A travel blog entry by peteindira on Apr 15, 2014

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    ... like a big night and we push off into the still waters of the lagoon. We make our way out of the lagoon, under the only bridge on the island and out into the open sea.

    Back at the dive shop, the full crew of divers and staff board, we load up the gear and head out for the north side of the island. On today's dives I guide a single advanced open water diver. First we jump off of the great wall on the north side, ...

    Learning to Dive on an ex-Pirate island

    A travel blog entry by deni367 on Feb 24, 2014

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    ... our first night. We went to a few bars and met plenty of people, but we forgot the number one rule of drinking heavily in a hot place... water... so our hangovers the next day came in with a vengeance and our second day was pretty much lost on sleeping, sunbathing and indulging in any food that might make us feel a little bit better about our state.

    The first day of diving was filled with swimming drills, learning the gear ...

    Honduran water torture part 2

    A travel blog entry by edwardrugg on Jan 31, 2014

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    ... muscles began to burn I began to slow down. When you are wearing a wetsuit and a buoyancy control jacket that is inflated to keep you from sinking everything begins to feel like it's constricting around your chest making the breathing even more difficult. The last 15 metres where awful, the jetty that marked the end of the swim just didn't seem to be getting any closer. But to my surprise I got 4 marks out of 5 and then held onto the side whilst fighting to get my breath ...