Dive In Caribik

Address: Bay Islands, Honduras | Hotel
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      Sitting on the dock of the Bay Islands

      A travel blog entry by beardandblonde on Oct 06, 2014

      59 photos

      ... was Rubi's, a understated, peaceful little place run by Tony and Rosa Rubi; a warmer, more inviting couple in Honduras you'll be at a push to find. Their hostel's private dock provided easy access to the refreshing Caribbean waters, heaven. Each morning, 'Rubi's' becomes a playground for cross-eyed cats who passed the time of day by playfully chasing timid crabs, as the baking sun makes it's daily trudge across the vacant, blue sky. Chatting with Tony, a bloke whose ...

      Incredible diving, ruins, breweries and birds

      A travel blog entry by thomasworldtour on Jul 12, 2014

      1 comment, 51 photos

      Amazingly our arrival in Honduras was the first transport "fail" of the trip as we didn't make it all the way to Copan as we had hoped. We ended up stuck in a border town and after an hour of being told by increasingly drunk people in the bus office that a bus was going/wasn't going/was going we gave up and found a hotel and consoled ourselves with take away fried chicken, beers and a film on the TV!

      Happily we resumed our journey the next day and having planned to arrive ...

      Cowboy Getups & Latino Lycra

      A travel blog entry by solokiwiabroad on May 29, 2013

      13 photos

      Awake early for a 4am shuttle to Copan in Honduras was narrowly made as I'd set my alarm for 3pm...thank you body clock for rousing me at 3.15am anyhow - just enough time to cook eggs for my on the road breakfast bun.

      An easy breezy border crossing - the Guatemaltecs didn't even try to charge me the "service fee". Exiting the country and walking into Honduras, Quetzales changed into Limpira = check and back into the shuttle (thanks Jose, ...


      A travel blog entry by kfrison on Aug 01, 2012

      1 comment, 8 photos

      Wednesday, August 1, 2012

      Early up to watch the ship come into port. Quite a sight to watch them back into a small channel and dock the boat. Got Steven up around 7 to get a little breakfast before being able to get off the ship at around 7:30. Had to walk a little ways to meet our activity people. Today is ziplining and scuba. We rode a small bus and were ...

      I Have Lived in Honduras for 6 Months

      A travel blog entry by afulllife on Jul 23, 2012

      I can’t imagine a time in my life when I would have thought I’d be saying those words, but it’s true. My time as an English teacher in Honduras is half way through. And although I’m excited to see friends and family (aka all of you!) and go to sleep at night without the fear of waking up
      to find a tarantula or fist sized moth, I’m a bit sad too. Over the past few ...