Henry Morgan Resort
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHenry Morgan Resort West Bay
food not so great....
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... was very welcomed after the two dives! The boat back to Utila from the cay was rough, we were pleased to make it back to Parrots.
When we arrived, after dealing with our kit, we took a snorkel off the dock at the back of Parrots. We'd been told there were seahorses and we saw two! They were hanging around the base of the pier struts. The first was red and quite visible, the second was much better camouflaged. We hung around them for a ...
... 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 ...
... island. It was aimed more at expats and experienced divers. One of the other divers had had over 400 logged. However despite that the dives were good and I saw turtles, sting rays, lionfish, lobster, giant crabs and a whole host of others! After the dives I met a group of people and we had some drinks in a beach bar called Sundowners then walked along the beach and had some food before bed. A really nice evening. The following day I ran to another part of ...
... called Garifunia. They proved to be formidable fighters and fought the Colonial British Army for many years, before finally being forced to surrender and live under British Colonial Rule. The British referred to the Garifunia as the Black Caribs.
In 1797, the English forcibly removed some 5,000 "Black Caribs" (a mixture of Africans and Carib and Arawak Indians) from the windward island of St. Vincent and relocated them to Roatan. The number of Garifunia ...
My skull is pounding (from all the pressure changes lately – nose bleeds after both dives) but today's dives were awesome as usual. Not as usual: EAGLE RAYS!! We saw a lot of manta rays and eagle rays and I can’t begin to relay how majestic they were. It was actually on a 'wreck’ dive that we saw the first one as it glided past us slowly. It was HUGE. We all just stopped and watched in awe. We saw more later, and two together ‘flying’ next to each other. At ...