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Travel Blogs from La Ceiba
... to wait for a bus on the side of the highway to take them back to the community of Guadalupe Carney. Melo asked me to drive as he was exhausted, I was feeliing good and had many things to think about. About 1/2 hour before El Progreso Melo took over. Fortunately as we drove through a number of police and military highway controls, I was never pulled over. Each time I wondered how they would view my B.C. drivers license. I 'm glad I didn't have to find out.
On arrival at the next sight Susanne gave a briefing before we all kitted up and entered the water. It was still slightly cold and I actually felt some goosebumps appear. All I could think is what are these things? They are so unfamiliar since I have been sweating buckets in the sweltering heat for the past 10 weeks with not a goosebumps in sight. But I do tend to get cold during the surface intervals so it was nice to jump back in the water. ...
... with Jason, who has been diving for almost a decade, and Hayley, an English girl we met at the hostel, as we set off on my first non-training dive into the warm waters of the Caribbean Sea. It was an experience unlike any other. I was doing flips, swimming like a merman, and enjoying the weightless tranquility of diving. In the end, one week of training was more than worth the hour spent underwater for my first dive.
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... changing onto the correct side when cars were passing, it was raining and wet and I was really not comfortable with the whole situation. The bus was also continually slamming on the breaks, and I could hear motorbikes roaring around us. Part of me wondered if maybe we were going to be robbed. Then I saw the red & white flags, I stood up and noticed we were following this huge procession of people with red and white flags, some walking, riding ...
... up with Marcel there so we headed back down to UDC and snorkeled around the shallow area with me gopro; I saw pipe fish, and some very scary sea urchins. Those are vicious looking things! Had dinner with Karen and others - veggie balleadas with chocolate cake, then back to the inn again. Sat by the pool with Andrew and shared a bottle of wine while talking psychology, life the universe and everything. Nice ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet