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A few people say that they don’t like to take photos as they prefer to be in the moment and enjoying it. Whilst largely against that philosophy (I have a very good future rant to come), diving is kind of one of those places where everything is like a complete different world, and I’m just content at admiring the scenery. So imagine my annoyance as every time I’m swimming around coral, I get a Go Pro on a stick shoved in front of my face, whilst ...
... the exportation of palm oil). Melo took over driving shortly before we saw the sign for the prison turnoff. Then we continued along the 4 km dirt road in the middle of a pineapple plantation owned by Dole Fruits. At some point the fruit is covered with a dark mesh which helps attract the heat - not that there is any lack of heat. We also saw a huge tractor spraying pesticide on the fruit - something to think about the next time you see those delicious pineapples in ...
... due to my unfortunate passport debarkle. I arrived in San Pedro Sula around 1:30pm, I caught the first taxi I could find straight to the airport, even though my flight wasn't until 5:48pm. I didn't have anywhere else to go. The taxi driver informed me I couldn't take in my drinks or snacks, so I gladly donated them to him. I made my way through check in, security & immigration without any issues. I browsed through the duty free shops, before finding my gate and sitting down. ...
... then i dropped my laundry off and did some shopping before heading back to the Dive Shop. It was so hot here, it is amazing that I am not that far away from the mountains in Honduras but the temperature is drastically different. We spent the next 3 hours watching 3 DVD's and answering questions. Fun fun! Some of the stuff I found interesting as I hadn't thought about diving that way, and it was definitely a good refresher on my gas laws. After the videos were finished Martan ...
... it. I was like great another guy wanting to steal my iPad. Nope he wasn't after my iPad he was after me, turns out the conversation continued onto whether I had a boyfriend, whether I wanted a companion. I wasn't sure if companion meant friend to keep me company for which I then had to pay, or boyfriend and a more physical sense, either way it was a No Gracias, Mi novio en Australia, for which then asked if I wanted one in Santa Rosa. I replied one was enough for me. He then ...
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