Hotel El Estadio
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I would avoid staying in La Ceiba, if at all possible. The place was kind of creepy and very cramped.
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For breakfast we had fresh fruit, yogurt made on-site, and Honduran coffee. Claudia suffered a small stomach upheaval but recovered like a champ and we went to meet our raft guide and pick up equipment. Our guide, Chris, was a Kiwi from New Zealand with a good sense of humor. He recently came from a stint guiding whitewater in California. We rafted …
... including the dive masters and dive guides were wearing a wetsuit if not two and thought that we were crazy. What can be said about the reef in Utila, it is beautiful, with loads of colourful coral, corals walls and tunnels however not as abundant with life as we would have expected. However, after 6 dives each we can safely say that we still thoroughly enjoyed the diving and are hanging for the next place on our adventures to compare it to. Overall though, I would ...
I thought I had better add another entry before people began wondering what had happened to me. The gap between entries has not been my fault, the infuriatingly useless internet and me being ill have meant that getting online to upload something has been impossible!I managed to get food poisoning which knocked me for six for a couple of days and then just as I began to feel like rejoining the living I caught a cold and ...
On November 15 I posted about my first encounter with José Isabel ¨Chabelo ¨Morales. Today we returned to the Prison El Porvenir de La Ceiba, Atlántida, a short distance west of the city of La Ceiba. It was a bit more than a 2 1/2 hour drive, and I was asked by Melo to drive fairly early in the trip as he had been up since 4 am, his usual start time. It was a pleasant drive, with lush green mountains to the right (south), as we drove through huge plantations of ...
... it was finally time to board the bus. I didn't think I was that tired, but clearly burning the candle at both ends, diving all day & out every night over the last 2 weeks had taken its toll. I was asleep for the majority of the first 3 hours, I woke with another passenger next to me at what seemed to be our lunch break, I got some pizza and snacks, then boarded the bus again. The next hour was quite interesting as the scenery was quite familiar, being the 4 th time I had done ...