Hotel Rainbow Village
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... putting on our gear it was sooo squishy and we were like elbowing each other in the face. It was also super choppy out and lots of people were feeling sea sick, including Anthony ( i took a gravol before because i was a smart cookie! anthony refused the meds and so i didnt even feel bad for him) Once we jumped in the water it was super hard to swim because of the massive waves and the current but we eventually went down ...
... trees and there we sat and talked. There was little news to tell, so much of the conversation was "how are you doing?", with an acknowledgment that Chabelo was in fact still a political prisoner and living with great risks. Juana appeared with the baby, little "Ismaelito" (Melo's actual name is Ismael) and the chicken was brought out. Chabelo returned to the prison canteen and returned with some plastic plates, cups and cutlery and a bottle of Coca Cola. And once again, reminiscent ...
This week started off beautifully as I dove my first wreck site not only in utila but ever... Throughout the 50 minute experience I became curious and naturally asked about the origin of how and where the ship had come from. Thoughts flooded my mind as I imagined the boat was sunken by pirates, attacked by killer whales or a booze cruise full of bikini models went wrong but sadly none were close. The truth behind the mystical beast was that 15 years ago the dive shops on Utila sunk it ...
... get the boat to utila causing us to get stuck in la ceiba for a night... Which then pushed out to two nights and a lot of movies. After 2 days of boredom we decided we couldn't take it anymore and began searching for cheap private boats that would take us across the gap regardless of the weather, after a lot of "it's too dangerous" we finally found someone willing to take us in the morning. At 8am 16 of us piled into a small uncomfortable boat that ...
... put on since they were using pounds instead of kilograms. I also noticed right away that the equipment wasn´t in the best shape.
At 7.30 we started heading towards our first dive site called “Light House Reef”. The boat dropped us off near the reef and continued a bit further where Betty, Max and their instructor jumped to the water. These guys were about to finish their advanced open water course and still had to go through a few mandatory skills (ship wreck ...