Hotel Rainbow Village
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Outdoor pool
- Microwave in room
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... but all still had a very young 5yr old sense of humour and knowledge base.... That's what we became. Becoming a nitrox student and diver means you can dive on specialised tanks filled with specialised percentages of gasses. Using nitrox allows you to be able to dive at a depth for a longer period of time. Your dive is not extended however your bottom time increases a good amount of time. With the extra time at depth we decided to combine a couple of things ...
... 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 ...
... of beers, rum and ice and spent the day chilling in knee deep crystal blue water and snorkelling in the reef. Really great day with them all and a lot of laughter. We headed back about five hours later and drove past another Cay where is only one house on it. Apparently its sleeps 8, as power, AC, a fridge etc and it can be rented for $250 a night! So per person, that is nothing! When I got back, I packed and got ready for my flight to Roatan next day! Next update from there! ...
... 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 ...
... After arriving in La Ceiba we ran into a lot of taxis offering to give us a ride to the port. They were normally charging HNL 100 but one of them finally took us for HNL 80. When we reached the ferry terminal we had to pay the super expensive ticket to Utila which was HNL 541.5 for one way per person! We departed at 16.30 and arrived in Utila one hour later.
As soon as we got out of the ferry terminal of Utila we were surrounded by many people offering different ...