Hotel Rainbow Village
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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The last dives in Utila were also the best. One thing I haven't mentioned so far is a big advantage of diving here is we are the only ones at any site. There is no overcrowding/avoiding other divers as is common in places like Thailand. I've also setled on a suitable weight on my belt: 10lbs. The last couple of days I have been experimenting starting with a collosal 14lbs. That meant having to adjust the air in BCD a lot, and ...
... making the course length completely up to you. I also accidentally did my longest "dive" which was 79 minutes of confined water skills practice - I can now easily confirm that no matter what you are wearing or what temp water you are diving in you will be freezing after 79 minutes under water. A huge weekend and following week is to come with a birthday party, Dive-master graduation (anything but clothes theme) & drinking Olympics on Tuesday for St Pattys day - so stay tuned legends ...
... they'll be s******ing about you later if you took a while to get something, I'm like ya mate-I can be a "master" in your job in 2 months...give mine a go! We met some pretty cool people there though and had a great celebration on our last night, I can imagine during the peak season the bars are rammers, as they were still drawing a crowd during the quiet low season. We had a great time and we're happy to move onwards. We spent two nights in sleepy ...
... Rather than concentrate on keeping the boat afloat, he was too busy trying to sell us some of his wares; including Mushrooms, Weed and Cocaine. It was not a particularly relaxing ride! We did eventually make it there in one piece though, which was a relief.
The island where the festival was being held was called ‘Water Cay’ – and it was stunning. You speicifically weren't allowed to take any cameras or camera phones on to the ...
We boarded a Hedman Alas bus to make the trip from Guatemala City to La Ceiba, Honduras. We had initially decided to take the cheapest bus option but changed our plan as we heard how dangerous the chicken buses (the local transport which consists of old school buses that have been brought from the US and repainted in an array of designs) were in Guatemala City. The Hedman Alas buses were basically big ...