Hotel Rainbow Village

Address: Col. El Confite, 1,5 Block from the Airport west, turn right, 1 Block north, turn right, 2nd Gate, La Ceiba, Honduras | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Col. El Confite, 1,5 Block from the Airport west, turn right, 1 Block north, turn right, 2nd Gate, La Ceiba.
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      Travel Blogs from La Ceiba

      Thrown in The Deep End!

      A travel blog entry by kate9miller on Oct 27, 2014

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      ... at the children's English books and based our lesson from there. The classes all speak very little English so we decided to teach them basic classroom commands, numbers and modes of transport. The first class Vicky and I taught went okay, they though out drawing of different modes of transport were hilarious! Rachel and I's next class went a bit more smoothly, and the kids really enjoyed the games ...

      Back to school in the Bay Islands, Honduras

      A travel blog entry by tony.purcell on Oct 11, 2014

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      ... it wouldn't be the nicest of places to visit anyway, it's ok, but so many nicer places with nice bars and restaurants and beaches. Then there was the whole "dive scene". They go around in packs talking about nothing but diving (sometimes it might as well be another language). It's all free dive this and he spent time in the tank, he got bent and how much psi had you left..? The instructors are like gods there (to some) and are so full of self importance. ...

      Hidden Corners of the World

      A travel blog entry by lynsey.nault on Mar 02, 2014

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      ... adult. She shared her stories of Trujillo and hitting rock bottom...and how she has built the school up from nothing to the success it is today. She has approx. 70 students by this point and her love for her students and her determination shows through whenever she talks about the experience. A true entrepreneur and an energetic sprite. I'm glad I've visited her now as she will likely be moving to Brazil in 3 months.

      Karlee showed up ...

      Honduran water torture part 2

      A travel blog entry by edwardrugg on Jan 31, 2014


      ... I remained calm but could see the only option was to bolt to the surface and breathe. As I surfaced and sucked in air I could see Mike, a Canadian guy had also done the same thing.

      After resting for a full five minutes on the surface I got all my equipment back on and returned to the sea bed. Let's start again! This time everything went much better, when we felt we were getting short breath we signalled to stop, rest and re-establish the rhythm.

      Day 68: Final Rescue Test

      A travel blog entry by holliem on Nov 10, 2013

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      ... me, he was talking to Andrew.

      At 12:30 Pierre and I started to put our gear together on the boat. We had been warned that sometimes the dive masters do different things to see how you will react. So I was on high alert, almost verging on paranoid. As rescue divers you tend to have a lot more responsibility. Every time a boat goes out it has to have 2 spare oxygen tanks, first aid kit and medical oxygen. It was up to Pierre and I to make sure everything ...