Travel Blogs from West Bay
Well, what can I say? This place is the most beautiful place I have visited!
... decent, clean, ceiling fans, insect screens on windows and most importantly a balcony that backed onto a little estary with a table, chairs and a HAMMOCK. Si, a hammock to lay and watch the world go by. Luxury! Our group dinner the first night was a mexican restaurant, cant remember the name but best chicken nachos ive had on trip so far.
The next day most of the group did a snorkling tour, while I was very keen I was also keen to have a vege ...
... as did the Imperial beer I had. I'm on a mission to try all Honduran beers while on this trip. So far I've had Salva Vida and Imperial. 2 down, not sure how many more to go...
I'm not sure how or why but Bellie managed to get a time out and she asked if she could do her time on the beach. We think she just wanted an excuse to get out of the water and raid our snacks because as soon as she ...
... on a sea urchin. Day 62 So we spent the first three hours of the day trying to pull sea urchin spines out of Michaels foot. I felt so sorry for him he was in so much pain, I don't know how he managed it! Between mark and I we pulled seven spikes out but there was four more stuck deep in that we couldn't get and Michael was really struggling when we tried so we gave up. We ended up finding a guy who is a medic of some sort ...
... but after a while I found myself wanting to nod off! lol.
We had another interesting taxi ride home! This time a tree had fallen across the road. So with help of another taxi we had push/drag this tree trunk out of the road. Terry the South African managed to lose one of his shoes. He some how fell in the ditch at the side of road. Was pretty amusing as the ditch was quite steep but to look at the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet