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... for the rich and famous. The CEO of the real estate group Century 21 has his house here and owns the property around, selling condos left right and centre. Shaggy stays here when he visits the island. Unfortunately it stuck me as an empty and soulless place. The mustang car looked good though! We arrived back at our Sea grape Hotel after dark, full of wonders seen along with information given and stories regaled by Cleve. To use his words "there ain't no tan like ...
... of my dive school. I had a really nice time drinking beers and rum while sailing around the Roatan waters. We returned at sunset and then I headed out on my own to a seafood restaurant called The Lighthouse for my last night of travelling before the long hike back to Cancun. I had Lionfish which was a first and it was delicious. A few beers later and an early night was next as I had to be up early for my flight to Belize City! Next update will probably be my last! ...
... less sleep on this trip than I do back in London. If we're not up super-early to see the sunrise over a ruin somewhere deep in the jungle then we're up early to catch a shuttle somewhere else, or in this case up at 6am to go diving. Yes it's a tough life, I know! I did two dives that day, both were good, only slightly hampered the number of people on the dive. It seems everyone these days owns a GoPro, so every time there's something worth seeing, everyone clusters around ...
... and Ali then found it hilarious trying to put the two halves of the egg she'll back together, and Yotam threw a handful of sand at us which was very funny in the very narked moment for all of us. We continued the dive and swam all around the reef before returning to the boat where Yotam said it was almost the most narked he'd ever been and we were all still laughing at how silly it all felt under the water.
For our second dive we had to use a compass and count ...
... and Gilligan was driving the boat. I'm sure he thought the best plan was to go as fast as he could and get the trip over and done with, not the best plan. The fist 10 minutes were fine, we were yet to pass the Le Ceiba breakwater, once we made it into clear water for the 12km trip the fun really started. The first few bumps were OK, a little bit of air off the top of a wave, that strange feeling you get in you stomach as you experience a little weightlessness, ...