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... underwater I think everyone had a good time. Water caye was also back this week and hit everyone harder than you can imagine. Although not all 80 people who signed up came, we had another awfully long day of drinking too much liquor in the water. Libby's birthday was one that virtually nobody remembered until photos and videos started surfacing... No man is safe on the tiny deserted island of water caye. It's now Tuesday and I start another open water course tomorrow !!! Wish me ...
... getting to know this Honduran man who spent most of his life in the US.
Rio Cangrejal is known on the backpacker circuit as one of the cheapest places to go white-water rafting in Central America. As we had not yet partaken in this exciting sport on this trip (Jenn had not been in 14 years and Paul had never been), we decided to make a quick stop before heading off to dive the Bay Islands. The lodge was situated right on the river with stunning views of the lush ...
I arrived via ferry on the island of Utila in Honduras at about 5pm. The boat ride itself was pretty interesting and a load of (61) Canadian school kids, who were there on a trip, starting vomiting about 10 minutes in. It was pretty choppy! When I got here I bumped into a load of people who I had met when I checked into my Dive School, Underwater Vision which was really cool. I booked my advanced diving (which started on Tuesday) before we went out to a bar called ...
... out it was pretty rocky. In La Cieba we grabbed a collectivo to a nearby hostel to enquire about white water rafting. With the "immense" (LP) scenery this is supposed to be the place for white water rafting, if not in central then all of Latin America. Unfortunately with no rainfall for a while the rapids are currently only grade III and IV which isn't worth it, so we will be bouncing out tomorrow.
Otherwise there isn't ...
... the town centre then we went down to the still-under-construction jetty and he told us about the towns plans for a promenade and restaurants along the sea front.
We walked down to the end of the jetty and watched some of the locals fishing for a while, they seemed to catch quite a bit! They platform they were fishing from was built on top of one of the supports from the old jetty ...
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