Laguna Beach Resort
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... drink and ride. The biggest thing I learnt this week is that my time in utila is over... I had a good run but it's time to take my party shirts elsewhere and let some other lucky travellers bask in their colourful goodness. Leaving on Monday after 5.5 months of utila work and play is going to be tough but meeting some amigos in Nicaragua for a change in scenery will be very enjoyable. My last Thursday out, let's get sloppy ...
... going hunting with spears whilst wearing makeup... I'm surprised the lion fish didn't hunt us after seeing our eyes and glitter. Apparently the hunt is a lot more vicious than I first anticipated, dropping to 30m below as fast as we could we were instantly in a blood bath with lion fish everywhere and everyone attacking. Names will not be named but Inter-dive shop fish stealing was definitely apparent. Unfortunately my make shift spear couldn't handle the heat and after ...
The 6:45am start was most unwelcome but we geared up and were heading around the island by 7:30. The views are nice. Both of the pretty island and the smaller ones that dot the southern type. There is a certain San Blas quality to them. There were 6 of us diving in the advanced group. I was paired with Robin who is competent. The dive itself was average. Some good coral and plant life but a distinct lack of fish. I ...
... we were all too soon back on shore and aboard our small buses that would now take us across the island to the community of Punta Gorda. This small town on the north coast of the Island was the home of the Garifuna.
But before we could arrive at Punta Gorda, we had an unexpected episode to our adventure. Our journey across the island was along a narrow asphalt road that was just wide enough for two vehicles to pass without going off the edge of the road. As ...
... behind the bar. If you are ever in Buenos Aires visit this bar! It is right next door to El Primo which is a great traditional Parilla (steakhouse).
Peru introduced me to Cusquena and I loved this so much I was uninterested in drinking anything else. Why is this not available everywhere in the world? It als
Costa Rica - not great beer. Imperial seems to be the only option in almost all ...