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... to the Cangrejal River. Letīs get a new adventure started!
You might be wondering how we managed to arrange the transport from the Muelle de Cabotaje port to the Jungle River Lodge. While staying in Utila we contacted three agencies running their lodges at the Cangrejal River and offering white water rafting:
- Jungle River Lodge: rafting for USD 40 per person; free transportation between La Ceiba and Cangrejal River; free private room ...
Utila is a tropical island, nestling in the Caribbean Sea and located approx. 30km from the Honduras mainland. The easiest (not the cheapest) way how to reach Utila is by boat departing from the port near La Ceiba – Muelle de Cabotaje. In order to get from Copan to La Ceiba we had to do the following:
- Copan -> San Pedro Sula: public bus, 4 hours, HNL 140 per person.
- San Pedro Sula -> La Ceiba: public bus (Diana Express), 3 hours, HNL 115 per ...
Today was spent travelling to Utila, the smallest of The Bay Islands. We are here for a week and have diving, snorkelling, horse riding and yoga on the agenda, as well as indulging in some of Utilas renowned nightlife! Apparently there are 3 famous lies of Utila:
1) I love you
2) I'm not drinking tonight
3) I'm leaving tomorrow
Everyone we have spoken to has said we will have an amazing time here, so we are all really looking forwards to a ...
... in the hostel before heading out to Rehab bar and Tranquillo. We met a guy in our hostel called Bob who was hilarious (and constantly drunk and high all day long), who when we suggested he put a shirt on to go out got all excited and told us he had the best shirt ever - five minutes later he returned in a shirt that was basically a huge Maccy D's fries packet fancy dress - it was hilarious! We are already in love with Utila after 1 day, and everyone says you will never leave, uh ...
... a trip to Disneyland. Then the swell got a little bigger. As I lift about a foot off the seat I realized it would have been a great idea for the boat builder to bolt the tabletops on. In his defense he did secure them at one end. About 15 minutes in and the alleged skipper mistimed his run and buried the port hull into an oncoming wave, the boat nearly stopped, the passengers got thrown about but worst of all the ominous hammering of the bilge pumps kicked in. I ...