Laguna Beach Resort
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... them in Central America! After lunch we went round to Raphael's for our second lot of Spanish classes. Some bits were quite frustrating for the scientist in me as there didn't seem to be any logic behind the rules, it was one of those things you just had to accept! We covered a lot though, and I think Kelly and I are both making progress. This evening we had a dinner similar to the baleadas, ...
2 other girls came in and told us to move. ‘You won’t get any sleep. The bar
stays open until 5am’. Considering the bar was on our doorstep we thought we
should move. We ended up staying in an apartment where the 2 girls had also
Honduras is an odd country. On Utila when
you speak to the locals in Spanish they reply to you in English. Well, more Creole
than English. Creole is a Caribbean dialect which is a mix between ...
... Rather than concentrate on keeping the boat afloat, he was too busy trying to sell us some of his wares; including Mushrooms, Weed and Cocaine. It was not a particularly relaxing ride! We did eventually make it there in one piece though, which was a relief.
The island where the festival was being held was called ‘Water Cay’ – and it was stunning. You speicifically weren't allowed to take any cameras or camera phones on to the ...
... to Nicaragua.
In the afternoon Ali, Blair and I headed out with DM Adam to do our two free fun dives included with our course. We went to Ron's Hole dive site first and then to Airport Caves. Both dives were amazing and we saw loads of things; a huge grouper that we claimed was a baby whale shark, a giant green moray eel, two big lion fish, a string ray and loads of beautiful small fish. The airport caves dive site also had amazing rock formations that we could ...
This morning we went to the medical centre to get signed off to dive, and I met the owner of the island coffee shop, Rio Coco, in the waiting room. He started off as a nice man having a conversation with me about our trip and my job etc, but it quickly turned into a lesson about how I should find God and Jesus and my life would be more fulfilling... He asked me "what would you think if I said to you 'I am God'?" To which I was like "I'd probably think you ...