Las Sirenas Hotel & Condos
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... with another 100th dive and various other 100s. Wearing just my funky trunks I entered the water and undressed as the others entered with torches pointing everywhere. The rest of the crew slowly undressed and completely naked we flailed inappropriately to get the bioluminescence light up us around us and began watch the reef wake up. As time passed and the sun started to rise the ability to see peoples junk became a lot more obvious and.... It was uhhhh a cold ...
... opened up her home to kinders and older students who do not have uniforms. School started Feb. 1 and students have til the end of March to get a uniform. After that, no uniform, no school! Prior to that week, students sat on cement bags while the teacher taught from a book. The photo shows our Saturday morning revisit of that.
Then the trip to the soccer field in Oak Ridge to deliver some balls, was special. The outcome for all the fund raising, ...
... when we were done. So much fun though, and we were glad it was overcast then--if it had been a sunny day, it would have been uncomfortably warm.
After a quick shower, it was time for dinner. We had the same waitress that we'd had the night before, Zanne from South Africa. She was a lot of fun and it was Italian night, so they were all dressed up like Gondoliers.
We took in the Princess Theater act and then called it a ...
... with us. The 6 of us, Yotam and Sam headed out on the boat to do our Peak Performance Buoyancy and Wreck dives.
We started with the wreck dive which was amazing! There is a huge cargo ship at 30m off the coast of Utila that the dive shops clubbed together, bought and sank 10 years ago for diving purposes. We descended and swam all around the boat first, seeing the captains cabin and the full size of the ship, before swimming into the cargo area ...
... Honduras, so it is a very popular dive site. For what they lack in civil infrastructure, they make up for in dive shops.
I did a lot of research on safety precautions. Robberies of tourists are somewhat common, but rarely violent. No jewelry or purses. Everything was mostly pre-paid and the little cash we had was in my sock. The cruise line owns the port and has created a safe beachfront park for the passengers called Mahogany Bay. ...