Las Sirenas Hotel & Condos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- 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 ...
... us on another walk down an unexplored dirt road to try and see the site for proposed Pirates Cove development. He is always checking out housing..all sorts of possibilities for renting another time and to see what owners build. That day's trip was cut short. In the trees at the bottom of the hill, the local zipline experience ends. When the tourists and staff walked out to get in their truck and head back up the hill, we were warned .." This is not a safe ...
... 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 ...
... by one swimming underneath the train of open legs. This all went well until Ali's go when she hit poor Rambo straight in the balls with her dive tank - ouch! After we'd done all the skills we swam around for the rest of the dive looking at the coral and fish before returning to the boat.
We had a couple of hours on land, enough time to order our wings for Wings Night at the hostel mmmm, before heading back out to do our Night Dive. We got in ...
... put with the captain in case rowing proved to difficult, which I'm happy to say it didn't. There was the 3 of us, plus a 22 year old captain and 16 year old first mate. We kayaked through the mangroves out to the snorkel site. I really enjoyed hearing the captains take on life in Honduras. He's enlisted in the Honduran Marines and begins his raining I a few months. Seems like a scary prospect and he says the danger is worth it because he ...