Las Sirenas Hotel & Condos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
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... 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 ...
This morning we woke up to glorious sunshine!! We were all so glad the forecast was wrong! Vicky and I were both out sunbathing by 8am, determined to make the most of the good weather.
After breakfast, the four of us hired some rather dodgy bikes and set off for a tour around the island. Annoyingly, the seat on my bike kept tilting right back so I couldn't really sit on it and Vicky's bike ...
... has less theory and more practical training. Over three days we completed 5 dives, a deep dive , a wreck dive, navigation, buoyancy awareness and night dive. I enjoyed all the dives but the wreck and night dives were the highlights. Once the Open water course was complete I was free to use my GoPro camera and I collected some good shots and footage, having the camera underwater does prove a distraction and I found I used my air much more quickly.
After I finished ...
... water. The ride took about 1.5 hours and we arrived at dusk just as the last bit of daylight was disappearing so we did not get a chance to see the island much. The drive to our hotel was about 40 minutes from the ferry terminal with a stop at a grocery store on the way to replenish our supplies. We have a fridge in our room so we bought breakfast food for the morning. Once checked in to the hotel I went for a quick swim in the in the ocean at the beach across ...
... speak to me again!" and Rob and Terry wanted to know more about this, so I explained, and Terry said, "Oh, you're like that Snickers commercial", and the nickname "Snickers" was born. Then, we had to pile back in the van, and drive another hour and a half to the airport in Belize City. When we got fairly close, we had to get gas, and Amanda had to pee (she gets pangry - angry when she has to pee) and it was a 9-1-1, so they let ...