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... br> some local words with a strong accent which sounds a little Jamaican. If you
ever get spoken to in Creole, all I can say is good luck in your understanding.
It is impossible to understand. At times it just sounds like noises, not words.
In all honesty, I can’t say Utila has too much
going for it. There are two beaches, one on either side of the island, and a
few places you can take a quad bike and explore. Apart from that I can’t ...
... and be surrounded by coral and rocks. They were two brilliant dives to end on!
We had a nap after the dives and chilled out for a while and then went over to Blair's, where he cooked a yummy curry for me, Ali, DMT Ali, and Freesia. We all had drinks with dinner, and Blair entertained us all by demonstrating a game he'd played earlier in his travels - 'the pants game' - where you have to take your shorts/trousers down to your ankles and theme get them back on without ...
... Although he was interesting, after the a hundredth 'Jesus showed me/taught us...' I was very happy to hear my name called! Luckily we both passed the medical and headed back to the dive shop to head out for our afternoon dive. We would do our dives today with Rambo and Alex who were on the second day of their AOW, and also an Aussie called Blair who we were pretty good friends with by now, and an English guy called Dizzy who were both starting ...
... br> Gilligan decided that discretion was the better part of valor and slowed us down a little. The rest of the trip was bouncy but uneventful. We arrived on Utila and I headed to the Pirate Bay hostel, home of Captain Morgan’s dive school. As it turns out the three Spanish girls were also headed to the pirate bay. I asked the terrified girl how she was (como estas) and all she had to say was fue muy horible (I’m sure you can figure that out for ...
... in order to have the cash to do the dive course, although was hardly discreet hanging round the hostel with ebay open until they eventually they dropped the price to $260 – apparently the cheapest anyone’s ever got it there (not bad seeing as Utila is pretty much the cheapest place to do it in the world anyway).
I actually wanted to do the course at a different company to the one I ended up doing it with, as it generally seemed a nicer atmosphere and ...