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... music. Plus, the terrace overlooks the Cangrejal River and offers a stunning view of the Pico Bonito National Park that stretches on the other side of the river. Unfortunately the food is quite bad, or at least we found it less than average taking into account the price (breakfast – USD 6, lunch – USD 4, dinner – USD 8). What I also liked was the fact that the lodge was animal friendly keeping a lazy cat, a cuddly Rottweiler and a speaking, flirty scarlet macaw ...
... had a few beers (each for HNL 30) and I had even one drink (HNL 35). Rum is very cheap on the island so most of the times itīs better just to get a mixed drink. We also tried a typical Garifuna drink, Gifiti, which was on the house. Regarding the food we just had some fries as a snack since the prices of meals were a little bit high.
Day 1: November 18, 2014
We woke up late without the alarm clock and had a very relaxing and easy day. Tez was writing for most ...
... 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 ...
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 ...
... at the island time speed of life. The days are filled with boat trips, diving, snorkeling and lots of sun.
I expect to be here into early May, while Indira is planning on heading to Vancouver soon, to spend a few weeks with friends and family before we meet up again for some road tripping. For now though, driving is a foreign concept as we laze our days away in the sun, chase whale sharks and play in the sea..