Plantation Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... has made things a little confusing but interesting. Trying to convince divers to continue on to the advanced course has also become a challenge of mine. The internship is almost over meaning crunch time is approaching. With the internship consisting of 25 certifications and I being on 24 I am within arms reach of finishing. (each student you certify in any course you receive of ...
... a partially flooded mask" and "mouth to pocket mask resus rescue" all on my first day. After waking up hours too early to rehearse my briefing, skills and debriefings I was ready to go. Meeting cookie at the shop and having a quick pre-game chat we headed over to utila dive centre with our bundles ready to strut our stuff. We started with our briefing's and although I was a little nervous my years of "talkin ****" finally came in handy and I managed to bluff my way to ...
... It was just bad. AND it was night in Honduras which is sketch so we asked to get a taxi to the ATM and the guy from the hostel got all defensive about how it is safe and we can walk and blah blah blah and I was like DUDE JUST LET ME TAKE A TAXI! So we finally did, went to the bank and then saw a Pizza Hut and ate there. then we went back to the hostel and went straight to bed (after watching some Spanish ...
... to the conclusion that my bike stunts are not good enough to impress the girls I decided to go full manly and get a spear and try hunting the notorious "lion fish". Lion fish are the devil of the ocean as they kill the coral and other fish and have no natural predators. After 2 dives with the spear in hand I have decided that it is not a skill sport but a luck sport - this conclusion was made when I didn't see any and the other lads caught 3... Back to the ...
... were so energetic that when they decided they were bored with our slow movements they started moving forward... Few tried to keep up but with the adrenaline kicking in about 3 of us went for gold and followed them for as long as we could. After about a 1km the dolphins dove deep and we ran out energy with all body parts hurting and our lungs searching for air as if we had just run a marathon. This was between our two dives meaning we were now expected to get back into the ...