Roatan's Dive And Yacht Club
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... We were a group of 4, plus our dive master. We were underwater for approx. 42 minutes and I didnīt notice any problems at all. I felt actually very confident. The visibility was pretty bad because it had been raining a lot. Unluckily we didnīt spot much marine life, only a few tiny fish. It was purely about the coral; some structures were particularly impressive.
For our second dive we were taken to another site called “Moon Hole”. Although the first ...
... for the club. Apparently this is the number one club right now on the island. Everyone was raving about it. It was definitely very modern and had a totally different look to it. I was a little surprised. There were food stations set out all over the place where you could get anywhere from local food, to Chinese, sushi, buffet, Peruvian, burgers, etc. It was very diverse and CHEAP! I ordered a "Lomito" burger and fries for $5. WIN! My kind of party.
Later we headed to the ...
... a trip, or going to the beach every Sunday and going night swimming every full moon jumping from the 2nd level of a wooden dock into the black ocean...or having our respectable elders wear fake moustaches to demand our obedience in the bus on the way to an assembly in El Progreso. It really warms my heart to know that no matter how weird I feel sometimes, I will always be at home here :-D
Ok, that is it for now, don't trip on the elephant on the way out!!!!
... how much something costs. Then we walked over to the place Sarah's staying at. It's a beachfront house! She has an extra bed! We went out to the porch, and the ocean was just glittering. I just grabbed one of the hammocks and lay back-- ah! This is it! This is the moment I've been waiting for! While I was soaking up this glorious moment, a local friend of Sarah and other volunteers' came by with bags full of avocados, tomatoes, bananas, and limes. ...
... were going in the other direction. Really nice guy. He works for a tour company and took us for a around. We went to conex? Which was a local city and got some history at the same time. We went up to one of the highest points that overlooked the airport and the towns. What a great view. It was very breezy and felt good. We continued to Sandy bay and the side that has more vegetation. Beautiful. We stopped at the horse riding place met the owner and make ...