Roatan's Dive And Yacht Club
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to sustain us. In the meantime, we had another driver, and three films on a tiny TV screen to entertain us. We also got to know our fellow passengers a little. Despite everything, this was by no means our worst bus journey, and we managed to snatch some occasional bits of sleep.
We were meant to arrive at 3pm, but arrived spot on 4pm when the ferry was due to leave. Luckily, it was another case of 'hurry up and wait' and we were told ...
... is Baleadas, a thick flour tortilla folded over filled with refried beans, cheese, eggs and a choice of other fillings e.g. avocado, chicken, pork etc. for about a dollar (L20). When we did not feel like cooking we lived of these. We fortified our diet with a daily pineapple or watermelon and some mangos. Roatan surpassed our expectations with long uncrowded beaches, great snorkelling, good diving all within our budget of not more than $20 per day. We left for La Ceiba ...
... fresh prince, Sean my Canadian rum buddy, Belgian Sarah aka 'irish in training' and Yumi, our quiet Japanese lady), my 3 Ninos provided much entertainment, and my 2 chicas provided much needed girl company after all day diving with the boys (I did the advanced course with the two English boys and the others did their beginners course). I showed them a thing or two about how the irish ...
... waters. At one point the crew brings up a young boy, probably around 10 years old, and has him take the wheel and "pilot" the ship. The look of complete delight and concentration on his face was wonderful. You just know that this is such a big deal for him. It was a very nice thing for them to do.
Wowee, zowee, here we are and the water is like glass - smooth and still. Yippee! As the crew passes out masks, fins and snorkels to the other ...
... from walking from the boat to the office which was about one hundred metres!! Thankfully the weather forecast for the next few days was sunshine. The following morning we were literally in paradise the sun was shining and it was just beautiful. Spent the afternoon learning the theory for my PADI open water course and the following day we got kitted up and went in the water. I am not going to lie I was pretty excited about the thought ...