Roatan's Dive And Yacht Club
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... 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 ...
... copied, haha. I was really enjoying it which means I guess I should go back to school soon. We then went out on the boat at 12:30. There is only 6 of us in the advance course and so it's way better than such a big group! We first went down to this amazing ship wreck! It was such a cool descent as you are just going down into the deep blue and then all of a sudden the wreck appears! It was amazing!!!!! I can't even explain it in words but thankfully Anthony brought ...
... 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 ...
... a film on a projector at the hostel where we had gourmet burgers and some of the local beers. I had a relatively early night as drinking heavily the night before diving is not very clever. The following day I woke up early and sat on the dock talking to a local who told me all about the island and the state of Honduras. He was a white guy who spoke Kreol so it was a very interesting conversation. It turned out he was the man who started the first ever dive shop in ...
... only for me to realise that somewhere along the way I had lost ALL of my credit and debit cards!!! I cancelled them only for the taxi driver to turn up with them the next day, doh!
A 1 and a half boat ride to Roatan the next day and I've finally got my Caribbean Island that I've been craving. This place is up there with the beaches of Thailand, lush forests, white squeeky beaches and crystal clear waters. Oh and ...