Sea Eye Resort
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- Smoking rooms available
- Concierge desk
- Microwave in room
- Multilingual staff
- Refrigerator in room
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Internship finished... 25 certifications have been processed in my name and I have officially graduated from my master scuba diver trainer internship meaning I am qualified to instructor all courses and teach 5 of my selected specialty courses. I am now a free man looking for a paradise to work... Help me please Fortunately just as I finished my internship a friend from another dive shop gave myself and 2 others from the shop ...
... people to call it a stewy special... I had one solid night of people asking me for the stewy but since that night the stewy special train has been going very slowly. I am still working hard at it despite the various "failed" remarks and any support is greatly appreciated. Unfortunately this week we were to lose a "quality" dive master and friend of mine in Derrek... With this is mind we rallied together to have a huge family dinner with people bringing ...
... With no head support if it was full, sleep would've been difficult and very neck jarring. But with three of us I claimed the whole back row, popped a valium, found a position that would stop me rolling off everytime the guy braked and hit the hay.
First inpressions of Honduras are good. The roads are decent and the places we stopped for toilet breaks/lunch/ an ATM are really upmarket. There is a heavy security presence at these places, but it's ...
... stone fireplace that had a thick medal plate fastened just above several burning logs. This was a demonstration on the cooking of ereba, a tortilla like food made out of the root of the yucca plant. It was lain flat on the grill and turned once to cook the ereba to a crispy texture that went good with a salsa dip. Samples of the ereba was passed out among the adventurers along with a verbal description on how to grate the yucca root, dry it and finally fry it. It was ...
... couple of times throughout our stay on the island.
Tomorrow we have to be up at 5am to catch the first ferry, so we packed and had an early night. Taylor and MC are also going to Leon tomorrow and we are staying in the same hostel so we will catch up with them there but we had to say goodbye to Megan as she is heading off to Columbia!