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... She also has the happiest little dog, Moreno! He make me miss our dogs at home. Denise had made some amazing lemon juice for our arrival, it's the nicest juice I've ever had and just what we needed after the bus journey! It turns out that Denise caters for large events, she is a really good cook! That evening she taught us how to make baleadas from scratch. As we were flattening out the tortilla in our hands ...
... A couple of days later Rosa and I were leaving Utila
and heading for El Salvador, with our new friend. Not without a night in one of
the murder capital’s of the world; San Pedro Sula.
Our hostel had razor wire around its
perimeter. In fact, all properties not only had gates, bars and locks, but also
razor wire and some also had spikes. Definitely not something I would like to
get caught on. Researching the top 10 most dangerous cities in the world, I ...
... at the chance of saving some money and being able to chill at the beach all day. Alas, they sorted it out, and I was heading out for my dives at 12pm. After practising a few skills with the equipment, we went out onto the reef. Both dives were pretty good, with decent visibility around us, and plenty of fish. It was no great barrier reef though, I think my first dive in Australia back in 2007 has spoilt me. I’d been hanging out with two of the ...
... materials - coral, bottles, pebbles, broken tiles etc and it's amazing! It's a maze of different platforms, tunnels and seating areas, and makes a really cool bar! We visited it in the day as well and it's beautiful. Ali went home early because she was feeling ill, and after Treetanic Maura and I headed to Tranquillo as usual to end the night dancing and sitting on the deck. Maura, Blair, Ryan, MP and I headed back to Max's at the end of the night to finish it up chilling on the ...
... by one swimming underneath the train of open legs. This all went well until Ali's go when she hit poor Rambo straight in the balls with her dive tank - ouch! After we'd done all the skills we swam around for the rest of the dive looking at the coral and fish before returning to the boat.
We had a couple of hours on land, enough time to order our wings for Wings Night at the hostel mmmm, before heading back out to do our Night Dive. We got in ...