The Colibri Hill Resort
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Travel Blogs from Utila
... and the other a brother and sister from UK travelling in Central America volunteering. All of us were in the age group off late 40s to 60s so no young backpackers here . The US couple were leaving Sunday and the UK couple tomorrow. At the house May has a horse she rides, a 2month old foal , a dog for downstairs security and a cat, and up in the house 2 very very tiny chihuahuas who yap loudly as great security dogs .Mike is the cook and he did a lovely meal for ...
The alarm goes off, 6:00 am, but I'm already up and making a peanut butter sandwich. 15 minutes later I grab my pack and head out the door into what is shaping up to be one hot day. The big mango tree outside of the house is swaying in the wind meaning that the water will not be calm enough to try to find a whale shark today, but on the bright side it also means that there will be no sand flies.
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... This was really interesting to see and loads of fish were living in it, Steve even sore moray eel. The second dive site involved swimming through caves which were pitch black so it was quite scary at first but after time we adapted to it well and loved exploring the reefs around, this is when we saw our first eagle ray! This afternoon trip was alot more relaxed and fun as we were trusted to dive pretty ...
Strolled down to UDC for something silly like 7.15. Can't recall if we dived or not, but did end up watching chapter 5 of the DVD with Sandra and Tim whilst simultaneously doing the test. Sandra found an answer sheet in a corner so we checked the answers after we'd done ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed