Tranquilseas Eco Lodge and Dive Center
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... could have conversations under water without talking. Anthony kept making me laugh and then water would get in my mask and it sucked, so I would actually get annoyed with him haha. He is a stinker. After our skills I was FREZZING! It was the first time that I have seen utila overcast and chilly. If I was out of the water it would have been great, but in the water was too cold! Luckily I found out that the other dorm rooms have hot showers. I was happy to hear ...
... He's usually raking the beach, with his parrot on his shoulder at7 am when I come down to their dock with my yoga mat.Story is he supports a mom and 3 sisters ,one of whom is disabled, back on the mainland.One windy morning I was heading off the dock with a bunch of stuff in my hands when my visor flew off into the water beside the dock. Not deep or cold water but still a minor inconvenience to wade in to retrieve it.Santos must ...
... The captain climbed in and without even a glance at us over his shoulder he had us rocketing down the runway and in the air. It was both scary as hell as awesomely exciting!
The adrenaline started to flow as we headed out over the choppy seas towards Roatan. Just 25 mins later we were touching down and ...
... to take a course. Utila (Honduras) and Ko Tao (Thailand) are probably the cheapest places in the world for getting your OW certification done. Maybe I wasn´t lucky enough but I found the visibility quite bad, the marine life very poor and the dive site unattractive. I wouldn´t dive with Paradise Divers either. They are quite disorganized and their equipment tends to be very old and damaged. Nonetheless, I have to admit that their diving team consists of many nice people.”
... 800 psi or so (I surface at 500 or so), so I milked it until I looked around and I was the last man floating. Usually a divemaster stays down until the last diver surfaces, but I guess I looked self sufficient.. or he just forgot about me!! Either way, it was fine. I surfaced after a moment of safety stop (so I don't get the bends), and the boat was right there. Yay! So happy I got that spontaneous dive in!
So back to home base. The nice thing is Anthony's ...