Tranquilseas Eco Lodge and Dive Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free airport shuttle
TripAdvisor Reviews Tranquilseas Eco Lodge and Dive Center Sandy Bay
Travel Blogs from Sandy Bay
... from our faces throughout the exam like normally occurred when Diego got bored of us being quite may or may not have helped us concentrate a little better . Unconfirmed if this is a teaching strategy that il employ. The exams however went well and we found out that we both were 1-3 points shy off perfect scores for each. One full day down and 1 important one to go.. Our class room presentations were due at 9am and so working together we created our lesson plans and rehearsed ...
... task is the snorkel challenge. The snorkel challenge consists of graduates having a scuba mask filled with beer and then required to snort all alcohol through their nose... The beer burns the eyes and the booze going down the wrong tubes almost always ends in someone spewing - we were not disappointed. After completing both my rescue diver course and my emergency first response course I was primed to get stuck into my dive master course. After a 3 hour long orientation ...
... 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 ...
... birthday, and despite mine and Tyson's efforts the DJ wouldn't play happy birthday, so we all sang at the top of our voices to him (as he danced around in his floor length red skirt he'd donned for the occasion!). I lost Ali (who'd put herself to bed at some point), and watched the fire dancing with Phil, Matt and Georgia, and then finally called it a night and walked home with Tyson, closer to the following morning than the night ...
... 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 ...