Utila Lodge

Utila, Bay Islands, Honduras | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Utila

    Utila: Diving, Drinking and Dancing

    A travel blog entry by mattmantle on Aug 04, 2014

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    ... Rather than concentrate on keeping the boat afloat, he was too busy trying to sell us some of his wares; including Mushrooms, Weed and Cocaine. It was not a particularly relaxing ride! We did eventually make it there in one piece though, which was a relief.

    The island where the festival was being held was called ‘Water Cay’ – and it was stunning. You speicifically weren't allowed to take any cameras or camera phones on to the ...

    Very hot and nothing open during carnivale

    A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak on May 22, 2014

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    ... other passengers took taxis and other buses the rest of the way) was disconcerting as a loadmof police in a pickup came by wanting to know if they could help. We reassured them our ride was on its way and satisfied they left. It is not ideal to be sanded by the road here safety wise. In less than 5 mins Mike and May from the BnB picked us up in their jeep. Their lovely beachside home is out of town and at the end of a village which is quite poor. The ...

    Where Sleeping Dogs Lie

    A travel blog entry by peteindira on Apr 15, 2014

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    ... mostly American expats, divers and Hondurans. Although, almost everyone speaks Spanish, the islands language of choice is Creole and English is the primary tongue in the diving industry.

    While this is not the typical type of destination we normally spend a lot of time in, we've been here for a while now. I'm working on my divemaster certification at Captain Morgan's dive shop while Indira passes time in hammocks ...

    Learning to Dive on an ex-Pirate island

    A travel blog entry by deni367 on Feb 24, 2014

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    ... a box), a sea horse, parrot fish, angel fish and plenty of other little cuties.

    The last day of the course was the funnest. We did some little drills to do with navigation, but mostly we just dived. We went to two dive sites on the reef and saw countless types of fish, we even learned how to make the hand signals for some of them, seeing as you cant really say Parrot Fish underwater.The coolest thing we saw was an eagle ...

    Honduran water torture part 2

    A travel blog entry by edwardrugg on Jan 31, 2014

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    ... begin. We knelt in front of each other and began to share air trying to establish a rhythm. I was feeling a little breathless still and the thing about a regulator is that it will only supply air at a consistent rate. If you really try to breathe hard you just start to feel more and more out of breath and eventually you just want to bolt to the surface. We began to swap our fins over which went okay but then at the point when both of us had our bcd *********** I felt like I ...