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... 30 minutes to get from the port to the lodge. At a certain point we left the asphalt road behind and entered more remote, rural area. Since it had been raining a lot in last few days the road was full of muddy pools. Within a few minutes we reached the riverbed and kept on driving along it. Suddenly we saw El Bejuco Falls, a 45-meter waterfall stemming from the middle of the wooded rocky wall. The water was being spouted so powerfully as if it had never seen the ...
... between USD 50 and 70 for 2 tanks. After walking for almost one hour we decided just to get a normal accommodation and later bargain the prices, and we found a quiet place called Loma Vista for HNL 170 for a room with double bed, shared bathroom, kitchen and Wi-Fi.
It was late by now, plus it gets dark at 17.00 in Utila, so we left our things in our new room and went to get some food. We walked for a while until we found a place called Skid Row Bar & Restaurant ...
... for some reason I had packed them all in my day bag today. As we sat on the boat we definitely did not look like we were making our way to a Caribbean island, I'm pretty sure I resembled an old granny with my hood up and scarf wrapped around my legs like a blanket!
We are staying at Underwater Vision on Utila, it seems to be the most popular on the island and has it's own mini beach, sun loungers and volleyball court, as well as a large bar ...
This morning we had our PADI refresher at 10am with Dive Master Owen and DMT Ryan, and annoying Alex who turned up late. We were reminded how to set up all our kit, and sized up for everything, and then we jumped in off the pier and descended to the artificial sand flat set up just off the shore from the hostel. Here we ran through all the skills from our Open Water ...
... had made the arrangements for our bus ride to La Ceiba. We knew it wasnt the first class bus but we thought t it was a good 2nd class coaster style small bus. Uh, no, it was a chicken bus ! Oh well a long slow bumpy ride to San Pedro Sula followed for the next 4 hours. It was pleasant going through the lovely villages and green gereen hills. It is evident there is a lot of rainfall here.a welcome stop in San Pedro de Sula bus station gave us time to go to ...