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... to walk into the sea and onto a cargo ship, up a ramp with
a rope. Imagine a thousand people who are off their head trying to get up and
down the ramp of a cargo ship in the pitch black, just to use the toilet.
Apart from it being stunningly beautiful,
all the people at Sunjam projected such a great vibe. What an incredible
atmosphere! We didn’t quite make the full 24 hours but we did about 18. They
shut the music off early which I think was ...
... I'd probably have a fair few photos. The first thing we saw was that the toilets were basically a load of portaloos on the back of a cargo ship, and you had to pretty much abseil up and down the back of it to get to them. This was going to be a fun night. Sunjam itself was actually really really good; the sound and lighting setup was immense, great visuals, and the music was a nice surprise – a mix of good techno and house pretty much all night, ...
... He demonstrated this alone for us all in the middle of his kitchen - it was brilliant!
After some drinks we decided to go to Treetanic bar, but on the way met people coming back who said it had closed, so we stopped at Skid Row instead. Our tame night then took a turn for the worst and we all got way too drunk and messy at Tranquillo! The power went out on the island at some point and I got a tuk tuk home and chilled at their apartment with Max, MP and Nivi in the ...
... with us. The 6 of us, Yotam and Sam headed out on the boat to do our Peak Performance Buoyancy and Wreck dives.
We started with the wreck dive which was amazing! There is a huge cargo ship at 30m off the coast of Utila that the dive shops clubbed together, bought and sank 10 years ago for diving purposes. We descended and swam all around the boat first, seeing the captains cabin and the full size of the ship, before swimming into the cargo area ...
... get some food and coffee and wait for the transfer via first class bus to La Ceiba. Whilst waiting we met a young girl solo traveller from Newcastle Australia. She and us were the only non locals travelling so we chatted and compared travel notes. She was travelling for about 18 months and was travelling to the Honduran island Utiltla to do a dive course in the famous Caribbean Islands off the coast of La ceiba. Funny thing is that is where 95% of travellers ...