Villa Helen's Hotel & Restaurant
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... dollars left. We knew we needed to catch a taxi but also didn't want to get ripped off. We got off the bus to gather our belongings and I began praying that God would get us safely to a place to stay. We talked with one taxi driver who walked away and then a second. He agreed to take American dollars but said that the hostel we had booked was "not nice". Josh and I looked at each other and discussed that if even ...
... stone where, according to the movie, the human sacrifice would lose their head and the blood would run down either side. Very technical stuff. No wonder our attention soon waned to some nearby Macau birds. Feeding time.
That moment before you lose a finger down a hungry bird’s beak.
... to wait for a bus on the side of the highway to take them back to the community of Guadalupe Carney. Melo asked me to drive as he was exhausted, I was feeliing good and had many things to think about. About 1/2 hour before El Progreso Melo took over. Fortunately as we drove through a number of police and military highway controls, I was never pulled over. Each time I wondered how they would view my B.C. drivers license. I 'm glad I didn't have to find out.
... me, he was talking to Andrew.
At 12:30 Pierre and I started to put our gear together on the boat. We had been warned that sometimes the dive masters do different things to see how you will react. So I was on high alert, almost verging on paranoid. As rescue divers you tend to have a lot more responsibility. Every time a boat goes out it has to have 2 spare oxygen tanks, first aid kit and medical oxygen. It was up to Pierre and I to make sure everything ...
... up so that the boat can see our position. After doing our 3 minute safety stop at 6 metres we ascended and waited for the boat to arrive. It was there within 5 minutes and we all hopped out of the water.
The other group weren't far behind us in surfacing and once we picked them up, roll call was done and we headed to the next dive site. Ted's Point West.
At Ted's Point West we hopped in the water. I was getting a bit cold which ...