Villa Helen's Hotel & Restaurant
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- Free parking
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... girlfriends and so after showing who's boss at Nintendo we hit the town to Tranquila bar for tequila Tuesdays and began the hunt. Doesn't get much better than this !! I was actually pretty busy this week as I ticked off piece by piece of my dive master check list. Completing your dive master requires you to finish a range of different activities. Completing theory sections, search and recovery practicals and a range of other things are all required to be done in your own time or ...
... tourist industry like directions, time and restaurant etiquette. Hopefully this will continue in the community centre in the future as we all feel that they benefited from it. The Spanish lessons have taught me that I do not have a linguistic brain!!! We had twenty hours of lessons over the space of five days, it is fair to say that it scrambled my brain!! But I do feel like I understand a lot more than I did before however my Yorkshire accent is not one that ...
... was great! We had such a laugh underwater together and saw lots of cool fish and a hawksbill turtle nibbling on the coral! It's hard to comprehend this whole other world to explore underwater, we are definitely hooked! There was the exam at the end and although everyone tells you-you'll definitely pass, you can't help but be nervous! We were excellent students with Tony getting 100% and me 96%. There were some things we didn't love about Utila. First of ...
... and offered it around in an attempt to make some festival friends. Who says Rum can’t buy you friendship? I met a cool group of people who were diving or staying at Parrots, and we all got on a boat to the island where the festival was happening. This wasn’t just any old boat; it was basically a canoe with an outboard motor, which was probably about 3 or 4 people over subscribed, and was being driven by an old Honduran guy who was clearly high as ...
After having stayed another night in Antigua we caught a bus to Honduras which took about 18 hours to reach La Ceiba.
A city on the carribean coast of Honduras which is not very nice or clean, but it's the ferry port to Utila, our destination for some awesome diving that we have been looking forward to for a long time. We got to our hostel at about 10 pm after an epic busride and then being cramped into a taxi with 5 people + the driver and all our luggage. ...