Villa Helen's Hotel & Restaurant
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- Free parking
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... them in Central America! After lunch we went round to Raphael's for our second lot of Spanish classes. Some bits were quite frustrating for the scientist in me as there didn't seem to be any logic behind the rules, it was one of those things you just had to accept! We covered a lot though, and I think Kelly and I are both making progress. This evening we had a dinner similar to the baleadas, ...
... hold my breath when I was scared or practising the skills. But it all makes so much sense when you are in the ocean and it's so easy. You move yourself up and down by your breathing, which I felt was like magic! I've never felt so free and It was like meditation, also good that no one can talk to you. We did 4 dives in total, down to 18m which felt pretty impressive. Once we were left to just enjoy ourselves and forget about using a compass or swapping ...
... that the cable TV reception was bad because of the nearby prison. This was exactly what we wanted to know before 4 girls headed out to an unknown area late at night. Regardless, we had no issues, but could not find any food whatsoever. So I went to bed hungry and looking forward to having a huge breakfast once at Utila the next ...
It may not be fair to the country itself but my visit of Honduras consisted only of the tiny island called Utila. I wanted to improve my diving skills by doing the Advanced Open Water course which my parents offered as a Christmas gift (Merciiiiiiiiiii!!! :) which meant that I needed to spend at least 4 days on the island. It is apparently the cheapest place for diving courses on the planet (278$ for ...
... working in compliance with government orders.
Many organizations have expressed their solidarity with Chabelo Morales and demand his immediate and unconditional freedom. The Supreme Court of Justice has the responsibility to annul the sentence he was given after an unjust and arbitrary process. And the government has the obligation to compensate for the harms that Chabelo Morales has suffered during his four years of captivity.