West Bay Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... warned about. From 7:30am to 5pm we are either in the classroom listening to lectures about physics or physiology or in the water practicing teaching techniques. Cookie and I are both super hyperactive so our course director Diego has made the class bare-able. Even though the daggers of exams each day are killing me slowly I think I may have found a new love in teaching people to scuba !! My first real taste ...
... drop in the Canadian dollar took care of 1,000 of those precious dollars.Fencing isn't all that we planned to do at Camp Bay school. There was also the interior painting and some electrical work. After consultation with Nidia about priorities, we decided to cancel the fencing materials and put that project on hold. We hope to be able to do it later since we have both the time and the plans done. If Red Deer Rotary comes through with the funds I applied for I imagine ...
Our ship docked right by the port terminal so instead of walking around on the 7th deck for exercise, we got off and strolled around the shops. It wasn't even 7:00 am yet and they were all already open!
We met up w Mike and Pam and walked all over Mahogany Bay exploring. After returning to the ship and eating breakfast, Rich and I left for our tour. We had booked an encounter w/the dolphins and scenic drive. The drive ended up being ...
... Although he was interesting, after the a hundredth 'Jesus showed me/taught us...' I was very happy to hear my name called! Luckily we both passed the medical and headed back to the dive shop to head out for our afternoon dive. We would do our dives today with Rambo and Alex who were on the second day of their AOW, and also an Aussie called Blair who we were pretty good friends with by now, and an English guy called Dizzy who were both starting ...
... Honduras, so it is a very popular dive site. For what they lack in civil infrastructure, they make up for in dive shops.
I did a lot of research on safety precautions. Robberies of tourists are somewhat common, but rarely violent. No jewelry or purses. Everything was mostly pre-paid and the little cash we had was in my sock. The cruise line owns the port and has created a safe beachfront park for the passengers called Mahogany Bay. ...