West Bay Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... those not familiar with naked diving I can most certainly vouch for the liberating feeling it brings, the barracuda looking far too hungry was concerning but I still highly recommend all girls give it a go. As my week was flying high after the naked dive it quickly came to a hold as I heard the whale shark sighting horns being sound by various rival dive shop boats... My face lit up like a fat kid in a candy store as the prospect of swimming with the 10 meter beasts ...
... out." We were offered a ride also, in the back of the truck but we declined and walked out. Again, when we stopped for water at the intersection to the main road, an American driving by slowed down to give us the same message. Obviously something has happened down there..at least once! Our neighbour Suzanne, who travels by herself, told us about a $150 taser walking stick she ordered on line from somewhere in the US.
Monday morning we packed up the Tylenol ...
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 ...
... at about 6.30pm with torches, and soon enough it was totally dark except for our lights. It was weirdly disorientating being under the water in the dark but you got used to it pretty quickly. Our instructor found us some beautiful shrimp and then a huge sleeping sea turtle very quickly, and a few minutes later the turtle woke up and swam right through our dive group which was amazing! After this Yotam signalled for us all to put our torches away and we ...
... country and wants to fight the drug cartels. Not much one can say in defence of that.
The captain got into the water with us and guided us through the coral reef pointing out interesting creatures. I swear we were the only 4 people I the water for miles. The coral reef was amazing and teaming with fish. It was just like the reef I'd seen in Mombassa 20 years ago with Mom. It turned out Andrea was scared of the ocean, so we stayed in ...