Diving Pelican Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... we figured things out quickly enough and gained the confidence back to be able to zoom through the water and breath from two different tanks. Throughout our MSDT course we managed to score a morning off and host a housewarming party. Family dinner was on and once again pressure was on to make a dish for everyone to enjoy. With the departure of my partner in crime an co chef Derrek I was united with Dave to make something amazing. As I was following up ...
... this hell on earth we again were driving. I recognized the mountain to the right and before it vast pineapple fields of the "Dole" company. A white car passed us on the bare dirt road and about 1/2 km. along the road it stopped. Melo told me to stop. Along this road anything could happen as it is away from everywhere. It is necessary to be cautious, so we waited until the driver got back into the car and continued. I think it was just a bathroom break. We arrived and drove ...
... first solo guide taking two lads through the reef all whilst trying to not get lost and making sure they didn't run out of air.... (we came far too close) St pattys day was also upon us this week and in true Utila style we made it a big deal. Flyers were handed out and word of mouth spread resulting in people from all dive shops stopping by in teams of 5 wearing a lot of green and or painted in a lot of green for the drinking Olympics. ...
... including having the highest rate of intentional homicide in the world at 90 people per 100,000). There is a huge drug, violence and crime problem and this includes against tourists. But to take this information as a reflection of the entire nation would be wrong as everyone we have encountered in Honduras have been beyond friendly and appear to be trying to fight against the problems and reputation of their country. The advice from all the locals was be extra vigilant, ...
... It was the first time I had been in a place with corals and strong waves so I didnīt have a clue I should be much more careful. When I finally stood up again, I noticed, I had a few bloody cuts in different parts of my body so I quickly started to move closer to the shore to avoid another wave. Then I realize that I wasnīt holding Saraīs mask anymore…I went back to try to look for the mask. When I realized that I wouldnīt be able to find it by myself I waved at Nuno ...