Diving Pelican Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... soft white sand and turquoise Ocean, with a delicious cocktail in hand-heaven! It was back to the books on Monday morning, going through the theory and a test. There's much more too it than you'd think and besides the obvious safety things, we had to get our brains out of holiday mode to try to understand the whole bottom time, nitrogen level business. That afternoon we were into the water! Well pool that is! We spent a while getting to know our ...
... get some food and coffee and wait for the transfer via first class bus to La Ceiba. Whilst waiting we met a young girl solo traveller from Newcastle Australia. She and us were the only non locals travelling so we chatted and compared travel notes. She was travelling for about 18 months and was travelling to the Honduran island Utiltla to do a dive course in the famous Caribbean Islands off the coast of La ceiba. Funny thing is that is where 95% of travellers ...
... our Rescue training and free fun dives were: On a Rescue training dive we did see a nice nudibranch, a seahorse and Yalzy found a pipe horse which got Frank pretty excited. We also played with a clear golfball sized looking bubble thing which Frank tells us is the largest single-cell organism in the world - Joshua's swash - last week they saw 2 hammerheads here. We didn't. It was still a nice dive through coral canyons (about 6-10m deep). - Black Hills. We did a ...
... until a newly constitituted court decides what to do. There is political pressure from wealthy landowners against Chabelo wanting to make of him an example of how peasant farm leaders will be treated. However, Chabelo was upbeat somewhat, with some hope that he might be at least granted a provisional leave so he can go home to his wife and 5 children.
After saying farewell to Chabelo, we retrieved our documents and one of the ...
... after doing the rescue course, it just made me realise paramedics is in my blood, it's part of my being and I could never live somewhere that I couldn't work in the field. I fell in love with Utila, I am in love with the ocean, I made so many good friends. But the island for me will never be a final destination, however it will always be part of my journey. I think that is another reason the island could never be my home, it's so transient. People come and go, you get close ...