Diving Pelican Inn
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... a man sitting with a huge parrot lying on his belly, and he said theres a small charge for entry into the beach. We didnt actually bring enough for that and to hire the snorkels, so we had to head back to get more money. By the time we did that the snorkel hire place was almost closing. So once again, I couldnt snorkel. Back to lie about doing nothing some more. I think thats all I'm supposed to do here. For dinner we went to a barbeque place, which seems ...
... at night! The hotel had iron bars on all the windows and doors.. safe! Decided it was probably best to stay in my room and not explore the town. Plus I had to be up at 8 to catch the ferry to Roatan.
To give you a flavour of the hotel I have added a photo of the toilet door thats not even attached to the door frame and some other photos ...
... full of water we finally made it back to the beginning of the lagoon and then had the fun time of trying to pull a heavy kayak full of water out and up the bank.
Phew, after all that and getting the kayak back to the shop I can tell you we were pretty knackered and didn’t really fancy renting an additional kayak to do that all again! First the whale shark and now this, this place really wasn’t lucky for us! Instead we spent ...
So week 2 is a wrap ! Jill is now a certified open water diver ! *HIGH FIVE JILLIAN !
And you might be asking yourself : "but Keshia, weren't you supposed to be a certified diver at the end of the week also?" and I would then reply to you by saying "well I actually hated the whole thing, panic attacks, and tears - the ugly cry made an appearance, lets put it that way." So you don't have to worry about a thing anymore mum, diving isn't for me . But Jill was ...
... it in and made it on board with pepper spray and multi-tool in tow. Go figure! The ferry was large, played soft rock. The wind was blowing gently, sun was gleaming on the sea - we were back to paradise. We have checked in to a quaint hotel, dive center in the middle of West End, Roatan. Tourists galore, restaurants, bars, dive shops - and activities. We may rent kayaks, or hike tomorrow. For the first day in several, we have no travel and all the ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking