Diving Pelican Inn
Travel Blogs from La Ceiba
... we had left and realized we had enough to pay so we sighed in relief thankful we had enough. But, surprisingly when we got up to the window the officer did not charge us the unofficial exit fee. Then, we started heading back to the bus as we had seen the other people from our bus do. Just as we were almost to our bus we passed a young man from the Hedman Alas company that pointed us to a Honduran office we needed ...
... we get fruits for our breakfast tomorrow. We stop by the food hall for some tacos and I have a lovely blended juice of banana, papaya and pinapple and that is our early dinner at 5pm.later in the evening we watch a movie Man of Steel on Wayne's tablet.Tuesday 26th May. What an intensely hot and sticky ni t it was. Yes sleep was had at times but if it wasn't for the pedestal fan oscillating between us it would have been hell . However at around 8am this ...
... utterly terrible and I suspect something under the category of "non-food".
If you can picture this scene - outside the walls of a terrible prison, the mother of a prisoner brings food - tortillas and chicken - to share with those who support her son. There is no doubt that 95% of the gratitude was directed at Melo who has been an ardent and faithful supporter of Chabelo since the beginning of this nightmare. As well Melo has known the family for many ...
... towed octo back to the boat and we got up onto the boat.
We got our scuba gear on and started to go for a fun dive, I was constantly looking around for something to go wrong. After about 20 minutes or so we got to a sandy patch and things got a little hectic, Octo, Andrew and Declan all started doing things that we needed to fix, like flooded mask, out of air, losing their tank, losing their weight belt. Initially I was a little flustered but I managed to pull ...
... feel? I don't.. It's amazing the beauty of this country, I have seen a lot of it, from volcanoes to mountains to beaches. But what I really want to see is the people. I only wish my Spanish was more fluent so I could really get involved with the locals. But next time will be different, next time I won't be traveling to see all that is beautiful in Central America, next time I will be traveling to help to change all that is ugly. I am not sure how or what I ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet