Diving Pelican Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... br> At about 9.00 we met with the other members of our rafting team: Daniel (Israel), Chang (Australia), Jacob (England) and two bilingual guides. Since it had been raining a lot recently I was a bit worried that the river could be way too rough. However, I was told by Ronald as well as by both guides that the level was actually perfect, enabling us to go through a few stronger rapids situated in the upper part of the Cangrejal River. What a relief!
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... Deniseloved the card and sad the chocolates we had got were her favourite. That evening we returned to Applebee's for a few more cocktails to mark the end of our week teaching and the end of our Spanish classes. Tomorrow we are travelling to Utila, one of the Bay Islands of the coast of Honduras, where we will have a week of relaxing on the beach and hopefully do some snorkelling and ...
... metres and do 6 dives seeing the most amazing fish ever, lion fish, sea horses, turtles, octopus, and hundreds more! Officially a PADI diver, might even give it a go at home!! We also go out looking for whale sharks and I get to snorkel with one over 10metres long for 3 minutes it was amazing!!! Also snorkel with dolphins! ...
... Amanda and I left our new friends Bodie and Sarah at the bar, whilst we wandered around town. We quickly learned 2 distinct things: 1) There are soooo many dives shops in Utila and 2) Should you do a diving course with a dive centre, you receive free dorm style accommodation. Since we weren’t doing any courses we need to find our own accommodation. But first, we decided first to find the best dive shop that would cater to our fun dive needs, and not just group us in ...
... a box), a sea horse, parrot fish, angel fish and plenty of other little cuties.
The last day of the course was the funnest. We did some little drills to do with navigation, but mostly we just dived. We went to two dive sites on the reef and saw countless types of fish, we even learned how to make the hand signals for some of them, seeing as you cant really say Parrot Fish underwater.The coolest thing we saw was an eagle ...