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... naturalists will give you a personal introduction to a resident dolphin.
The trainer will describe the dolphins’ characteristics, anatomy and behaviors and will give you the opportunity to touch, kiss and play with a member of ...
... have a buddy with ...
... Friday morning was spent at Chepes Beach (queue sand flies!) and lunch at local favourite Munchies, after which we were met by a fellow volunteer from the Bay Island Conservation Association (BICA) who took us to the organisation's information centre which we would be staying above for the next six weeks. Aside from a lack of hot water (not really a necessity in this humidity anyway) the place is great - we have our own decent sized room, private bathroom and ...
... and ended up biking down very muddy tracks due to the recent rain. We were heading the right way but couldn't quite find the way up to be able to climb the hill. We were both covered in mud and thankfully arrived at a beach where we could clean off and have a bit of a rest. We set going again trying to find the way up the hill, but as we looked for an alternative route we ended up further away so just decided to head back back along the very wet and muddy roads. The hill had ...
Mahogany Bay in Honduras was our next cruise stop. It is GORGEOUS here. The waters are all turquoise, and there are beautiful lush rainforests. Today we just did a tour of Roatan Island (which the city of Mahogany Bay is on). It is a relatively poor island, but there was something that most poor islands don't have: a fire station. Everyone mainly speaks English and Spanish. Back then, they used to use ...
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