- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... 800 psi or so (I surface at 500 or so), so I milked it until I looked around and I was the last man floating. Usually a divemaster stays down until the last diver surfaces, but I guess I looked self sufficient.. or he just forgot about me!! Either way, it was fine. I surfaced after a moment of safety stop (so I don't get the bends), and the boat was right there. Yay! So happy I got that spontaneous dive in!
So back to home base. The nice thing is Anthony's ...
... to the resort at the end of the beach, where we were meeting Cuny, in the golf cart (mostly because we hadn't done that yet). We got in the boat and drove for about an hour, we got to see most of one side of the island, including some mangrove trees and some dolphins, and then we arrived at the shipwreck. We put on our snorkel gear (mine tasted suspiciously of wine), and snorkelled around the reef and the shipwreck for about 45 ...
Then as we were about to head back, there were really dark clouds overhead. It was not a good sign. I asked the boat man which way was that cloud bank going and he said "our way". Sure enough within a few minutes but when we were ...
... Into taxis and somehow got most of our bags into the trunk / boot and off to the port we headed.
Caught the 4.30 pm ferry for the 90 minute trip over to Roatan Island which is the largest of Honduras' Bay Islands.
... ipod, ipad, & mac, ...