Marble Hill Farms
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... class bus (cheap bus) that covers the bulk of the distance alone was $41, add short bus rides and accommodation and the shuttle is about the same price. We used Leonlaceibashuttle and were not very impressed, they picked us up an hour late and dropped us in the middle of the night in Leon were we were walking around late at night with all our belongings in the rain trying to find a hostel.
FOOD: Baleadas are cheap ($1-$2), filling and delicious. A kebab ...
... off and peacefully went to sleep. Strange guy... Anyways so we woke up and we started in the classroom reviewing the answers to the worksheets and then took 3 quizzes. We then watched 2 more videos just to get them out of the way. After that we had a nice long lunch break and Rommi, Mitch, Anthony and I went to this place called Mamas Cafe which was cheap and yummy! We then got to go in the water! We got on all our gear which I swear was twice my size because I ...
... to the transfer point, boarded the vans and headed back to the ship. At first I was disappointed to be going back in the van, but after a few minutes I thought it was a great idea because we also got to see some of the local life. It was a nice ride.
Back at the boat, we washed the salt off of our faces and hands, changed clothes, out of wet swimsuits into shorts and t-shirts, grabbed a quick snack at the buffet, and left the ship to go out and ...
... Tuesday there was talk of a boat ride wit him around that east end of the island. Nice change of pace. I have just returned from my new weekend ritual...an early morning longer ( not long, but longer than what it's been) run into West End, followed by a latte on the dock and a water taxi ride back to my dock. This morning the outline of mainland Honduras was very clear and Santos told us the mountains were a national park. Ta for now..
... black people) still with their customs, speaking an English Creole. Both English and Spanish is spoken.
Very pretty with white beaches and coconut palms, bananas ,mangos,philodendrons, and hibiscus .The town is geared for tourists, with all prices quoted in US. Not a place if you are on a budget, 16% added for credit card transactions, 10 % service charge and on top of that another ...