Bananarama Beach and Dive Resort
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... Tez arrived we grabbed our stuff and moved to Paradise Divers. On the way there we bought some breakfast “baleadas” because both of us were starving. Later we decided to go to the Water Cay together with 4 more people who we met in Paradise Divers: Betty, Max, Simon and Lia. We paid HNL 300 per person for a round boat trip. All of the guys, except for Max, who was Italian, were Spaniards, but they actually come from different parts of Spain; Betty and Simon were ...
... dogs or cars. While we were riding Mexico was playing in the World Cup and won. We got back around 1:30 had lunch and relaxed at the pool. It was cloudy so it wasn't soooo hot. Dinner again at San Simon, and I had great shrimp alijio. Luis had the lobster. They had a two people group singing at the bar and it is wonderful sitting in the cool ocean breeze enjoying the music and ...
... else we have felt. There is a definite sense of weightlessness where you can put your whole body at ease and completely relax. You can also clown around and work some methane from your wetsuit.
The whole sensation though is completely out of this world. We both really loved learning the new skill that enabled us to discover life ...
... around bumping into you equally with limbs and scuba tanks. My annoyance level may have been increased by the partial hangover and 4 hours sleep, but still, WAIT YOUR TURN and **** off!
So while I was on the island, just like an 18 yar old gap yah student, I also had a bit of a self-discovery moment, and learnt something new about myself…
I totally dislike and am a grumpy miserable **** for any night out which follows a night out! I mean if your partying the second ...
... We had a lecture on Echinoderms, which was interesting. Examples of echinoderms include sea stars, sea cucumbers, and sea urchins. The echinoderm phylum is the sister phylum to the phylum humans are in - so basically, they're our "cousins" evolutionarily! I don't have any new pictures for today, but hopefully I'll have some ...