Bananarama Beach and Dive Resort
- Shuttle bus service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the next 2 days meaning I can confidently say that nerves are swirling inside. This means starting tonight at 6pm we have our orientation/meet and greet with our examiners and the other May instructor candidates. Tomorrow and Wednesday are full days of exams and the time to display our new knowledge. With Diego escorting us to orientation, memories of the first day of school with dad guiding me to class are awkwardly apparent. Wish me luck amigos ...
The following day I woke up at 4.50am and made my way to Utila Airport to catch my flight to Roatan. The airport had three small Cessnas in it so was more of a airfield rather than a airport. I met my Captain, Justin and then along with two others took a 4-seater to Roatan. The whole journey was about 15 minutes and cost $90 but I had a great time and as the plane took off over the ocean I saw a school of maybe 30 dolphins beneath me. I landed at about 6.15am and took ...
... Otherwise completely quiet. Such a peaceful part of the island.
People came from different directions to help with the various projects. Couple municipality workers moved dirt from around the banos area at the back of the school. Bill and LInda (Americans who live here)drove out for the day Saturday. Bill had electrical experience so he helped Brian install the lighting.One of the island's main builders , Ben, headed up a crew of 6-8 local guys to cut and nail in ...
... to Nicaragua.
In the afternoon Ali, Blair and I headed out with DM Adam to do our two free fun dives included with our course. We went to Ron's Hole dive site first and then to Airport Caves. Both dives were amazing and we saw loads of things; a huge grouper that we claimed was a baby whale shark, a giant green moray eel, two big lion fish, a string ray and loads of beautiful small fish. The airport caves dive site also had amazing rock formations that we could ...
... chapters I would be able to join the course scheduled to start the next day, so away I went.
Luckily I watched the videos on Saturday night as there was no power when I awoke on Sunday morning, this is a regular occurrence on Utila as power is provided by diesel generate that breaks down every week or two. As it turns out the rough weather that made my transit so much fun had also reduced the underwater visibility to less than 1 metre, the two confined ...