Mayan Princess Beach & Dive Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... start of whale shark season. With knowledge of the sharks looming we went on a long trip looking for their boils (bubbles from the fish). As we got closer everyone sat on the side of the boat waiting for the signal to jump from captain Hoover. Picture a scene from a cool navy movie and then subtract the people with any muscle definition and add myself... as Hoover said go we jumped in and an all out battle to ...
... of days. The best part was the snorkelling. The largest coral reef after the Barrier reef is along theses islands. We spent an afternoon snorkelling off a boat. It took us to different locations. We then watched the sunset from it and of course had rum and cokes. That night, Bob and I, Cody (our adopted son) and Tom (our CEO) decided to Bar Hop. We ended up at a Karaoke Bar on the ocean. It was a beautiful night. We ended ...
... less sleep on this trip than I do back in London. If we're not up super-early to see the sunrise over a ruin somewhere deep in the jungle then we're up early to catch a shuttle somewhere else, or in this case up at 6am to go diving. Yes it's a tough life, I know! I did two dives that day, both were good, only slightly hampered the number of people on the dive. It seems everyone these days owns a GoPro, so every time there's something worth seeing, everyone clusters around ...
... and thumb and 3 fingers out, I replied with 'seven'. He was cracking up laughing and asked again, and I signalled again 'seven', wandering what I was doing wrong and giggling too. Then he moved on to the numbers game and showed me 'four', so I assumed maybe I was meant to copy instead of make up the numbers, so I replied with 'four'. At this point him and the DMT were both laughing so much and I was so confused we all just broke down laughing and all our masks were ...
... weather. This meant I had to catch a ferry from Roatan to Le Ceiba on the Honduran mainland then another ferry to Utila.
The first ferry trip was on a large 150 foot modern ferry which handed the seas pretty well (for the experts I estimated it was sea state 4), a little bit of a roll but nothing too worrying. Seventy minutes after departure we arrived in Le Ceiba, and a serious cause for concern presented itself, the ferry to Utila. This ferry was a 60 ...