Mayan Princess Beach & Dive Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... a couple of stops as we came to various little view points which was nice. As we rounded a corner Rachel's chain came off and wedged itself between the gears and bike frame. Despite Kelly's best efforts being a mechanic (bashing it with a stone) it couldn't be fixed. Rachel and Kelly set off back to the bike shop while Vicky and I continued on our adventure! At some point we made a wrong turn and ended up on an extremely muddy track with a couple of ...
... a dream like running sequence plays out in his head - and to a popular local seafood joint for some killer barracuda.
Outside of some small variations (ie Indira on the boat for some snorkeling), this is just another day here on Utila. Although part of Honduras, the island is anything but Central America. Instead it is a backpacker hot spot built around the 90+ dive sites surrounding the island. The locals are a ...
... with G&Ts, ahhhh! Chilli's also had a communal kitchen so we were able to save some money by cooking dinner. Dinner time in the small
kitchen was like a ballet while 5 of us maneuvered around each other trying to prepare meals. You meet some fun people that way. For breakfast/lunches we had lion fish tacos or baleadas (a thick corn meal tortilla filled with beans and veggies and then a choice of chicken, beef, egg, cheese, sausage). The baleadas are great ...
... made a fantastic video about our trip that I'll post the link to. It's not very long, and it gives a good overview about what's been going on here in Roatan.
Here is the URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hm-iUTBz bFg&feature=youtu.be
... in it killing many of the reef's fish. Also, lion fish can reproduce rapidly, laying up to a million eggs in their lifetime. Dive masters, instructors, and tec's will often spear the lion fish while diving to protect the reef, some making dinner out of it. Lion fish is on the local restaurants' menu to encourage consumers' tastes for the invasive species. We ate lion fish tacos, which were delicious! During one of our dives, I pointed out a huge lion fish to our ...