Mayan Princess Beach & Dive Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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Woke up at 8:30 wow. We went to breakfast and got ready for our horse back riding tour.. Roberto the driver is great. He took us to meet the horses, the owner a hippie who preferred to speak English and the horses only spoke English. We went with another couple. The ride was up the mountain and down the sandy bay. What a great ride. It took about 2 …
We got up around 8:30 and went to eat at the buffet. Another wonderful day...still no internet. We went to the beach and Luis took a walk to find internet. He did, at a bar and had a shot for $6. When he came back we decided to paddle board. I did very well and only fell twice. The guide took me for a nice ride. Luis stayed close to the shore and …
... 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 ...
... When arriving in the Water Cay we found ourselves very bored after a while because there was nothing to do and we didnīt bring anything…no drinks or food. In any case it was cool to do something different.
When we got back along with Nuno and Sara I went to buy the mask. After that we went to La Cueva to indulge ourselves with a burger with chips, and actually Nuno paid for our drinks. Once we finished our dinner both of us felt quite tired but it was 19.30 and every ...
My arrival at the Pirate Bay was amazingly smooth and efficient. I had booked a room only a couple of days before, I was picked up at the ferry and transferred down the only real street in Utila, dodging mini cabs and quad bikes. I had a private room for $25 per night and enrolled in an open water dive course for $288, the cheapest dive course in the world. I arrived at abut 7pm and was informed that if I watched 90 minutes of video (module 1,2 & 3) and read the ...