Splash Inn Dive Resort
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... found out that the best grocery store in town, Woody's, was next door and the best bar, Sundowners, was across the street, we wondered if we would ever leave the little paradise of Half Moon Bay. As we scarfed down chorizo and chicken baleadas, we chatted more with Andy and another British instructor, Alex. Alex liked Roatán so much that she had been living there for 9 years, which says a lot about the quality of diving on Roatán. After lunch we returned for a final ...
... water and had time for some lunch before theory exams were upon us. 1 theory exam and 1 standards and procedures exam for 3 hours after a morning on the boat was not ideal but unfortunately very necessary to graduate. Although Cookie and I were sun burnt and tired we managed to make it through the exams without getting tooo anxious and or making inappropriate noises like what happened oh so often in class with Diego. Also the fact that we didn't have a camera ...
So to put a bit of a damper on my joy of being somewhere hot and sunny I currently have a burn (not bad but not fun) and a heat rash that makes me look like I have the measles. Bah humbug. So I covered up and went to my diving refresh course. Very useful but despite the fact that it was f%$#ing cold when we were doing our closed water portions of the training in Calgary, it actually beat out doing it in shallow sandy water because newbies ...
... a couple more times. I love that world down there. I think one of the appeals is the silence of it. When I go into the mountains to view nature to hike or ski, I am always with at least one other ( as I am snorkelling.) However down in the big aquarium it's just you and the drama of that world. No words. I am frustrated with the photos I am posting. Saving onto the laptop I work on is very complicated. I found my way to Dropbox last week and that has simplified a few ...
Today was spent travelling to Utila, the smallest of The Bay Islands. We are here for a week and have diving, snorkelling, horse riding and yoga on the agenda, as well as indulging in some of Utilas renowned nightlife! Apparently there are 3 famous lies of Utila:
1) I love you
2) I'm not drinking tonight
3) I'm leaving tomorrow
Everyone we have spoken to has said we will have an amazing time here, so we are all really looking forwards to a ...