Singing Sands Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Placencia
... island for a tour of his house. Too bad tom missed it. The house is quite impressive. Hung out there a while then back to check on Tom. Jays girlfried Jocelyn told me to have Tom drink coconut water so I got some and returned to htel. I went for a massage on the beach and stopped at the Tipsy Tuna for a few drinks,The massage was wonderful and I was quite relaxed ...
... would need to prearrange the length and rain was anticipated. Feeling lazy, I decided to stay at the resort. Lazy, right. So what did I do?
Silly me hopped on a bike and kept going and going and going. I went down to the highway by going past the Sittee River, a few miles up to the highway. It was a lot of work! I enjoyed the views and yet at first did not see many birds. That changed thankfully. I got to ...
... some painting of murals inside the information centre and making some props for BICA's presentations to local schools. Saturday was our last full day in Utila and we definitely ended on a high note. As it was also the final day of the Carnaval, we got to see a street parade of local organisations, dive shops and other groups in the afternoon which was hilarious fun - colourful beaded necklaces were flung about with ...
... ve said to Lauren countless times on the trip, it’s best to tick the animals off the list as soon as possible in case you don’t get to see them again.
We got back in the boat and headed to a spot nearby and descended to about 20 metres, swimming with the current. This is the first real open water dive I’ve done and it was a bit strange not having a reef, wreck or wall as a reference point. After swimming past a solitary barracuda we swam over ...
... at least does NOT deliver. We just need good old camping Gaz or maybe, if and when we can find one, a dual burner Coleman gasoline stove which several overlanders we have met use and swear by. But I think we’ll have to wait to get into the US before we can get one of these, and by then it will be almost too late.
It was indeed a relief to finally get clear of Guatemala City and we then found ourselves on Ruta 9, a good if tortuous main road which initially dropped ...