Turquoise Bay Dive & Beach Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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It's such a nice hotel, but pretty far from west bay
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... that we met, it was only a matter of time that our liquor was going to run out. We sent a local to a corner store to purchase us 4 bottles of liquor, and we continued to dance the day away and soak up the sun. What a great morning! Then we noticed our hotel was having a 2 for 1 pizza special. the 5 of us ordered 4 pizzas! We ordered Margherita, Roatani, Hawaiian, and I really can't remember the name of the last pizza. All of which were delicious! $40 split amongst the 5 of ...
Like all good things, my trip to Roatan has come to an end...! Kenfor called his boy to cab me over to the airport, so I only have to pay $10 as opposes to like $20. I dropped by Anthony's Key to pay. Almost all of their divers are people who stay there on package deals (dives, room and meals), so they didn't really keep track of my dives. Honor system, I guess! It was $40 ...
... about to nap. So there's my update for today! --- Update: After the nap, I got up to see Sarah and Tom (another student) reading on the porch. I munched on some guacamole (don't know about those jalapeños...) and got ready for a night out! Some kids came over and we all walked over to our neighbors' next door, a nurse and her daughter. They fed us some hot creamy soup with potatoes, veggies, and fish (or chicken...?). It tasted pretty good! I mean, hey, ...
... br> There are some deaf schools in Honduras, but really most of the deaf communicate with expressions, acting things out, classifiers (using hand shapes to represent things and how they move or interact),especially here in Roatan and the direction from the branch is to focus on the way the deaf do things... not trying to teach them a language they don't know. The great thing about this technique is that many friends in the congregation started feeling way ...
... their teenagers who are pregnant for the 3rd time, the job that they just lost or that they are too depressed to look for, to them this is no paradise. They bear brave smiles, but their families and values are disintegrating, even though they feel guided by their many churches, some of which they attend several days a week, they are broken and empty and hungry for a real hope. Most will have their own Bible close by when we visit even when we're not expected and will ...