Utopia Dive Village
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... ran out of water at 1am
and were not allowed to continue past sunrise. Who runs out of water at a rave
at 1 am?! The problem with it being on an island that is at least 30 minutes
boat ride from the main island, which is an hour around from the mainland, is
that there is no quick way to solve this problem. They shipped some more water
over but when it was on its way they were informed that there were only 100
bottles. 100 bottles for over 1000 people. They ...
... 7am. You could even buy Taco’s on the island from a pop up shop, and they were really decent. The bar somehow managed to run out of most of it’s stock by about 2am however, which is less than ideal. They were basically just left with Rum, plus either Pineapple juice or Coke. Could be worse I guess. A few of us watched sunrise at about 6am, and a couple of us decided to actually get in to the sea for a swim as the sun was coming up, which was ...
When the power finally came back on in the morning and the fan started working life was good! We slept all morning and made a big bowl of guac and chips for lunch. Then Yotam helped me tie die mine and Blair's Skid Row shirts with bleach, making them really cool and patterned with orange! We chilled for the rest of the afternoon and then went to Fu King Woks, a Chinese in the island that only opens 3 times a week and everyone raves about, with a big group from the hostel (Jono, ...
... and around under some of the open decking. It was amazing, and Yotam took loads of GoPro photos for us that we'll see when were home!
After this we did our PPB dive, which is all about using your breathing to control your buoyancy. Our first task was to hover above the bottom for a minute - managed that. Then Yotam bout weights on the sea bed and we had to hover upside down and breathe out to decent enough to knock the weight over with ...
... get some food and coffee and wait for the transfer via first class bus to La Ceiba. Whilst waiting we met a young girl solo traveller from Newcastle Australia. She and us were the only non locals travelling so we chatted and compared travel notes. She was travelling for about 18 months and was travelling to the Honduran island Utiltla to do a dive course in the famous Caribbean Islands off the coast of La ceiba. Funny thing is that is where 95% of travellers ...