Utopia Dive Village
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... It was simply gorgeous! We couldnīt have wished for a better welcome :)
As soon as we arrived in the Jungle River Lodge Ronald, a young Honduran guy working at the reception, showed us our room. We were also informed that our rafting trip was supposed to start at 9.00, meaning that we had approx. 40 minutes to have breakfast and get changed. Both of us were really hungry, so we ordered a typical breakfast even though it was quite pricey (USD 6 per ...
... had a few beers (each for HNL 30) and I had even one drink (HNL 35). Rum is very cheap on the island so most of the times itīs better just to get a mixed drink. We also tried a typical Garifuna drink, Gifiti, which was on the house. Regarding the food we just had some fries as a snack since the prices of meals were a little bit high.
Day 1: November 18, 2014
We woke up late without the alarm clock and had a very relaxing and easy day. Tez was writing for most ...
... for everyone to hang out. When we arrived it had just started to rain, this got progressively heavier and heavier, and there is currently a bit of a tropical storm outside that is supposedly going to last all week! NOOOOOOO! It could put an end to our plans to work on our tans this week!
As I write this, there is a cockroach scuttling around on the ceiling, jungle preparation I suppose!
NB - The interference you can hear in the video is the ...
... taking off and putting back on your mask underwater, hovering above the sea bed, signalling emergencies, breathing from a broken regulator etc. We were down for about 45 minutes and everything came back to us very quickly. Afterwards we had to do a short knowledge review to remember how to use the dive tables, and then we were free for the rest of the afternoon ...
... 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 ...