Utopia Dive Village
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... chance of it occurring we brushed it off explaining that we don't get effected. However between 35 to 40m I felt it hit my head like a shot of absinth and then instantly found everything a lot funnier than I should have. I forgot skills I was supposed to do and laughed at cookie and Molly as neither of them could do the most basic of requests - we were all as narc'd as can be and laughed more than we ever have underwater. Imagine a bunch of kids that are high ...
... of beers, rum and ice and spent the day chilling in knee deep crystal blue water and snorkelling in the reef. Really great day with them all and a lot of laughter. We headed back about five hours later and drove past another Cay where is only one house on it. Apparently its sleeps 8, as power, AC, a fridge etc and it can be rented for $250 a night! So per person, that is nothing! When I got back, I packed and got ready for my flight to Roatan next day! Next update from there! ...
... plan for the rest of my time in Latin America so that I may be able to accurately book a plane home. I've gotten as far as Mexico. The rest I'll do tomorrow. As befits any hammock time I have I've aquired several mozzie bites. The *******s. The evening was another subdued affair. Whilst the town is also billed as a party place that's not why I'm here, and with another early start tomorrow I had another early(ish) night. ...
... chose a cheap eatery called Mermaidīs where I ordered chicken & chips for HNL 58 and Tez got chicken fillet with mashed potatoes for HNL 80.
Day 2: November 19, 2014
That day we wanted to explore the whole island but things donīt always goes as planned…it was raining when we woke up and it kept on raining pretty much all day long, so we basically had to stay in our hostel and wait for a miracle :) I used this time to write a new blog ...
... this previously but the restaurant is essentially some plastic patio furniture under a tarpaulin 'roof' where the grumpiest woman EVER sits in front of a wall with a hole in it through to the kitchen. The menu is written on the wall above her head and when you go up and tell her your order she shouts back to the kitchen (without even turning her ...