Utopia Dive Village
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... for impressing girls Finally ticking off everything on my Dive master checklist was a relief and made me official. Having my graduation party on Saturday (body paint theme) I am stoked that I will finally be able to join the rotation and get paid for what I'm doing. It took me about 3 weeks to get certified as a divemaster and as there is no instructor course for April I will now most likely be working until May and then start instructor classes again to get some ...
... 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. ...
... in the dive shop until 9.30, speaking with some of the guys. Later we went to have breakfast to a place where they were making delicious crepes. They were a little bit expensive for our standards (Nutella and Banana for HNL 60) but we simply needed to eat something better that morning.
Since the day before it was raining all day long and we didnīt do much we decided to go for a short walk. In the morning we headed to the north side of the island. Luckily we didnīt get ...
... couple of times throughout our stay on the island.
Tomorrow we have to be up at 5am to catch the first ferry, so we packed and had an early night. Taylor and MC are also going to Leon tomorrow and we are staying in the same hostel so we will catch up with them there but we had to say goodbye to Megan as she is heading off to Columbia!
... Reading some information about the capital, to know where to sleep, doesn't make you feel so safe. Almost all guides don't really give you the choice but to sleep in a micro centre full of expensive hotels and security, far from the bus agencies where I would leave early the next day. Not convenient. I'm thinking, all tourists go there, robbers go where tourists go, so robbers go there (makes sense right?). It sounds like expensive and a hassle with taxi, ...