Utopia Dive Village
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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Another week and another successful string of alcohol free days, living in the party atmosphere of Utilia means that lasting only afew days of sober life is reason to be proud. With prices low and far too many reasons to have a drink It's a miracle that I have been able to study at all this week. Classroom and water presentations have been improving, selling techniques have been established and my practice exams are starting to resemble something ...
... 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. ...
... their camera in to take a picture. I'm as guilty as the next guy, but the next day it was nicer when there were just two other divers in our group and we could space out a bit and take in all there was to see. Lots of amazing corals, tons of smaller fish, a few turtles and a moray eel chowing down on an unlucky lionfish were the highlights. Back on shore, we dozed, walked around the main streets, drank rum out of fresh coconut and spent an inordinate amount of time searching ...
... 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 ...
This morning we met up with everyone from our dive groups to complete our knowledge reviews for each dive in our AOW course. This was the last thing we had to do to become deep water certified. We went over the answers with Yotam on the deck and logged our 5 dives from the course in our log books and we are certified!
Sadly 'one more night' had lasted long enough and three days after they were meant to leave we said a sad goodbye to Dave, Charlie and Bob, who were ...