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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Chillies West End
Belonging to the "Native Sons" Diving School, this is a real good buy - especially when you go for the little wooden cabins with private bathroom in the garden behind the building. They are nice, clean, equipped with a fan (what is really sufficient) and one of them has a private kitchen and one is supplied with hot water shower, too. For the others there is a fully equipped shared kitchen an cold water only.
They also have shared rooms for 3 to 4 persons with shared bathroom. For all accomodations you can get a liitle discount if you are going to dive with them.
The people are friendly and the "Sundowners" Bar ist just across the road. The beachfront is nice and clean and the diving school well equipped with good, professional staff.
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When we started planning our sabbatical in 2013 one of our 'must see destinations' was the Bay Islands in Honduras which is famous the world-class scuba diving. Some say it is the cheapest place to get certified, but thanks to the favourable exchange rate when we were in Colombia we paid less in Taganga for our PADI Advanced Open Water and Rescue …
Caillou se lève tôt et va déjeuner, car il a sa dernière plongée à 8:30. Roseline fait la frace matinée pendant ce temps... Je fais la plus belle plongée de toutes! J'ai la chance de voir un grosse anguille verte se promener et manger des poissons. 3 tortues et une autre sorte plus pâle. Plusieurs bancs de poissons noirs et bleus, de gros poissons argentés et plusieurs autres... Bref une super.dernière ...
... Hammocks, sand and water abound and I think Rob is suitably impressed. In the evening Rob watched diving videos and I just waited around reading. Went to dinner with him but ran into Jo from San Pedro and her friend and spent the rest of the evening with them, visiting various locations around Utila. Reunited with Stephanie and Lindsay who I travelled with in Mexico and Belize. Small community this one! Didn't get to sleep until very ...
... its search to snorkel the surrounding reef. This was our first view of the reef that we would be getting to know as we graduated to our open water dives. Chad, always looking for training opportunities showed us how to skin dive. Skin diving is similar to diving without the use of SCUBA. You hyperventilate to expand your lung volume for a longer breath and thrust your head quickly down to gain depth. ...
... of their work and their passion for the people they served. We pulled into La Ceiba late, with downtown eerily vacant on a Sunday night. Honduras unfortunately suffers from tons of violent crime and recently has suffered miserably from narcotrafficking. While travelers remain largely removed from this crime, it is very real as there was a cartel president assassinated in La Ceiba around the time I was there and another group of narcos blown up ...