Omega Jungle Lodge
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOmega Jungle Lodge La Ceiba
Wicked place at a reasonable cost. Great staff. Calm and relaxing. Great food and atmosphere.
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Due to an impending ice storm our flight from Little Rock to Atlanta was cancelled. After a flurry of phone calls to Delta, Matthew (Andrew's brother who is traveling with us), and our places of work we were able to change our flights to one day earlier and get an extra day off work! At 10 PM we were relieved to have solid plans again and get a ' …
... but that was now out of the question. We did our skills and I was soooo cold under water. My instructor was like "wow Candice you really wanted to get out of the water, you were doing your skills so fast! " Anthony actually had to go up early once again because he got low on air. It was the best feeling when we did come out of the water and then I had the luxury of a hot shower!! We then went for dinner with Mitch and ...
... Although the story isn't great the site is still a lot of fun. Apparently each time a working instructor leaves the island they are to place an item of their choice with the wreck. Multiple bikes, toilets barbecues and everything else lay on or next to the ship creating a fair amount of eye candy for everyone who looks and or needs a new Instagram photo. To makes things a little more interesting I went full funky with my trunks and scored some photos almost looking full naked - ...
... t very deep (only 18 meters) I expected to relax on the boat at least for 30 minutes. Instead we put our BCDs on a new tank very quickly and jumped to the water again. This time the visibility was a little bit better. We saw mainly coral, a few small fish and a tiny crab. During both dives I was very cold underwater. Since the dive was very shallow and the sea was moving quite a lot I felt a little bit dizzy as well. At the end of the second dive (after some 40 minutes) one of the ...
... chapters I would be able to join the course scheduled to start the next day, so away I went.
Luckily I watched the videos on Saturday night as there was no power when I awoke on Sunday morning, this is a regular occurrence on Utila as power is provided by diesel generate that breaks down every week or two. As it turns out the rough weather that made my transit so much fun had also reduced the underwater visibility to less than 1 metre, the two confined ...