Omega Jungle Lodge
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
- Outdoor pool
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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 ' …
... and Georgia, two Spanish girls, Charlie, Mora, Ali and I), and the food was amazing!
After stuffing ourselves full we went back to Blair's to retrieve our rum from the night before and ended up staying there for drinks and heading out to Treetanic with him, DMT Ali, Freesia, Channel and Trav. We met everyone from dinner in the bar and sat in a tunnel at the back so us could sneak our own drinks for a while. The bar was built by an artist and is decorated all over ...
With our comedic fill for the day, we thanked Eduardo for his ever so enlightening recollection of Mayan history from the movies and walked back into town.
That evening we all had dinner together and set about to plan what was next on the cards. Rach and I were planning to head to Gracias which was a small town in the ...
... the bay, looking across, with rooms and full wraparound verandah over the water. First hot shower in a long time and we were even allowed to flush the toilet paper down the toilet... (if you have ever travelled in these countries you will understand the significance of this). Our room was cleaned every day and it was just lovely. - Bird of Paradise guesthouse. We met 'the Italians' in Utila again (not previously mentioned, but we met them on a bus trip from Semuc ...
... that I can't just look away, each child with bare feet, each dog with no home, worms & fleas, local indigenous women begging on the street, it has all imprinted on my heart, and the scar will remain with me, the only way to heal my heart, is to take responsibility and to do something to change it no matter how small. The Ferry ride was relatively quick, and less tumultuous than the day I arrived on Utila, the boys slept, I was unable to as I was freezing due to the ...