Parrot Tree Plantation
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... ago, for our deep dive which was really awesome.
Usually the instructor opens an egg under water to demonstrate something, but a big fish had different plans and ate it within 0.5sec, so no show for us. We both didnt get Nitrogen narcosis but some people already get it at thirty metres and start acting silly trying to give their regulatopr to fish and things like that.
We also went for a night dive , where we saw huge crabs, ...
Like all good things, my trip to Roatan has come to an end...! Kenfor called his boy to cab me over to the airport, so I only have to pay $10 as opposes to like $20. I dropped by Anthony's Key to pay. Almost all of their divers are people who stay there on package deals (dives, room and meals), so they didn't really keep track of my dives. Honor system, I guess! It was $40 ...
Diving day! I had three dives today. We had two morning dives-- the first one was a wreck dive. We went down to 110ft (deep!) and saw Aguila, a ship that sunk in 1997. There were a LOT of cool marine creatures, like big eels and eagle rays. My dive buddy Carol was taking pictures up close to the wreck and I saw a huge eel snake up her leg! I tried to get her attention, but by then, she turned around and the eagle was in her face! She FREAKED OUT, haha. We stopped by Maya ...
I woke up way too early today. It's the sun, I tell you! We hopped on a truck bed packed with other Clinica Esperanza volunteers. Every Sunday they go to Infinity Bay to go snorkeling. I was told it's pristine and beautiful, so I decided to skip diving today and tag along. The truck went across the island and over the hills instead of going around along the shore. It was a bumpy but fun ride, and we could see both sides of the island from the top! Once ...
Sun rises really early here. They are in central standard time all year around. They attempted day light saving time once, and all hell broke loose. I believe it-- I don't see these islanders diligently changing their clocks twice a year! As a result, sun rises at like 5:30am and sets at 6:30pm. So I woke up around 6, stayed in bed for another hour, then made some delicious cheese and onion omelette and hash browns for Sarah and me! Watching those episodes ...