Category: Honduras

By , April 27, 2012 11:00 am

It’s been a little while since we posted videos and stories from underwater for you.  So I thought that while we are gliding over the Atlantic Ocean in our 5 star cruise liner, eating and drinking everything in sight, it would be nice for us to share the last of our video footage from Utila, Honduras with you.  I hope you enjoy.

By , April 20, 2012 2:01 pm

As far as I can tell, Copan Ruinas is “the” Mayan site to visit in Honduras. More generally, one could say it’s also “the” tourist destination in Honduras. Put another way, if someone has been to Honduras, they’ve probably been to Copan Ruinas. Copan Ruinas is actually the name of a town located in the foothills of Honduras very close to both the El Salvadorian and Guatemalan borders. In our &#91read more]

By , March 3, 2012 6:59 pm

Summing up our time in Honduras is fairly easy… we spent three and a half months in Utila, Honduras (and the neighbouring Jewel Cay).  The only other cities we visited (La Ceiba and San Pedro Sula) were required stays to get in and out of Utila. Honduras Statistics: Length of Stay: 107 days Average Cost per Day for Two People including ALL of our scuba diving courses: $52.97 CAD Average &#91read more]

By , March 1, 2012 8:45 am

Coral Bluebell Tunicates Mooring Line Coral Pilot Whale Skeleton Divers at Halliburton Wreck Coral Great view Bike at the Wreck Sand Coral Coral Divers at the wreck

By , February 28, 2012 8:48 pm

Butterflyfish Horse-eye Jacks & Barracuda Burrfish Flamingo Tongue Hermit Crab Coral Lizardfish Banded Coral Shrimp Green Moray Eel Feather Dusters Sea Urchin

By , February 23, 2012 8:59 pm

We’ve been going on and on about how we decided to become divemasters in Utila, but it’s come to my attention that most people outside of the diving world don’t really know what a divemaster does.  So let’s change that, shall we? We, as divemasters, can not teach you, our lovely friends and family, how to scuba dive.  We would have to become instructors for that, another course that comes &#91read more]

By , February 20, 2012 4:29 pm

That’s it. Three months after arriving in Utila, it’s time to say goodbye. It’s bittersweet in a way, this is the only time so far in our trip where we’ve had to move on. We are scheduled to meet Ashley’s mom and her mom’s boyfriend in Nicaragua. A plan that was hatched just before we decided to take a trip on the vomit comet… before scuba diving. But that’s life… &#91read more]