Whoa – that went by fast. I created this blog exactly one year ago today. If you told me then that I’d be writing the first post of 2016 from Key Largo outside on our deck I wouldn’t have believed you for one second. Last year it was freezing on New Year’s and we, Read More
We loved Utila & it has a lot going for it, but is it the place we’ll start out when we go where it’s warm? Let’s break down the pros and cons as they apply to us:
Now for my most important post about Utila, the DIVING!!! If you’re planning a trip to Utila, picking a shop to dive with can feel pretty daunting with all of the choices on the island. Every shop is unique with its own vibe & personality so it’s important to get this right. After a, Read More
So you just got on the island and you’re starving from a long day of travel, what’s good? A lot of places close for a couple of hours between lunch & dinner, if you’ve arrived at this time (as we did) your choices will be somewhat limited. You might want to pop into Bush’s, Read More
I’m back with a bit more info for you on Utila. A question that comes up with every trip is what to pack so I’ll break it down for you in this post. Utila is an extremely casual island & you need to bring way less than you think!
We’re back from Utila and we LOVED it! Utila isn’t for everyone, no where is, but on Utila there aren’t any other options, it is what it is and we loved it. It’s rustic and simple. There are no big resorts, restaurants are open-air & few places have AC or take credit cards. There, Read More
Hey Everyone! We’re all packed and ready to go on the first flight out of here tomorrow morning. We’ve got some shows downloaded on our iPad for the plane (anyone watching HBO’s Silicon Valley?) and we’ll get a few movies to go along with them tonight. I also bought the latest Jonathon Tropper book,, Read More
Yep, you guessed it, our next adventure is to Utila & it’s less than a month away! Utila is the smallest of the Honduran Bay Islands, also the flattest & the closest to the mainland. It’s also widely known as one the cheapest if not the cheapest place in the world for scuba certifications., Read More