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  1. Hi Everyone, Wanted to share my latest. This was a trip to Roatan Honduras last week. Hope you all enjoy! -Dustin
  2. I had a scuba diving trip to Utila Island (and Roatan Island) in Honduras in August. It's a quick flight from United States to Roatan through Houston. You will fly over Belize Blue Hole on the way. You need to take a boat or small plane flight from Roatan to Utila. It takes about 3 hours by a small boat. I stayed at Utila for four days and dove three days. My dive shop of choice was Utila Dive Center (UDC). People there are an excellent and diving in Utila is really inexpensive! It's only $30 for two dives since I brought all of my diving equipment. Photos are taken with Panasonic GX7 with Nauticam NA-GX7 housing and YS-D1 + YS-02 strobes. This outfit makes a great small system. I hand carried all my expensive diving gear in 1510 Pelican Case. Water was very warm and very salty! You will need more weights to sink in this part of sea. Island itself is a great place to explorer. I especially liked a graveyard up the hill. Overall I highly recommend to get to Utila and spend at least three days. Thank you for reading! Here is the gallery: http://shinsakuarima.zenfolio.com/p325703177 Shin
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