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Utila East Wind
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Issue no. 6
Bay Islands, Honduras
New Monthly Newspaper
Utila East Wind
October, 2005
Dedicated to Utila
BluePages
Fish hooks
and fancy
rescues
7
Special on
Free Diving
8&9
Municipality Talks 3 • Weather 3 • Bar & Restaurant Listings 11 • Puzzles 14 • Classifieds 13 • Horoscopes 14 • Sport 16
Earthquake!
failing that protect your head under a table.
The worst of the quake hits in the
first 30seconds, if it hasn’t got
stronger by then you can usually
relax.
~
Utila East Wind Staff
irls screamed, builders
clung to their scaffolding and worried residents ran out of their houses
when a 5.8 magnitude earthquake shook Utila at 7.48am
on the morning of Friday 24th
September.
The initial bang even the woke
the most hungover of sleepers
and took everyone by surprise,
“I nearly jumped out of my window… naked!” said a confused
Mr.G.
Although the quake, centred under the ocean 90km WNW of
La Ceiba, was strong enough to
knock items off shelves it caused
little damage on the island apart
from a few cracks in the walls.
Despite rumours of chunks falling off the public school building
it remained intact however the
hoards of frightened kids (and
teachers) were sent home immediately.
“Everyone overreacted because
they don’t know about earthquakes, we`re going to teach the
children and the teachers what to
do next time,” said Mery Duenas
who, along with the Director, was
absent on the day of the incident.
Although Utila does lie on a fault
line, earthquakes are pretty rare.
The quake was felt on the mainland in San Pedro Sula and La
Ceiba, but no damage was reported.
In the event of an earthquake try
to avoid fleeing your house in
panic, you’re more likely to get
hit by flying debris.
Instead duck under a doorway
as these are unlikely to collapse,
G
Independence Day
Little Fernando Bodden carries the national flag as part of this years Independence Day march
What was HOT
and what was NOT
Independence
Day Uncovered
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Las niñas gritaron, los carpinteros se abrazaron a sus techos y
los residentes abandonaron corriendo sus casas cuando un terremoto de magnitud 5.8 sacudió
Utila a las 7.48 am en la mañana
del viernes 24 de septiembre.
El sacudón inicial despertó
hasta el más “engomado” de
los dormilones y tomó a todos
por sorpresa, “Casi salto por
mi ventana… desnudo!” dijo un
confundido Sr. G.
Aunque el temblor, centrado
bajo el océano a 90 km ONO de
La Ceiba, fue lo suficientemente
fuerte para arrojar objetos fuera
de sus estantes, causó poco daño
en la isla aparte de unas pocas
rajaduras en la paredes.
A pesar de los rumores sobre
grandes bloques cayendo del
edificio de la escuela pública, el
mismo permaneció intacto, sin
embargo las hordas de niños (y
maestros) aterrorizados fueron
enviados a casa inmediatamente.
“Todos reaccionaron de más
porque no conocen de terremotos, vamos a enseñar a los niños
y maestros qué hacer para la
próxima vez”, dijo Mery Duenas, quien junto con la Directora
Maria Hortensia Bueso estuvo
ausente el día del incidente.
Aunque Utila yace en una línea
Cont. on pg. 3
Hurricane
Readers Poll!
Preparedness
Dr. John,
A Warning
from Herb White
Friend or Foe?
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Have your say
6
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Utila East Wind
October, 2005
NEWSINBRIEF Victorious Cancer Battle
Desalination plants
The much awaited desalination plants donated by the Spanish government finally arrived safely on the island.
Drilling has begun to reach uncontaminated salt water 200m underground in order to supply the plants.
The stone laying ceremony for the new building is due to be held on
12th October.
“Everyone is welcome to attend, please come and show your appreciation,” said Mayor Alton Cooper.
It is hoped the plants will be producing water by march next year.
Katrina and Rita raise prices
Fuel and electricity prices on the Island increased at the beginning of
September in reaction to the effects of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.
Both storms caused havoc for oil platforms in the Gulf disrupting production and causing crude oil prices across the world to spiral.
At the end of the month UPCO announced a further raise in tarifs to
Lps. 5.15 / kW, due to take effect on the 5th of October.
Love sick lad in daring jet ski crossing
One devoted boyfriend was so exited about
the return of his girl that he got the dates of
her arrival mixed up. Upon discovering late
that she would be in Tegucigalpa that evening
he jumped aboard a jet-ski and speeded off
to the mainland as fast as he could.
“I made it! but boy did my a**e hurt after the
ride” he said.
And all because the lady loves...
New mission for HQTV
Johnny Hinds has begun round the clock religious broadcasting from
the comfort of his own front room.
Mr. Hinds, owner of Utilas only cable channel, will be responsible for
changing videotapes throughout the night.
He has invited all churches to come to his house and have their own
broadcast time.
“I’m on a mission from God, all churches are welcome,” said Mr.
Hinds.
Shelby McNabs popular evening news show will continue with the
recent addition of caller screening and id to help filter prank callers.
Methodist VIPs grace Utila
Methodist dignitaries Rev. Dr.
George Mulrain, Connexional President in the Caribbean and Americas
and Rev. C. David Goff, District
President, visited the Island on September 10th.
It was their first visit to the island
where they were well looked after
by Rev. Janet Corlett.
Island recycling
A new recycling initiative for the island is being
coordinated by Victor Lobo, owner of Victors
Store opposite the Bundu Cafe.
Bottles with a recycled ‘dot’ on the bottom and
paper (not cardboard) can be delivered directly to
Mr. Lobo`s store, or ask your nearest dive shop
if they collect.
Innovative new courses at BICD
Bartending (where you actually get to work in a bar) and DJ-ing courses are now available at the Bay Islands College of Diving alongside the
traditional dive courses.
D’Arcy Kelly has big plans for the new Whale Shark Research Center
at the College.
“Eventually we want to establish a dive university, providing courses
in any skill that’s useful in or alongside the diving industry.” said Mr.
Kelly.
As well as housing the ‘dive university’ the building will also provide
facilities for marine science students and researchers.
Y
oung Lejourn Hill, 9,
bravely spent the last
three years battling
leukaemia. He is now in remission and told us about
his experiences.
How did you find out you
had leukaemia?
I was getting fever and headaches, mum kept carryin me
to Ceiba but they said it was
normal. Eventually we went
San Pedro Sula, the doctor
took one look at my hands and
said I had leukaemia.
Tell us about the treatment?
I had chemotherapy for three
years, every week I had a shot,
it makes you sick for a few
days, my bones and head hurt,
I lost my hair. Twice a month I
gave a blood test but the worst
was the back test. They put a
rod into my back to take bone
marrow to see for cancer cells
every three months. I didn’t
like that.
What about school?
I couldn’t go school, I would
get sick off the other kids too
often. But I’m back now.
How did you find hospital?
I made a lot of friends in hospital but it was sad because we
would go back and they were
gone, they died.
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THANK YOU TO THE FOLLOWING
FOR THEIR HELP AND SUPPORT
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One day I met the presidents
wife, she came and took her
picture with me.
The great news is you’re
now in remission, tell us
what that means.
I don’t have to take chemo
anymore but I still have to be
checked every month for the
next five years.
Is there anybody you want
to thank?
Thanks to God and my grandma and grandpa, and the Hospital Escuela for helping me.
Thank you to Lejourn and his
mum for speaking to us, we
wish him all the luck in the
future.
~
El joven Lejourn Hill de 9
años de edad pasó los últimos 3 años luchando valientemente contra la leucemia y
recientemente la hizo retroceder. El nos contó acerca de
sus experiencias.
Cómo descubriste que tenías
leucemia ?
Estaba teniendo fiebre y dolores de cabeza, mamá lo pasaba llevándome a Ceiba pero
ellos decían que era normal.
Eventualmente fuimos hasta
San Pedro Sula, el doctor
echó una Mirada a mis manos
y dijo que yo tenía leucemia.
Háblanos del tratamiento
Hice quimoterapia por tres
años, cada semana me daban
una inyección, te pone enfermo por unos días, me dolían
los huesos y la cabeza, perdí
el pelo. Dos veces por mes me
hacían un test de sangre pero
lo peor fue el test de la espalda. Pusieron una varilla en mi
espalda para tomar médula
ósea para buscar células cancerosas cada tres meses. Eso
no me gustó.
Qué pasó con la escuela ?
No podía ir a la escuela,
me enfermaba de los
otros chicos muy seguido. Pero ahora estoy
de vuelta.
Que te pareció el hospital ?
En el hospital hice un
montón de amigos pero
fue triste porque volvíamos y ya no estaban,
habían muerto.
Un día conocí a la esposa del presidente, ella
vino y se tomó una foto
conmigo.
Dinos sobre tu recuperación
Ya no tengo que hacer más
quimoterapia pero todavía me
tengo que hacer revisar cada
mes por los próximos cinco
años.
Hay alguien a quien quieras
agradecer ?
Gracias a Dios y a mis abuelos, y al Hospital Escuela por
ayudarme.
Gracias a Lejourn y su madre
para
hablar con
nosotros y
mucho suerte para
el futuro.
■
Map showing epicentre of quake
Cont. from pg. 1
de falla, los terremotos son
muy raros.
El temblor se sintió en la
costa en La Ceiba y San
Pedro Sula pero no se reportaron daños.
En caso de un terremoto
trate de evitar huir de su
casa en pánico, es más
probable que sea alcanzado
por objetos volando alrededor.
Por el contrario, protéjase
debajo del arco de alguna
puerta ya que es improbable que éstos colapsen, si
no puede, hágalo debajo de
alguna mesa.
Lo peor del terremoto
ocurre en los primeros 30
segundos, si no se ha puesto
más fuerte hasta entonces
normalmente usted se puede
relajar.■
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Utila East Wind
Weather
October, 2005
Outlook
October marks the start of
the rainy season on Utila,
bringing with it relief
from the high temperatures and swarming flies
of August and September.
The rain usually continues until January or February, most common in
the late afternoons and
early evenings.
Hurricanes continue to
threaten the entire region.
This stage of the season
often sees activity in our
part of the western Caribbean, watch ‘Tropical
Update’ at 50 mins past
the hour on the Weather
Channel (30) for up-todate information.
Moons
3rd Oct.
10th Oct.
17th Oct.
25th Oct.
Atlantic
Hurricane
Season 2005
This years hurricane
season has been unprecedented both in
the number of systems
and in their severity.
Record breaking hurricanes Katrina and
Av. temp 85ºF / 29ºC
Ten yr. high 91ºF / 33ºC Rita, both among the
five strongest hurricanes on record, caused
Av. rainfall 17in. / 43cm widespread devastation
Ten yr. high 35in. / 89cm along the US Gulf coast
within weeks of each
other.
Sunrise ≈ 5:52AM It is likely that, for the
first time ever, all the
Sunset ≈ 5:39PM
seasons prepared names
will be used, storms
Water temp 84ºF / 29ºC will then be named by
the greek alphabet.
Quotesof
theMonth
MUNICIPALITY
TALKS
MAYOR ALTON COOPER
Congratulations to the kids for
a fantastic show on September 15th, it was good to see the
whole town out enjoying themselves.
I would also like to give a big
thanks to Randy Cordone, a
great guy who’s given up much
of his time helping the kids
improve their baseball skills, a
real asset to the community.
And now with September
over lets all hope that October
brings us a break from the pestering flies!
▼▼
We`ve had an exciting breakthrough with the major Islandwide sanitation project. Soon all
homes and businesses will be
provided with proper sanitation
systems. Before finalising plans
technicians will visit each and
every household to talk to residents and discuss different possibilities. I ask everyone to please
co-operate with them as they are
working to try and help you.
▼▼
I would like to invite everyone to
the stone laying ceremony for the
desalination plants on the 12th of
October. As an expensive project
it would be nice for the community to show their appreciation by
attending.
Drilling for uncontaminated salt
water to supply the plants has
begun and the project should be
fully operational by March.
None of this would have been
possible without the generous
property donation of Leiscter
Jones (Mr. Slunken).
▼▼
The Cayes received new benches
and chairs for the school, with
thanks to the ongoing support of
Licenciada Olivera, Director of
Education for the Bay Islands.
Work also continued on the water pipelines, which should be up
and running at last.
▼▼
New bug spraying equipment is
on its way, we will continue to
use toxins especially designed
for delicate natural environments
like Utila.
▼▼
The Methodist school has been
blessed with twenty more computers thanks again to Dr. Hal
and Donna Beuyer.
▼▼
Roadworks will ease off as we
start getting more rain and after
a quiet September lets hope October brings a few more customers to the Islands businesses.
Your Mayor,
Alton Cooper
Felicitaciones a los niños y
jóvenes por la fantástica presentación del 15 de Septiembre.
También quisiera agradecer
grandemente a Randy Cordone,
una gran persona que ha dado
mucho de su tiempo ayudando a
los muchachos a mejorar sus técnicas de Béisbol, de gran valor
para la comunidad.
Ahora con el mes de Septiembre
finalizado esperemos que Octubre nos de un descanso de las
plagas!
▼▼
Hemos tenido un emocionante
avance que el proyecto de saneamiento para la isla. Pronto
todas las casas y negocios serán
provistos de sistemas de saneamiento adecuado. Antes de finalizar la planificación los técnicos
visitarán cada una de las casas
para platicar con los residentes y
discutir diferentes posibilidades.
Solicito la cooperación de todos
con ellos mientras ellos trabajan
y tratan de ayudarles.
▼▼
Me gustaría invitar a todos a la
ceremonia de la puesta de la primera piedra para la Planta Desalinizadora el 12 de Octubre. Es
un proyecto muy caro y será muy
gratificante que la comunidad de
a conocer su apreciación al participar de la ceremonia.
El proyecto sería completamente
funcional para Marzo.
Nada de esto podría haber sido
posible sin la generosa donación
de la propiedad por el señor
Leiscter Jones (Mr. Slunken).
▼▼
Los Cayos recibieron nuevas
mesas y sillas para la escuela,
agradeciendo al constante apoyo
de la Licenciada Olivera, Directora de Educación para las Islas
de la Bahía. También continúa el
trabajo con la tubería de agua
potable, la cual estará finalmente
funcionando.
▼▼
La Escuela Metodista ha sido
bendecida con 20 computadoras
mas gracias a otra vez al Dr. Hal
y Donna Beuyer.
▼▼
El trabajo de las calles se parará
un poco a medida que tengamos
mas lluvias y después de un silencioso Septiembre esperemos que
Octubre traiga mas clientes a los
negocios de Utila. ■
“
I was just
about to jump
out of the
window.........
naked.
”
Mr. G’s reaction
to the earthquake.
“
We plan
to offer courses
in DJing and
bartending....
”
BICD Manager
D’Arcy Kelly
“
I wont
compromise, if
I can’t do it my
way I quit! Its
not my fault if
people can`t take
a *******
joke!
”
Dr John on his
once regular
column.
“
I can’t afford
the open water
course, I’ll just
take a few fun
dives
”
Said an uncertified, potential
customer who
thought he could
just pick it up.
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Utila East Wind
A
ndependence Day!
n
army of
residents thronged
the crossroads on
September 15th to celebrate
Honduran
Independence
day.
The kids put on an impressive
display marching through town
in an explosion of colour, singing and dancing, flaunting their
spectacular costumes.
Teams of girls with pink pompoms, little boys in suits and
shades and dizzying hula hula
girls paraded down the main
street stopping every fifty meters to perform for enthusiastic
onlookers, showing that all
those months of constant practising were worth it!
“The rascals woke me up every
morning with their banging,
but this is fantastic - what an
atmosphere!” said Ben Smith,
tourist.
After a break for lunch festivities continued with more traditional fun and games organised
by Johnny Hinds with the assistance of Tony Zelaya and
funded by the municipality.
The ever popular boxing ring
provided a stage for young
bravados to release tensions
and the seemingly impossible
greasy pole had crowds holding their breath in suspense.
“It’s twenty meters tall and
lathered in grease, the kids
that get to the top and grab the
money have got no fear.” said
Charles Connor.
The prize was eventually won
by twelve year old Efrain Jeronimó Poblonc, who claimed
the Lps. 4000 to share with his
team.
Throughout the festivities
money was fired out from
above thrilling the crowds and
garifuna dancers had people
grooving in the streets.
“It looked like it was going to
rain so we finished the games
early, unfortunately we had no
time for the traditional soda
drinking and spaghetti eating
contests.” said Mr Hinds.
A marathon was also organised
for the first time this year raising Lps. 1250 for the Centro de
Salud.
Thirty eight fit athletes ran from
Bar in the Bush to the airport
and back all competing for trophies donated by Richard Del
Ormo, mayoral candidate.
“The marathon is a good idea
but it’s a shame it was at the
same time as the traditional
games, we didn’t have as many
adults competing this year as
we usually do.” said Mr Hinds.
As the day drew to a close
families put tired children to
bed and those who hadn’t had
enough beer already headed for
the bars.
~
Un ejército de marchantes
colmó los caminos el 15 de
septiembre, para celebrar el
Día de la Independencia de
Honduras.
Los chicos hicieron una presentación
impresionante
marchando por el pueblo en
una explosión de color, cantando y danzando, luciendo trajes
espectaculares.
Equipos de chicas con pom
pones rosados, niños de traje y
anteojos negros y chicas hula
hula que mareaban desfilaron
por la calle principal parando
cada cincuenta metros para
hacer su show ante el público
entusiasmado, demostrando
que valieron la pana todos esos
meses de intensa práctica !.
Los niños me despertaron cada
mañana con sus tambores, pero
esto es fantástico, qué atmósfera!” dijo Ben Smith, turista
Después de un intervalo para
almorzar las festividades continuaron con diversión más
tradicional y juegos, organizados por Johny Hinds con la
asistencia de Tony Zelaya y con
fondos de la municipalidad.
El ring de boxeo siempre popular proveyó el escenario para
que los pequeños valientes
iberaran sus tensiones y el
aparentemente imposible palo
encebado mantuvo a las multitudes sin aliento.
“Tiene veinte metros de alto y
está bien cubierto de grasa, los
chicos que llegan hasta arriba
y toman el dinero no conocen
el miedo.” Dijo Charles Connor.
El premio fué Ganado eventualmente por Efrain Jerónimo
Poblonc de doce años, que
conquistó las 4000 lempiras
para compartir con su equipo.
A lo largo de las festividades
se arrojó dinero desde el cielo
excitando a las multitudes y los
danzantes garífunas tuvieron a
la gente moviendo las caderas
en las calles.
“Parecía que iba a llover, por
eso terminamos los juegos temprano, desafortunadamente no
tuvimos tiempo para los concursos tradicionales de
tomar
Head to head in the boxing ring
What was HOT and
what was NOT!
Jeronemo!
(Effrain Jeronemo Poblonc)
Top of the greasy pole
HOT
Ganador del
poste grasiento
Suits and shades
Trajes y gafas de sol
Taking the day
off work
Tomando un dia
libre de trabajo
Pink
Rosa
Cheap beer
Cerveza mas barato
Drums
Tambores
Independence day
T-shirts
Being drunk in
front of your mum
Sandflies
Jejenes
Whatever happened to....
Bath tub racing
Kids paddle in tubs from dock to
dock.
Horse Racing
Bareback through town - add a
modern twist and race your golf
cart?
Greasy Hog
Take one healthy pig, shave it,
smother it in grease and chase it!
Winner gets the hog!
Looking good - A young drummer in the parade
refrescos y
comer spaguetti.” Dijo el Sr.
Hinds.
También se organizó una Maratón porprimera vez este año
recaudando 1250 lempiras
para el Centro de Salud.
Treinta y ocho fornidos atletas
corrieron desde Bar in the Bush
al aeropuerto y vuelta compitiendo por trofeos donados por
Richard Del Olmo, candidato a
Alcalde.
“La maratón es una buena
idea paero es una pena que fué
al mismo tiempo que los juegos
tradicionales, no hemos tenido
tantos adultos compitiendo
este año como normalmente
tenemos.” Dijo el Sr. Hinds.
Al acercarse el día a su cierre
las familias pusieron los niños
en la cama y aquéllos que no
habían tenido suficiente cerveza todavía se dirigieron a los
bares. ■
October 2005
Carrera de bañaderas
Niños compitiendo de un muelle
a otro, remando en bañaderas.
Carrera de caballos
En pelo por el pueblo – agregue
un toque moderno y corra con su
carro de golf ?
Cerdo encebado
Tome un cerdo en buen estado,
aféitelo, báñelo en grasa y persígalo!
The heat
El calor
COLD
September 15th is Independence day across
Central America. Until that day in 1821
Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador,
Belize, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, and Panama
were ruled by Spain.
In 1810 a rising tide of disaffection with the
Spanish rule erupted into riots in Mexico, the
violence quickly spread throughout Central
America and by 1821, after three centuries,
the link with Spain was finally severed.
Honduras remained a part of Mexico before
briefly becoming a member of the Central
American Federation. It declared its Independence as a separate nation on November
5th 1838.
~
El 15 de Septiempre es Día de la Independencia en Centroamérica.
Hasta ese día en 1821 México, Guatemala,
Honduras, El Salvador, Belize, Costa Rica,
Nicaragua, y Panamá estaban en poder de
España.
En 1810 una marea creciente de desafiliación con España desembocó en revueltas
en México, la violencia se esparció rápidamente a lo largo de Centroamércia y para
1821, después de tres siglos, los lazos con
España finalmente se rompieron.
Honduras permaneció parte de México
brevemente antes de convertirse en miembro
de la Federación Centroamericana. Declaró
su Independencia como una nación aparte
el 5 de noviembre de 1838. ■
Letters to the Editor
Independence Day
A Brief History
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Utila East Wind
October, 2005
Hurricane - only you can be prepared.
Many of our current habitantes were not here for
Fifi, Francelia or Mitch, if a storm were to strike
Utila here’s what would likely happen to you?
Boats will not depart or arrive during the storms,
or may even be sunk. Stores will quickly run out
of food and supplies.
Your home may vanish. Streets and roads will
be impassible. You may be seriously injured- we
only have two doctors and limited supplies.
Cell phones may not be working and home
phones will fail.
You will most likely loose your job or source of
income as businesses are damaged, destroyed or
closed. Utilities will stop due to damage to the
power lines for days or weeks, no electricity, no
water, no refrigeration. Low laying areas will be
flooded during the storm surge.
What can you do to be prepared?
Chose a “safe area or room”.
Put all your documents and important papers
into ziplock bags.
Store at least 7 gallons of drinking water per
person.
Store non-perishable foods to last for a period of
at least two weeks.
Have at least one working flashlight with fresh
batteries.
If you cook with butane have a full tank on
hand.
Have a months supply of any medicines, baby
food or supplies on hand and don’t forget a first
aid kit for minor emergencies.
Keep a supply of mosquito spray, they wont all
be blown away and there will be mucho flies.
Have an AM-FM radio handy, there will be no
cable, no t.v and no phones most likely.
If you are lucky enough to have a VHF radio
make sure your batteries are charged before the
storm. VHF may be the only means of communication, along with walkie talkies.
Don’t depend on others to help you and your
family.Don’t say you’re too poor to help yourself! I see hundreds of you on motos, scooters, 4
wheelers and golf carts with a coke in one hand
and a bag of greasy chips in the other.
It’s all up to you! And don’t blame other people
if you are not prepared. You are the only factor
in being ready for the big one.
Think! and Pray!
Herb White
I Remember
There was a place…
long ago and far away,
and I can still remember,
Utila Bay.
Where down on the corner,
we would gather at night;
to see them dancing in Edward’s Hall,
and usually there’d be a fight.
I can still remember,
I remember the sight.
There was Cap`n Arch,
and his Mary L;
Monday mornings like clockwork to Ceiba,
and she was slow as hell.
I can still remember,
I remember it well.
Half a cent black candy,
a three cent bread;
with only one Lempira,
a family of four was fed.
I remember.
Five cents for a hand of bananas,
ten cents for a picture show;
if Tarzan or The Durango Kid were playing…
you knew you had to go.
A plantain trash bed,
and a chamber pot;
I remember eating Holly Hollies…
at Frank`s shop.
Barefoot boys and two-shoe girls,
The Silver Slipper and hot-comb curls;
stick-horse riding cowboys,
playing marbles with Ms. Lilly Gay,
anytime you broke the Fourth Commandment…
you knew you had to pay.
I remember…
Utila Bay.
Christmas was special,
for each girl and boy;
an apple they would give us..
and if lucky… a toy.
Two cents sugar and a three cent bun,
Mr. Spurgeon selling chicharon,
and Lisha drinking rum.
Lines of wheelbarrows,
Would form at The Well;
Stealing chickens at midnight…
Hoping no one would tell.
I remember…I remember it well.
That was Utila of a long time ago,
where those times went I do not know;
all I am left with are memories of yesterday,
but I can still remember… Utila Bay.
Got something to say? Then we want to hear it.
To submit letters or suggestions contact Tara or Louise on 373 8530 or email
[email protected]
October, 2005
Utila East Wind
THE NAKED
DINER
news&reviews
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TOP FIVE THIS MONTH
Mango Gelateria
Hot Chocolate Lps. 20
Really tasty comes with delicious whipped
cream. Add a muffin for Lps.10. Don’t forget
the mouth watering variety of ice creams. A
bit pricey but good for a treat. ★★★★☆
Zanzibar
Fish, rice, beans and salad Lps. 85
Great beans and tasty fish. Good value for
money. Try the fresh juices and creamy
shakes. Watch the world go by on the streetside balcony, can be slow.
★★★☆☆
Mermaids
Chicken in BBQ sauce Lps.70
Fastest food on the island, good for take away.
Great meatballs and mashed potatoes with gravy. Clean and bright. Choose your meal carefully, it can add up!
★★★☆☆
Coopers
Pizza Lps. 100
Big pizzas good value, crispy base with a
nice amount of toppings but the sauce is quite
sweet. Great takeaway or take advantage of
the handy delivery service.
★★★☆☆
Island Cafe
Roast Pork (Saturday nights) Lps. 89
A very nice island tradition, great to see families out to eat. Open kitchen, you can watch
as your food is prepared. Lacking a little atmosphere.
★★☆☆☆
WORLDNEWS
Killer Flipper
Armed dolphins,
trained by the
US military to
shoot terrorists,
escaped into the
Gulf of Mexico in the aftermath
of Katrina as reported by british
newspaper the Observer.
“My concern is that they have
been trained to shoot, if divers
are mistaken for a spy or suicide
bomber they could fire,” said Leo
Sheridan, 72, US government
employee. ■
Storm Double
The US Gulf
coast suffered
a double onslaught at the
hands of Hurricanes Katrina
and Rita in September.
Both storms inflicted widespread
loss of life and property, causing
damage topping $30 billion dollars.
New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin
was among many who criticised
the central government for its
slow response.
“Where are the choppers, food
and water and where’s the help!”
said Mayor Nagin.
President Bush admitted the
government did not foresee the
devastation “I don’t think anybody anticipated the breach of
the levees.” he said. ■
Passengers Saw
Landing Drama
140 aircraft passengers watched
their own lifeand-death drama
unfolding live on
television as their plane circled
Southern California for hours,
crippled by faulty landing gear.
“It was very scary, grown men
were crying,” said Diane Hamilton, one of the passengers who
tried to send a telephone message
to relatives in the event of her
death.
After flying for three hours to
burn off fuel the pilot did a successful emergency landing.
News broadcasts stopped ten
minutes prior to this, “we definitely thought that was it then,
they couldn’t`t show us die on
live tv,” said one passenger. ■
Bali Bombs
19
people
were killed
and over 50
injured when
the Indonesian island of Bali was the target
of a second terrorist bomb attack
on the 1st of October.
The popular tourist destination
was devastated by a previous
bombing in 2002, which left 202
dead and the island struggling to
survive as tourists were scared
off. ■
Dr John, Friend or Foe?
Utila East Wind Staff
ave you been looking for Dr John’s
column and discovered its not there?
Dr John quit this month in
response to mounting pressure from those angered by
his controversial subject
matter.
“I wont compromise, I always do it my way. Its not
my problem if people can’t
take a joke” said Dr John
For the last six months his
monthly column has been
H
dissecting the community.
“Tourists might not come to
the island if they read that,
its disgusting” said Jasmine
Holmberg of Deep Blue
divers.
One enraged reader has
started a one man campaign, pressurising advertisers to boycott the paper,
describing the last article as
pornographic.
However others see a lighter side.
“Its hilarious, what will he
think of next?” said Ian Eisley
Like it or not, for many the
contentious column is the
first thing they read.
But has Dr John’s unique
style gone too far?
Let us know what you think,
fill in the ballot paper below
and drop it in to Hendersons Supermarket,
stop us in the street,
or email us at utilaeastwind @gmail.
com or register
your vote on line
at
aboututila.
com. ■
Utila East Wind
Readers Ballot! Have your say!
Deposit in the box in Henderson’s supermarket.
Votes can also be registered in person, on line at aboututila.com, by email at
[email protected] or by phone on 373 8530.
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Should ‘Dear Dr. John’
stay or go?
Stay
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Go
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Dr.John
and his
dog Sue
Utila East wind
Blue Pages
October, 2005
Give fish a chance and leave fancy lures at home
Barbara Kempf
S
eptember 17th was a
perfect day to go out
and spot for whale
sharks.
Just north of Black Hills, Utila’s famous sea mount, boat
captains found what they were
looking for:
A big broil of tunas, which
is a sign for loads of krill and
plankton at the surface, meant
there could be a whale shark
feeding close by.
The divers were excited and
prepared to get a glimpse of the
gigantic and peaceful fish.
But there was a big surprise: Attached to the upper lobe of the
caudal (tail) fin of the 25 foot
shark was a big fishing hook,
the fishing line wrapped twice
around the tail and a 10 ft. long
steel cable with a melon size
purple lure dragging behind it.
The kind of lure that is usually used to catch big game like
marlin.
Jules Pages, Dive Instructor,
saw the hook and
the cable, and realized the animal
needed help.
“I shouted to the
boat that we needed a knife to cut the
whale shark free.”
Dan Cain, Videographer, jumped in
the water equipped
with a diving knife,
swam up to the
shark, but couldn’t
cut through the
steel cable.
“I kept trying, but
at one point we had to return to
the dive shop because people on
the boat started to get seasick”,
he said. “We went back, picked
up knives and wire cutters and
drove out again to where we
“
thought the whale shark was.”
They found the injured animal
and for two hours tried to get
close enough.
At one point
Alex,
Dive
master, managed to get a
hold on the
wire, but had
to let go as the
shark swam
off.
“We couldn’t
hold on to the
lure, because
we didn’t know
if there were
more hooks in
there”, said Mr.
Cain, “there
was a chance somebody could
get seriously hurt, in the end we
had to give up”, he said.
His main concern was that the
steel wire could get caught in
a boat propeller and cut off the
Wealthy
people who
use highly
Sophisticated
equipment
leave very
small chance
for the fish...
”
whole upper part of the sharks
fin.
Incidentally the date the injured
whale shark was spotted coincided with the Roatan Fishing
Tournament which took place
from 15th to 18th September.
“I am not a large advocate of
fishing tournaments”, said
Utila Mayor, Alton Cooper.
“The participants are mostly
wealthy people who use highly
sophisticated equipment, which
leaves a very small chance for
the fish.”
He remarked that there should
be more effort put into releasing the catch and there should
be ways to conduct such tournaments more ecologically
than is currently the case.
“But I am sure these fishermen
didn’t catch that whale shark
intentionally”, he adds. “But
sports fishermen have to realize
that they are taking the bread
out of the local commercial
fishermens mouths.”
Around Utila fishermen catch
fish by using only a hand line,
a much more primitive method
and hence not that efficient,
but a lot more environmentally
friendly.
As for the whale shark in our
story, Mayor Cooper has some
good news as well: “The hook
Whale Shark
in the tailfin will deteriorate
within a few weeks.”
So hopefully the big fish will
soon be freed of its man made
parasite and continue to put big
smiles on the faces of divers
who are lucky enough to swim
with it. ■
October, 2005
Utila East Wind
Blue Pages
channel up towards the shoreline
where you’ll find valleys of Hydrocorals by the thousands. The
sea fans alone are worth the trip
but mind the surge. Along the iron
shore, the depth is a mere 15ft.,
but who can resist watching the
crashing waves, penetrating colours and a chance to see some of
Utila’s rare gobies.
Back at the buoy, advanced divers
might choose to turn right where
the bottom of the wall gradually
slopes towards 80ft. At 60ft., 4
swim throughs can be found;
some as long as 30ft. in length.
Even though they run along
these sandy channels. Mind the
tight squeeze on a few of them.
Use your discretion, it’s not really about digging your way
through. You can still hit the Iron
shore for your reciprocal dive but
give yourself a little extra time to
cut across the sand patches and
coral gardens. Watch for Jawfish,
Nudibranchs and Strawberry tunicate that inhabit this area. ■
Timed breath holding, no movement, usually in a
pool. After a controlled breathe up divers lay face
down in a pool until they need to breath, when attempting you must signal regularly to a spotter on
the surface.
Record
Mens: 8mins 58secs, Womens: 7mins 16secs
Freediving
Special
Dynamic Apnea
Underwater swimming for distance, usually in a
pool. Divers swim underwater lengths in a pool,
monofins are popular to aid propulsion.
Record (with fins)
Mens: 212m, Womens: 178m
Record (without fins)
Mens: 175m, Womens: 124m
Free Immersion
No fins allowed, divers must pull themselves down
and up using their arms only.
Record
Mens: 102m, Womens: 74m
Constant Weight
Divers kick down until they reach neutral buoyancy
and sink, after turning they kick back up.
Weights are allowed but must not be jettisoned for
ascent.
Record (with fins)
Mens: 105m, Womens: 86m
Record (without fins)
Mens: 80m, Womens: 50m
Variable Weight
A weighted sled for descent, ascent along a line.
Divers are able to jettison weights at depth, but
must then swim back to the surface.
Record
Mens: 136m, Womens: 122m
No Limits
A weighted sled for descent, this detatches a lift
bag for the diver to ride to the surface.
The most controversial form of freediving, involving the deepest dives, not recognised by any official
sporting bodies.
Medical experts predict that death will follow if
depths are pushed even further.
Record
Mens: Patrick Musimu, 2005 209m
Womens: Tayna Streeter, 2002 160m
Free Diver stops for the camera while holding an ascent line
Utila East Wind staff
forgotten sport on the
island of Utila, freediving has recently been
attracting a new band of followers.
Enticed by the serenity of gliding beneath the surface of the
ocean unhindered by clumsy
equipment, freedivers aim to
A
achieve perfect balance and
control over their bodies.
“It`s total mind and body relaxation, you feel euphoric
- a natural high!” said Sharon
Queitzsch, IANTD Freediving
Instructor.
Previously freediving was enjoyed by many island residents
who took advantage of the perfect conditions to constantly
improve their techniques.
Annual competitions were
pioneered by the infamous Ted
Danger, who in 1998 managed
to coerce the record breaking freediving duo, Pipin and
Audry to Utila.
“Everyone used to have a go
for fun, some took it further
and got really good,” said
Goran Claesson, Dive Instruc-
tor.
However, enthusiasm was lost
after a tragic snorkelling accident resulted in the death of one
of the islands most renowned
and well-liked freediving participants.
Obviously, going for extended
periods of time without breathing has its safety issues and
should not be attempted alone.
The most prominent danger
is of shallow water black out,
this usually happens on ascent
when oxygen levels deplete
before CO2 levels trigger the
urge to breathe and you black
out.
That’s where spotters come in,
they watch and monitor physical reactions to hypoxia (lack
of oxygen) and are on stand-by
to provide help should anyone
lose consciousness.
By following a simple breathup before submersion, you can
maximise oxygen levels in the
body and eliminate waste CO2
enabling you to survive without air for longer.
Minimising movement that
consumes precious oxygen
supplies as well as using positive mental strength will further prolong your dive time.
Many freedivers practise yoga,
meditation and visualisation
techniques, “I like to imagine
that I am being injected into
the ocean by a syringe,” claims
Pipin Ferreras.
It has been suggested that the
art of freediving is only 10%
physical ability compared to
90% mental ability.
“This explains why women
can match the men in this
sport, we`re stronger willed”
said Ms. Queitzsch, who is
currently offering free static
apnea classes on the island.
Tempted? anyone can take up
freediving, you don’t have to
be super fit, but if you want to
really test your limits a healthy
diet and lifestyle are important.
Top free divers compete to surpass previous records, as divers
reach ever increasing depths,
they must continuously push
their bodies to the limits.
Unfortunately despite extensive safety support systems a
number of high profile divers
have lost their lives attempting
great depths.
The current record in the “no
limits” discipline is 209m held
by Patrick Musimu.
Medical experts warn it is seriously dangerous for divers to
continue to pursue records at
these depths. ■
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low volume to
minimise air
wastage
How many safety
divers are required for a
world record attempt to
105m?
What were the real
names of the two
athletes in the movie
´Deep Blue`?
What are Doc`s pro
plugs?
What type of fins did
Natalia Molchanova
use for her constant
ballast record of 86m
last month?
What does
stand for?
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This site must have been a favourite for divers years ago. It lost it’s
buoy and has since nearly been
forgotten. Located just past Rocky
Point, its diversity makes it Utila’s
most well rounded site. Great for
all levels of certification and training dives. Take advantage divers,
because with a little west wind,
conditions are ideal this time of
year. When the south shore is
blown out, this place is golden.
Take note of the Iron shore that
jets out toward the new buoy. This
is your best underwater landmark
for finding the boat.
The reef starts below the boat at
35ft. and is pretty consistent the
length of the wall. Sand channels
slope down from the shallows and
cut through the reef to open up
into the blue. Open water divers
should keep left and explore the
shallow reef that veers in closer
to the iron shore. Coral croppings
meet the flat sandy ocean bed at
65ft. Be sure to comb these flats
in search for stingrays. Allow
about 5 minutes to follow a sand
Static Apnea
Strictly No Bubbles
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Apnea Disciplines
1.6, 2. Enzo Maiorca & Jacque
Mayaol, 3. Earplugs 4. Monofins, 5.
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Dive Site of the month
Rubber
weightbelt
Allows
diaphragm
to flex
Snorkel
Vavleless
for maximum
air flow
Fish of the month
Eagle Ray Aetobatus narinari
Family Myliobatidae
Size 4 – 8ft. (1.2 - 2.4m)
Depth 1 – 80ft. (1 - 24m)
Range Circumtropical
Description White underside,
blackish on top with white
spots or ocelli, flat protruding
head and long whip like tail.
Where to find them on Utila
Eagle rays are often spotted
gracefully sailing over reefs
and sand, usually alone but
sometimes in pairs or groups.
Can be spotted all around the
island, regularly seen on the
south side, especially around
airport caves and Teds Point.
Can also be seen from docks
in the bay at night.
Did you know Spotted eagle
rays vary across different
regions, Atlantic individuals
have many more spots than
their Indo Pacific relations.
The species is currently under
review, it may turn out to be a
species complex rather than a
single species. ■
Blue Pages
Thinking Green
UTILAS NEW DIVE PROFESSIONALS
Jules Page
Another successful clean up
T
his
September
17th 2005 saw the
20th anniversary
of PADI’s Project
A.W.A.R.E.’s International
Clean-up Day.
You may remember in April
we held the annual Dive Into
Earth Day Clean-up, which is
also an international event.
In April all the businesses,
schools, dive shops and community, united together to
clean the islands beaches.
The cayes had a very impressive in-water clean up and the
main dock and the two main
bar docks also received a
good clean with mostly plastic cups and beer bottles being
retrieved, it all looked superb.
Only five months later as
you go to the more remote
areas around the island you
may also see the state of the
beaches has deteriorated since
last April.
Early in September I toured
the island taking photos and
trying to decide where needed
cleaning most and it is a very
hard decision!
After much deliberation Utila
Dive Center and Cross Creek
Dive Center headed to Pumpkin Hill Beach.
23 Vounteers from BICD and
the Iguana station took a boat
to Little Bite.
It was a successful day with
over 67 bags of trash filled.
An interesting study took
place as well; we had a few
people in the group focus on
one thing and ended up with
over three to four bags of just
shoes. We found 16 syringes,
luckily only one with a needle
still attached.
For the most unusual find it
would have to be a butt plug,
how this person identified
what it was I’m still unsure!
We enjoyed a hot mosquito
infested session picking up
trash.
You may ask why there is
so much trash. It is washed
onshore from the sea, where
unfortunately the practice of
dumping everything 25miles
offshore still takes place. The
U.S. coast guard regulations
(http://www.boatsafe.com/
nauticalknowhow/boating/4_
2_f.htm) state that it is illegal
to dump plastic anywhere at
sea.
Yet this is not an international
rule and 75% of what was
found at Pumpkin Hill Beach
was plastic. This may come
from the mainland, the cayes
or even Cuba, for example
last years clean-up we found
a plastic bottle from the Dominican Republic.
All the trash collected ends up
at Utila’s town dump.
When this area becomes overfilled bulldozers head in and
compact it.
You may see small amounts
of black smoke fill the sky as
the municipality burns any excess. ■
Altons
Ben DM
Denia DM
Anne Maria
DM
Daniel DM
BICD
James DM
Jemma AI
Kate AI
Mauricio AI
Orlando Instr
Noriko Instr
Dan Instr
Stefanie Instr
Sean Instr
Sofie Instr
Drew Inst
Martine Inst
Ilan Staff Instr
Chris Satff Instr
Pete Master
Instr
Captain
Morgans
Mark Gething
DM
April Handley
DM
Ecomarine
Tony DM
UDC
Natasha Gallier
DM
Fabian Wey
DM
David Bicchetti
AI
Ruth Mosley AI
Liz Ely AI
Rafale Chouinard AI
Sandi Blair
Instr
Raol Jackson
Instr
Andre Kovacs
Instr
Chris Mac Cubbin Staff Instr
Watersports
Mike AI
Ryder AI
Kirsty AI
Zoe DM
Bob Smith AI
TOWN MAP
1
HOTELS
Ocean front rooms, fan, shared bath, dock
7am - 7pm
425 3704
E5
$20 - $30
Breakfast, Internet and bike rental included, tv
lounge, roof terrace, 5mins from beach
8am - 8pm
425 3916
C1
Backpackers
6
$2 - $9
Share kitchen, fan, share bath, near beach
7am -7pm
425 3350
C1
Bay View Hotel
11
$16 - $22
Private bath, fan, hot water, fridge, ocean view
8am - 8pm not Sun
425 3114
C2
Blueberry Hill
7
$5
Shared bath, fan
Sun - Fri 6am - 6pm
425 3141
B5
Bolan’s Inn
7
$10
Shared bath, fan, kitchen
8am - 8pm
425 3007
Captain Morgans
8
$3 - $5pp
Private bathroom, fan.
7:30am - 6pm
425 3349
Cayes
Collibiri
8
$25 - $35
Restaurant, bar, pool, hot water, a/c or fan
9am - 12pm
3.30pm - 6.30pm
425 3329
B2
Coopers Inn
16
Lps.120-150
Kitchen, resturant, fans, shared bath.
8am - 9:30pm
425 3184
D5
Coral View Resort
18
$35 - $65
Ocean front, AC, Private bath, hot water,
restaurant / bar
6.30am - 10pm
425 3778
Blue
Bayou
Cross Creek Dive shop
14
$3pp
Fan, shared shower, kitchen and louge
8am - 6.30pm
425 3334
D5
Cross Creek Cabins
4
$28 - $35
A/C, hot water, cable tv, fridge
8am - 6.30pm
425 3334
D5
6am - 10pm
425 3142
The
Point
Freddy’s Place
8
$16 - $35
Ocean front, kitchen, hot water, AC or fan,
dock, TV
Hollands Inn
6
$12 - $30
Private bath, fan, a/c.
7am - 9pm
425 3206
C4
Hotel Bavaria
6
$10 - $13
Fan, private bath
8am - 8pm
425 3809
D4
Hotel Utila
20
$14 - $51
Hot water, a/c, fan, private bath
7am - 7pm
425 3340
C3
Jade Seahorse
6
$72
Private bath, hot water, fans, a/c, fridge
8am - 9pm
425 3270
B5
The Lodge
8
$65 - $95
Private bath, fan, hot water, a/c, tv
7am - 6pm
425 3291
C3
Loma Vista
10
$4 - $6
Shared bath, fan, kitchen
6am - 9pm
425 3243
B5
6am - 8pm
425 3305
B5
Mango Inn
26
$75
Pool, private bath, a/c, fan, tv, fridge, restaurant/bar, wireless network
Margaritaville
21
$30 - $50
Ocean view, AC, private bath, restaurant and
hot water, fridge and tv
7am - 9pm
425 3366
D1
Relax Inn
4
$35
Sea front, AC, private bath, hot water, fridge
6am - 8pm
425 3879
D5
Rose’s Inn
11
$8 - $12
Shared / Private bath, fan, hot water, kitchen
Mon-Sat 8am12pm, 2-8pm
425 3283
A3
Rubi’s Inn
12
$20 - $30
Fan, a/c, private bath, hot water, fridge, private
balcony, waterfront.
7am - 7pm
425 3240
D5
Tropical Hotel
17
$5
Fan, shared bath and shared kitchen
6am - 9pm
425 3568
Tropical Sunset
25
$25 - $125
Bar,Restaurant, Free use of Bando beach
8am - 614pm
425 3190
Trudy’s
28
$3 - $6pp
Fan, shared bath
7am - 7pm
425 3103
Trudy Suites
7
$45 - $50
A/C, hot water, tv, fridge, microwave
7am - 7pm
425 3103
E5
Watersports - Mansion
6
$3 / person
Hostel style, shared kitchen, shared bath
9am - 7pm
425 3239
B4
The
Point
The
Point
E5
RESTAURANTS & BARS
Bando Beach
9am - 5.30pm
Beach bar, snacks
Bar in the bush
Fri, 9pm - late
Night club
Big Mammas Cafe
6am - 4pm
Sandwiches and breakfast
425 3883
Map
The
Point
Airport rd
E5
Bundu Cafe
Mon - Sat, 8am - 3pm; Sun, 6pm - 9.30pm
Sandwiches, salads & cappuchinos
425 3557
C4
Cafe Barracuda
Mon -Sat, 6.30am - 11pm
International
Captain Jacks
7am - 2pm
Local food
Casino
8am - 12am, Sat til 3am
Night club and local
C4
Coco Loco
4pm - 12am, Fri/Sat til 1am
Dock bar
C4
Cola de Mico
Tue - Sun, 9am - 10pm; Fri/Sat til 12pm
Pool Hall and bar
B5
Pizza and pasta
425 3190
C3
425 3273
425 3184
C1
D5
Dave`s Restaurant
Mon - Sat, 6.30pm - 9.30pm
BBQ
D5
Driftwood Cafe
7am - 10pm
International food and seafood
425 3266
D1
El Castillo
Thu - Tue, 6pm - 10pm
European
425 3329
Fidi`s Bar
Tue - Sun, 10am - 7pm
Local
425 3185
Glady`s Big Burgers
11am - 10pm
Burgers
B2
The
beach
C4
Grill at Tranquila
Thu - Sun 3.30pm (snacks), 6pm (full meals) - 10pm
Grilled food, Salads and sides
Holand`s Restaurant
11.30am - 2pm
Local
425 3206
C4
Jade Seahorse
7am - 10pm, closed Tue/Wed
International
425 3270
Jungle Cafe
3pm - late
International Tue/Fri/Sun. Daily Bar.
Kobs
9am - 10pm
Ice cream
B5
Stuarts
Hill
D4
La Cassetta de Coca
Tue - Sun, 8am - 10pm
Snacks
La Piccola
Wed - Sun, 5pm - 10pm
Italian food
425 3746
C4
Las Delicias
3pm - 12am, (Sat 3pm - 3am)
Bar and Snacks
425 3361
C4
Mamita`s Place
Mon - Sat, 7.30am - 2pm 4.30pm - 10pm
Local
Mango Inn
6.30am - 9.30pm
Pizza and international
425 3410
B5
Mango Tree Gelateria
Mon - Sat, 9am - 10pm, Sun 10am - 10pm
Gelato and American coffee
425 3335
C4
Mermaids
Sun - Thu 11am - 10pm (Fri 3pm) Sat 6.30pm- 10pm
International fast food, delivey
425 3299
D5
Munchies
6am - 10pm
International
425 3168
C4
Paisano
7am - 10pm
Local
425 2311
Pelican Bar
11am - 10pm
Beach bar & international
RJ`s
Wed/Fri/Sun 5.30pm 9.30pm
BBQ
C4
On the
beach
E6
Seabreakers
5pm - 12am
Dock bar
Seven Seas
Tue - Sun 6am - 10pm
Local
Skidrows
3pm - 12am
Bar
C1
The Island Cafe
Mon - Sat 5pm - 10pm
Local
C4
Tranquila
3pm - 12am, Fri/Sat til 2.30am
Dock bar
Treetanic Bar
7pm - 12am
Cocktail bar
425 3270
B5
Ultralight Cafe
Sun - Fri 7am - 10pm
Israeli
425 3201
Utila Cuisine
9am - 10pm
Local & vegetarian cuisine
425 3214
Will’s Tacos
Mon - Sat 5pm - 10pm
Tacos, Gringas and Tortas
379 8659
C2
On the
beach
D5
Zanzibar Cafe
7am - 4pm
Local food
C4
C4
D5
425 3377
5
6
E6
C
D
E
Opening hours
Centro de Salud
425 3371
Map
Airport
Rd
C2
425 3277
Hyperbaric Chamber
Mon - Sat 8.30am - 3.30pm
425 3378
C3
Medical Store
8am-8pm
425 3154
C4
Utila Comm. Clinic
Mon-Fri 8am-12pm, Sat 9am - 11am
425 3137
C3
Tel. no.
Map
C4
Opening hours
BGA
Mon - Fri 8.30am - 3.30pm Sat til 12.30pm
425 3117
Banco Atlantico
Mon - Fri 8.30am - 3.30pm Sat til 12.30pm
425 3374
Reef Cinema
Mon - Sat 11.30am - 6pm
Cay Caulker Cyber
Mon-Sat 8am-9pm, Sun til 5:30pm
D5
Hideout
8am-8pm
E5
JC’s
Mon - Sat 9am - 7pm, Sun 10am - 6pm
C4
Mango Tree
Mon-Sat 9am-8pm, Sun 10am-8pm
C4
Mermaids
Sun-Thur 9am - 10pm, Fri til 5pm, Sat 6pm-10pm
D5
Triple H
Sun - Thr 8.30am-9pm, Fri 8.30am-4pm Sat 7am-9pm
B5
Bay Islands Original
Mon - Sat 9am - 8pm, Sun til 12pm
D5
Di Gal
10am - 9pm
C4
Island Creations
Mon-Sat 9am - 6pm, Sun 12 - 6pm.
C4
Ka-Taupe
8am - 8pm
C3
Nico’s
Mon - Sat 5pm - 9pm
C4
Tel. no.
Map
Bush
Mon - Sat 6:30am- 6pm; Sun til 12pm
4253147
D5
Hendersons
Mon - Sat, 7am-12pm, 2pm-6:30pm
425 3148
C4
Meat Mart
Mon - Sat, 7am-12pm, 2pm-6pm, Sun til 12
Rose
Mon - Sat, 7am - 12pm, 2pm-8pm
425 3283
C3
Samanthas (7/11)
9am - 12pm, 3.30pm - 6.30pm
425 3110
C3
Seaeye Store
Mon - Sun, 6am-12pm, 2pm -6pm
Tel. no.
Map
DC’s Bike Rental
Biclycles
425 3285
C4
Ramons Services
Kayaks and four wheelers
425 3307
C2
Ritas Rentals
Golf Carts
374 3791
E5
Utila Bike Rental
Bicycles
425 3800
C4
Tel. no.
Map
Camilla’s
Tue - Sat 7:30am-2pm,
Sweet Tooth
Mon-Fri 6am-12pm
Map
Opening hours
Opening hours
Opening hours
Price / month
$240
Map
C4
C4
Rental type
Blueberry Hill
C4
D5
Opening hours
D5
425 3144
Facilities
Tel. no.
C4
Map
TV
425 3141
B5
A3
Countryside
$250 - $450
TV, some with hot water
425 3921
Hollands Inn
$350 - $400
TV, porch
425 3206
C4
Rose’s Inn
$300 - $400
Hot water, TV, porch
425 3283
Hot water, a/c
425 3692
A3
Old
Airport
Sandstone Apts.
$450
Tel. no.
Map
Fringe Salon
Mon/Tue/Thur 9am-6pm. Fri/Sat 12am-8pm
Opening hours
425 3745
C3
Johnny’s Water
7am - 7pm
425 3304
C3
Utila Telephone co.
8am - 8pm
World Wide Travel
Mon-Fri 8am-4pm Sat ti12pm
C4
E5
Tel. no.
Mon-Fri, 8am-12pm
Dental Clinic
Sosa
425 3161
5pm - 10pm, closed Wed, Sun
Tel. no.
4
B
Atlantic
425 3364
Coopers Inn
Details
3
A
HEALTHCARE
$3 - $4pp
25
BANKS
13
Annie Marelli
INTERNET
Alton’s Dive Inn
Opening Hours
2
Map
SOUVENIRS
Tel. no.
SUPERMARKETS
Opening hours
RENTALS
Facilities
OTHERS APPARTMENTS BAKERY
Price range
AIRLINES
Rooms
C4
425 3394
B4
Place
To Utila
From Utila
La Ceiba
06:00 (not Sun), 15:30
06:00, 15:30 (not sun)
Price
$34
SPS
14:00
06:00 (not sun)
$82
La Ceiba
07:00 (not sun), 15:15
07:50 (not sun), 15:50
$34
Roatan
06:15 (not sun), 12:30
07:30 (not sun), 15:30
$68
SPS
13:50
07:50
$82
TAXI
Hank’s Taxi – 425 3180 / 397 1678
Paisano Taxi – 425 3311
Stephanie 425 3987 / 384 3650
PRINCESS FERRY
Tel. 435 3390
Utila – La Ceiba
6:20am (everyday), 2pm (Fri, Sat & Mon)
La Ceiba – Utila
9:30am (Fri, Sat & Mon), 4pm (everyday)
Adults: Lps. 290 Seniors Lps. 210
Children (6 – 12 yrs): Lps. 140
Children (under 6): free
WATER TAXIS
Ramon’s services
425 3307 VHF 69
Captain Jake
Call @ house on the point
Captain Rennie Bodden
425 3114
Captain Ford
425 3104
Captain Hal
Next to Big Mammas
CHURCH SERVICES
Utila Catholic Church
7pm Thu, Sat & Sun
7pm Jue, Sab y Dom
9am Sunday School
9am Dom clases para ninos.
Mizpath Methodist Church
425 3205
Sun 10:30am Preaching
Sun 2:30pm Sunday School
Sun 7pm Preaching
Mon 6.30pm Christian Endeavour
Wed 7pm Bible study
Fri 7pm Prayer meeting
7th Day Adventist Church
Sun Evangelistic service 7pm
Wed prayer meeting 7pm
Fri youth meeting 7pm
Sat Sabbath school 8:45am
Sat devine service 11am
Utila Church of God
425 3151
Sun school 9am
Sun worship 10am
Sun evening service 7pm
Mon lady service 7pm
Tue youth service 7pm
Thu 7pm
Friday Youth Service 7pm
MEDIA
HQTV Channel 31
Tel. 425 3357
Local cable channel
7pm - 8pm Mon - Thu: Utila daily news.
Sundays: Sports and events
Religious programming at all other times
Channel 17
Local messages and information
Magic 107.1FM
Roatan Bruce Show 11pm - 1pm Mon - Fri
SCHOOLS
Escuela Republica de
Honduras 425 3399
Methodist School 425 3272
Adventist School 425 3129
TELEPHONE LIST
BICA
Fire Station
Hondutel
Hugos Phone Service
Immigration Offices
Morgans Satellite & Cable
Municipality Offices
Police
Port Captain
Post Office
Tourist Information
Tropico Internet
UPCO
Utila Express
425 3260
382 4815
425 3101
425 3300
425 3365
425 3161
425 3255
425 3145
425 3116
425 3167
425 3255
440 3136
425 3193
425 3283
Utila East Wind
CLASSIFIEDS
Services
Multiservicios
y distribuciones
generales
ofrece productos
de limpieza. No
necesitos pagar
por flete solomente llama al
374-7924
con
Delmino Varela y
tendras tu producto en 24 horas.
Mr Fix it, for all
your scuba gear.
Contact Guillermo @ UDC.
Traditional Thai
massage, reflexology,
Indian
head massage,
body massage.
Ask for Andrina,
Simon or Tara @
BICD 425-3210
email:
simon.
[email protected] gmail.
com
Computer
classes, flexible
schedule, 3hrs/wk
contact Sheryl @
Triple H internet.
Ma-merr’s day
care, open monfri
7am-8pm
2mths - 3yrs old,
behind deposito
Pepsi. Come in
and see us!
Static
Apnea
Interested
in
extending your
breath hold time?
Come along to
the Mango pool
at 7pm every
tuesday evening
on site training
and its free!
Funky Town Library. Great selection of books
availiable to rent,
swap or sell. Situated behind Cross
Creek Diveshop
across the bridge
over the lagoon.
For Rent
Camera with underwater housing,
free delivery and
collection. $25/
two dives call
425-3504 and ask
for Tara.
Fully Equipted
Restaurant
availiable for rent
next season, see
Franz at Collibri
Hotel for more
information.
Large room for
rent in beautifull
house in Sandy
Bay. Two large
beds, on suite
bathroom, cable
TV, porch swing
and sea view.
Suitiable for individual or couple,
availiable from
the 17th October.
Contact Louise or
Tara on 373 8530
for more information.
2 Office spaces
and a rooftop restaurant /bar availiable in Broussard’s Plaza at the
ferry dock.
See Chris or call
388 8952 for
more information.
Lost
Green Zambian
airways T shirt.
Much loved Lps.
200 for safe return. Return care
of Tara at Altons
dive shop.
Purple and green
Bicini Bike last
seen at Tranquila
bar. #29 on cross
bar and hole in
the basket, ruthlessly stolen and
never returned.
For Sale
A/C
Window
units from the
USA. For more
information contact Liz or Rudy
@ Taunties boutique or 379-1045
Paint
Ball
Equipment all
gear needed to
play. See Brooks
@ Tranquila.
26 ft. Skiff with
console and scuba
tank racks. $3500.
JUST KIDS
Captain Morgan’s
425-3349.
Delicious Sandwitches availiable at lunchtime
at UDC, delivery
to other locations
also avialiable.
See Barbra @
UDC for more
information.
Wanted
Donations for
those suffering in
the aftermath of
Hurricane Katrina, contact Annie
Bodden for more
information.
Furniture
for
house. Couches,
kitchen tables,
chairs, etc. See
Andi @ Bundu or
call 367-7376.
Wooden chairs
for Bundu Cafe.
See Andi or call
367-7376.
Sewing
Machine
second
hand,
email
[email protected]
Kitten for a good
home, must be
a good mouse
catcher.
See
Guillermo
@
UDC.
Life wanted for
a big man living
in a small room.
Dive gear purchased 6 months
ago, lost in tran-
sit. Owner in
Thailand, would
be nice if it
could ‘catch-up’
with him. SQ.
Jobs
Waitress
for
busy restaurant
5:30 - 9:30 Wed,
Fri, Sun. Contact
Julie at RJ’s.
Birthdays
Kate
Bilton,
Happy Birthday
for the 15th! Love
Txx
Emily
Happy
Birthday! Have a
good one!
Txx
Lonley
Hearts
Scuba Scot Instructor seeks
intelligent
female dive buddy
18-38 to share
home comforts
and warmth over
the rainy season.
Slim
brunette/
blonde Australian
with Visa possibilities and ability to share rent
preferred!! Must
be under 5’8” tall
both standing up
and lying down.
No House/Techno
fans please. See
scuba at UDC.
(If you can’t dive
yet, I will teach
you! Open Water
classes starting
everyday!!)
Single 23 yr old
stallion,
loves
long walks on
Bandu Beach and
making love with
fins on (snorkel
optional)
Has
been known to
please. Dial S for
Sam 425 3704
Messages
Rahul Hope you
are enjoying Peru.
Nice to know you
are checking the
paper though.
T&L xx
To whom it may
concern, I havent
left the island in
5 months, I will
leave soon and
be sad, thanks to
all that live here,
Sincerely E x
Ayesha, Katja,
Susan, Thomas
Christina, Sandra & Slyvia We
miss you all!
To submit a
free
classified
in next months
paper
email:
utila [email protected]
gmail.com.
Colour in this ghoulish ghostly halloween scene.
October, 2005
60 elevated seats in air conditioned comfort Tickets 45 lps
Screening in October
Robots, The Interpreter, and
Amityville Horror are the featured films for the month. Also
look for Hitchhiker’s Guide to
the Galaxy, Kingdom of Heaven, and Kicking & Screaming.
Wednesday is classic night
where you can see movies
you’ve always heard about but
may not have seen. Movies
like West Side Story and Funny
Face.
Fridays are “Drive-in Theatre”
– movies not to be taken seriously and a perfect way to start
the weekend. Look for Flesh
Gordon and Cut Throat Island.
Movies are shown nightly at
7:30pm with the exception of
Friday (8pm) and Saturday
(6:30pm and 8:30pm).
Check www.UtilaMC.com for
more information.
Robots
Comedy /
Animation
Ewan McGregor
Halle Berry
Mel Brooks
The Interpreter
Thriller
Nicole Kidman
Sean Penn
Catherine Keener
October, 2005
Utila East Wind
Apr 20 - May 20
Like a turtle, this month will bring you a feeling of curiosity and contentment. Pick your path and realize it was
the path you needed to pick. Romance is a mere giant
stride away, so do it. Someone that interests you is worth
talking to. Make an effort and relax.
Gemini
General Entertainment
Knowledge
May 21 - June 21
Sand flies getting to you? Don’t worry! This month is
going to make you forget they even exist. How does happiness, harmony and good looks sound? The next few
weeks will bring you all three. Happiness comes with
finding harmony in yourself. Hold your head high and
maintain neutral buoyancy.
Cancer
June 22 - July 22
When you smile, the sun is always shining. Paradise is
in your eyes so look around. The closeness you seek is
already there and easily found. Take chances and explore, life will only bring you more.
Leo
In the News
July 23 - Aug 22
Life is like a baliada… quick, satisfying and served
with a smile. Make the most of as many days possible… since everyone needs a break take time and enjoy
this month. Friends and family are all around, listen to
them.
Virgo
Food & Drink
Aug 23 - Sep 22
Another year has come and gone, your birthday was one
to remember and a step forward. Use this time to reflect on
what’s important to you. You have come a long way with
only more room to grow. Everything you need is a your
fingertips and ready to be held. Enter this month with a tune
in your ears, a spring in your step and sunglasses.
Libra
Scorpio
Oct 23 - Nov 21
The perfect person is right in front of you. Take some time
to see past the surface, you will be pleasantly surprised
at what you find. Remember, all good things arise form
work. If they don’t understand at first, with time they can
be trained.
Sagittarius
Nov 22 - Dec 21
Though bad luck has come your way remember that it was
meant to be. A lesson has been learnt, and your wisdom has
increased. Every action has a reaction, so good fortune is on
your way. Dwelling on the past will only affect the future.
Focus on the present and enjoy Utila’s sun shiny day.
Capricorn
Dec 22 - Jan 19
You are unsure what the rainy season is going to bring.
Don’t worry! The rain is going to make you grow. Clean
house and focus on what’s important. Treat yourself well
and you will feel it return. Go for a swim and appreciate the
ocean. Make time for yourself.
Aquarius
Jan 20 - Feb 18
If life on the rock is bringing you down, think of those who
dream of being here. Life is always good and nobody said it
would be easy … but easy brings less reward. You are surrounded by beauty, so let it energize you. Spend time with
your friends and family and always speak the truths.
Pisces
Feb 19 - Mar 20
Lady luck is about to give you a kiss. Keep your eyes open
and there is no way to miss it. Opportunities are all around,
it’s first a matter of picking the one that’s best for you. Just
remember, share this luck with others, it can only bring
more.
CROSSWORD
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start?
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¿A quien llaman los italianos Topolino?
If you`ll do this for me, I`ll do it for
you....
When there is nothing left but God,
that is when you find out that God
is all you need.
Take 60 seconds and give this a
shot! All you do is simply say the
following small prayer for the person who you are thinking of today.
Father, God bless all my friends in
whatever it is that you know they
may be needing this day!
And may their life be full of your
peace, prosperity and power as he/
she seeks to have a closer relationship with you.
Amen.
~
Si haces esto por mí, lo hare para
ti…
Cuando no queda nada más que
Dios es cuando descubres que Dios
es todo lo que necesitas.
Toma 60 segundos y dale una
chance a esto! Todo lo que haces
es sencillamente decir la siguiente
pequeña plegaria para la persona
en la que estés pensando hoy.
Padre, Dios bendice a mis amigos
en todo lo que sea. Sabes que ellos
pueden estar necesitando en este
día!
Y puedan sus vidas estar llenas de
tu paz, prosperidad y poder ya que
él o ella busca tener una relación
más cercana contigo.
Amén.
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¿Cuantos metros hay en
cien fathoms?
¿Cual es la bebida no alcoholica mas popular en el
mundo?
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How many meters in
one hundred fathoms?
Which famous name brand
is the greek goddess of victory?
¿Que nombre famoso tiene
la Diosa griega de la victoria?
How much money did
bush’s campaign for rebuilding Iraq raise?
¿Cuanto dinero recaudo la
campaña de Bush para reconstruir Iraq?
What’s the worlds most popular non-alcoholic drink?
3
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¿En cual año empiezan
HQTV?
Precious Hill
PRAYERORACION
Sep 23 - Oct 22
Money can’t buy me happiness, and neither will being broke. Expand yourself this month and prepare
for what’s around the corner. A good plan can only
bring good things. Give yourself a head start and begin
mañana.
Local
Taurus
QUIZ
Nautical
Mar 21 - Apr 19
With less gringos on the island, this month should be a time
for you. Concentrate on what makes you happy and on the
loved ones around you. Listen to your heart and let it guide
you to new experiences… whether they be solitude on a
dock or socializing, good times are on their way for you.
PUZZLES
Aries
1. 2001, 2. 182.88m, 3. Mickey Mouse,
4. Nike, 5. $600, 6. Coffee
HOROSCOPES
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2. Frozen lid (6)
3. Plan (4)
4. Load of rubbish (7)
5. Threadlike strand (5)
6. Wall to keep water out
(5)
8. Event (4)
9. A wee drink (3)
12. Express an opinion (3)
13. Self contained underwater breathing apparatus
(5)
15 & 28 Go down here to
the beach (5, 3)
18. Liquid used for flavour
19. Sorrow (5)
20. ___ off in golf (3)
21. Tall clouds (7)
22. Droop (3)
23. Solitary being (6)
24. English public school
(4)
25. Fastener (6)
26. Move smoothly (5)
27. Wireless (5)
28. See 15 down (5,3)
30. Large boat (4)
1. Two piece suit (6)
7. Explosive (8)
8. Found on a chromosome (4)
10. African tree (6)
11. Rough (6)
14. Circuit (3)
16. Siblings daughter (5)
17. As soon as possible
(4)
19. H2O (5)
21. Species of grouper (5)
22. Textured leather (5)
23. Can you take it? (4)
26. Get out of here! (5)
28. A gamble (3)
29. Union (6)
30. Indonesian beach skirt
(5)
31. Religious song (4)
32. Cocktail (8)
33. Small and dainty (6)
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hmm.... pompoms or drums?
Lychee Lycheeeeees!
Show me the money
Say `I do` in a bikini
Roving Reporter
Surprise!
Sea’s bounty
Lady Muck
October, 2005
Out and About
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Sports
INTERNATIONAL
Football
Sure Start for Chelsea
In England Chelsea have started the
defence of their title well by winning
the first seven games of the season.
Manchester United lost further
ground by succumbing 2-1 at home
to Blackburn, fans were so angry that
they booed their team off the park.
In Spain Celta Vigo are the surprise
leaders of La Liga after both Barcelona and Real Madrid started the new
season in lethargic fashion. ■
Tennis
Federer Flies through Final
LOCAL
Baseball
Football
Current League standings
Chicago White Sox beat Detriot Tigers 4-2 to clinch the
American League Central
Division Title.
The New York Yankees remain top of
the East Division but Boston can still
catch them if results go their way. ■
Cricket
Rare Victory for England
England have won back one of the
oldest trophies in sport, for the first
time since 1987, by beating Australia
2-1 in the Ashes series.
Many commentators have called it
the greatest series of cricket ever. ■
New Motorsport
Federer and Agassi
Marathon
Sox Celebrate
Motor Sports
Roger Federer confirmed his domination of men’s tennis with another
grand slam title.
He beat local favourite Andre Agassi
in the final of the US open by three
sets to one. Kim Clijsters took the
women’s title after victory over Mary
Pierce. ■
October, 2005
The inaugural race
of the new A1 Grand
Prix of Nations was
won by Nelson
Piquet Jnr of Brazil
at Brands Hatch.
Nelson Piquet In A1 teams compete
by nation and all drive identical cars.
Meanwhile at 24 years of age Fernando Alonso of Spain became the
youngest ever world champion of
Formula 1. ■
1. Juventus
1. Sharks
2. Dolphins
3. Sherryl
4. Tigers
5. Calis
N.B. Juventus and Sharks share the lead
but Juventus have a game in hand
Fixtures
Jeremy Crane
Utila’s first Indepence Day marathon
took place on 15th September. 38
people braved the sun and the flies to
compete.
Adult Men
1st Jeremy Crane (representing TTI)
2nd Juaquin Nunez
3rd Oscas Vazquez
Adult Women
1st Tara (representing Tanquila Bar)
2nd Alejandra Martinez (representing BICA)
3rd Ana Ritcher
Youth
1st Larzon Bodden (representing Coral View )
2nd George Diamond
3rd Erick Villalobo
Boys
1st Dubasky Jackson
2nd Mauricio Hill
3rd Richard del Olmo Junior
Girls
1st Mayra Kordovsky
3rd Janine Jackson
Penalty shoot out. Juventus v. Dolpins
Local Rivals
U
Frank Jackson
tilas soccer league is
made up of six different
teams, the Dolphins, Tigers, Sherryl, Juventus, Calis
and the Sharks.
Right now the two best teams are
the Dolphins and Juventus, on saturday they will face each other for
the second time this season.
This time the Dolphins are bringing two second division players
from the mainland so the competition is definitely going to pick up.
In the end it seems likely Juventus
are going to overcome the Dolphins and win on Saturday going
on to win the championship. ■
01-10 4:00pm Juventus vs Dolphins
01-10 6:30pm Sherryl vs Calis
02-10 3:30pm Tigres vs Sherryl
02-10 6:00pm Juventus vs Calis
08-10 4:00pm Sharks vs Calis
08-10 6:30pm Dolphins vs Sherryl
09-10 3:30pm Juventus vs Tigres
09-10 6:00pm Sherryl vs Sharks
15-10 4:00pm Juventus vs Sharks
15-10 6:30pm Dolphins vs Tigres
16-10 3:30pm Dolphins vs Sharks
16-10 6:00pm Sherryl vs Juventus
22-10 4:00pm Dolphins vs Calis
23-10 3:30pm Calis vs Tigres
EXCHANGE RATES
US Dollar
Euro
British Pound
Australian Dollar
Canadian Dollar
Guatemalan Quetzale
Mexican Peso
Nicaraguan Cordoba
Costa Rican Colone
18.86
22.70
33.96
14.30
16.01
2.46
1.74
1.11
0.04

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