Griffin and Allie’s day in Guanaja
Another great day in Guanaja, waking to an island with more hammocks than people. Today was a big day; I caught my first big bone fish in the morning. With the help of Tee, I was able to reel it in without a problem. It was awesome! Later in the day we got on a boat for more fishing and I caught a couple of Jacks and Cudas. Again. Awesome! Much to the groups surprise, Tee signed us up for a sea kayak trip around the island. I thought it was an incredible experience while riding through the town. I learned that their homes are not like ours but very different. A guide from the island, Edwin, showed us all the area that he grew up in. I got a true vision of how my life differs from those living in Honduras. We wrapped up the day with some flat fishing and a dinner prepared by our lovely hosts. The best part was that Mrs. Ryan and Allie supplied most of the fish we ate for our pre dinner cuisine. I look forward to what tomorrow brings. Griffin.
Today was a fantastic day! Mrs.Ryan and I decided to have a girls day to go deep sea fishing with Rankin. We started out on the day in a taxi taking it across the main land. It was very fascinating seeing the way of life on the island. Rankin, born in Guanaja showed me and Mrs. Ryan his home town and the best fishing on the island. We spent the day eating sugar cane and catching a variety of fish, including yellow fin snapper, and grouper. The highlight of our day was when Mrs.Ryan and I caught a total 160 pound Tarpon. Both were extremely difficult to reel in. We decided not to join the boys on their sea kayaking trip because we were having such a good day fishing! We concluded our day with a swim on the beach eating sea grapes. The end of our day, Rankin took us back to the island so we could brag about the biggest catch of the week! Allie.