Coconut Tree, West End
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Roatan is surrounded by reefs with fantastic steep drop offs and countless underwater canyons, caves and tunnels. The visibility was always excellent and the water always warm (imagine 28 degrees with no wetsuits).
Matt spent his days doing fun dives at different sites around the island, including one amazing shipwreck which was surrounded by massive grouper! The cargo ship ...
... the dolphins are released daily beyond the very large penned area they met us in. Apparently it is the same principle as walking a dog; they they take the dolphins for a good swim. They would be free to disappear out to sea if they liked but apparently that only happens occasionally, most just follow the boat home.
Today has been spent relaxing by the beach with ...
... were about 20 or more display cases of butterflies. Only having white butterflies around my home town I had no idea that the world had that many different species, sizes and colors of butterflies. Some were even metalic and gorgeous and they fascinated me.
After the insectarium we walked over to the rediculous pirates cave where we learned a bit about pirates in the Honduras area. They had maps and pirate statues and fake gold and jewels in glass display ...
TravelPod Member ReviewsCoconut Tree, West End
We loved staying our first week here. The front desk was so nice and helpful and everyone was so nice. The rooms are very rustic which made us feel like we were on an island holiday already. The only bummer was being right on the dirt road which was busy and caused a lot of dust. There is a brick wall seperating you from the wall whicih makes it better. Would recommend staying there!
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