Royal Playa Dive Resort
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... a more hopping part of the island. It is owned by Dutch people and screams expat. The place was hopping! It was brimming with young, tan people, and there was a karaoke night going on. The terrible sound system added to the atmosphere, I suppose. They didn't have give-a-teat shots (what if I get malaria!!), so we opted for some local beers (Salva Vida) and pineapple juice and rum. They were like $1 and $3 respectively. The cab there was $1.50 per person, so ...
... and confident when communicating with our deaf friends, realizing that they didn't have to remember the "correct sign" to be able to have a conversation, they could just act it out! The complicated thing is that we basically threw the ASL DVD's out the window and proceeded to interpret EVERYTHING.
It has been some very busy last couple of months with a lot of meeting prep and a lot of funny faces, and blunders at the meetings. For example, I ...
... what u think it is? And will you open your heart to this congregation and wait till we receive you as part of the family, in which case you or at least your heart will never leave Roatan?...Pretty loaded question right?? A Little Paradise? We'll of course! Have you not seen all the google images yet? Read the cruise ship pamphlets? Or even talked to one of the many tourists that have traveled here on a 2 week holiday? However, who has asked the islanders themselves? What ...
... The beach is public so any spot goes. Infinity bay resort has a pool that the public can use as well with purchase at the restaurant or bar. I explored the snorkeling at the end if the beach out in front of grand roatan. Just from the shore I was able to see beautiful fish and coral. I saw quite a few parrotfish, lots of beautiful coral, and quite a few other fish I couldn't ...
... with G&Ts, ahhhh! Chilli's also had a communal kitchen so we were able to save some money by cooking dinner. Dinner time in the small
kitchen was like a ballet while 5 of us maneuvered around each other trying to prepare meals. You meet some fun people that way. For breakfast/lunches we had lion fish tacos or baleadas (a thick corn meal tortilla filled with beans and veggies and then a choice of chicken, beef, egg, cheese, sausage). The baleadas are great ...