Royal Playa Dive Resort

Address: Carretera Ms Vecinal, Port Royal, Long The Shore, Roatan, Bay Islands, Honduras | Campground
 
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This campground is located on Carretera Ms Vecinal, Port Royal, Long The Shore, Roatan.
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      Travel Blogs from Roatan

      Beach babe in Honduras

      A travel blog entry by jeff.mann on Nov 04, 2014

      8 photos

      ... white sand and nice water for snorkelling. Be aware that you will need to pay for a deck chair to put your towel on and bring your own snorkelling gear if possible. We had a great time just swimming in the calm waters, surrounded by fish. No to do list item here - just ...

      Goodbye Paradise

      A travel blog entry by zuleima on Aug 15, 2014

      24 photos

      ... it was Karaoke night. It was a nice set up but definitely a little dead considering it was a Wednesday night. Drinks were reasonable, anywhere from $3-5. The locals were definitely into the karaoke and sang anything from Reggae to Salsa. It was a good time. After the club closed (about 1:30 AM), we got a cab back to West Bay. The cab charges us $5 each for our ride back to West Bay. Night well spent. Before we knew it, our last night in Roatan was over.

      Back to America!
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      Hola! Aqui es Isla de Roatan!

      A travel blog entry by sojanet on Jul 03, 2014

      17 photos

      ... s been asking Sarah to make her famous guacamole, and she said she would if he brought the ingredients. Yum! We noticed that we were missing cilantro and jalapenos (I don't put jalapenos in my guac, but Sarah says it's a must), so we went over to another grocery store. They didn't have fresh jalapenos but some in cans, and they didn't have cilantros but "cool-antros" (spelled culantros), which is a cousin of cilantro. It looked different but smelled the same, ...

      No words no signs

      A travel blog entry by hereiamsendme on Jul 01, 2014

      3 photos

      Almost 3 months and Instead of learning a new islander language or a new sign language, I've un-learned things. I speak english everyday but I is try to blend in the islander talk where the word "already" is useless. I done learn it, done did it, done gone, etc. You get the picture. En Espanol, lo hablo masomenos parecido pero lo eskribo diferente, aki todos kieren poner la "k" en todos lados, no se por ke. Y tambien nada de tu, todo es "vos".... me ...

      Day two

      A travel blog entry by clh726 on Jun 12, 2014

      1 photo

      ... for tomorrow. He than stopped at another high point next to a light house to see the view and it was a full moon. Came back for dinner a Luna Maya I had lobster bisque, yum plantain chips and ribeye steak. Steak ok. Rubbed with coffee. Luis had a lobster cocktail with mint and watermelon, lobster and flan. He enjoyed his. Went for a walk to the internet bar, saw one baby crab walking, there was a fire thrower at our hotel we came back. Time for bed ...