Travel Blogs from Roatan
... and the cab driver didn't know where it was and the two passerbys we asked didn't know either.. I hadn't bothered to get more info from neither the Chinese guy nor google because I thought that's how it worked here! Name the part of town and name the restaurant and bam! Well, apparently turtle soup is not really legal, so we can't ask around for a place that serves that.. So we ended up "settling" for a place called Bayside. The taxi driver said he's wait for us while ...
Bodie and Sarah had planned on leaving and heading over to Roatan (the largest of the Bay Island), so Amanda and I decided to go with them and make it a shared experience. I use that word ‘experience’ very deliberately as you will hear ha ha ha ha. Anyways, Bodie and Sarah arranged a transfer between the islands and I assumed that it would be a ferry or some sort, but I was mistaken. It was literally a small fishing run about, with enough room for I ...
... as I managed to walk to a restaurant most nights and see at least one or two of the people i knew.
Eventually fit enough to dive I wandered down to the dive shop to try and get my name on the board for some more dives. Apart from the instructors I didn't recognise a soul. The board was also full for the next four days so I returned to my abode, got my laptop and went in search of a wifi signal to develop a cunning plan that had ...
Day 3 - Roatan, Honduras
After getting off the cruise ship, we went to find the shuttle for our adventure in Roatan. Our adventure was to take place with Roatan Sand Blasters Dune Buggy Tour.
We did not have any problems finding our shuttle.
After a short ride on the shuttle, we arrived at our destination - French Harbour.
After filling out papers, getting our equipment and paying for the tour, we ...
... phone & the ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking