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... After wandering around the ruins in complete solitude, I caught one of the best sunsets from the top of one of the largest temples. Peaking out of the surrounding jungle, you could see toucans flying past and here the jungle floor coming alive as the sun set. Walking back to my tent in the dark, my headlight picked up reflecting eyes of creatures watching me from the trees above. After spending a nerve racking night in my tent, I was awaken by the ...
... jungle unique were the large Macaws sitting in the trees making quite a noise. The government run breeding program is attempting to repopulate the area with these big, colourful parrots. Being sick is never nice, but if I had to pick a place to get sick this was a pretty good one. I was kept in our hotel room for about a week by what felt like a losing battle with some gastrointestinal problems, poor Alya was kept prisoner in Copan with me. After a week of being ...
So after the laundry fiasco I can confidently say that sleeping with no sheets or anything is not a great experience, it's definitely not one of those things you have to try once and will help you grow later on... It's uncomfortable and probably unhealthy. Note to self - do laundry better After a successful free diving session last week with a couple of buddies I decided to step it up one morning and try tackle ...
... that has been cooked with lime. Annette practically swooned after she tasted it.
Roatan was colonized by the Spanish and eventually the British, as well as pirates from several countries. It was formerly called Spanish Honduras. The last treaty was with Britain. Britain agreed to turn the island over to Honduras on the condition that the inhabitants were guaranteed continued freedom of religion.
We saw a beautiful ...
We did not have any specific plans, so agreed to just drive around the island, see some local places (the real people's life), visit a place where we would get to see/hold the monkeys and see the butterflies, a few view points, a local shopping place where there was supposed to have local goods with good price, etc. Most of us wanted to be back at the pier by 3pm.
So off we went. This Roatan island is 1+ hour ship ride away ...