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... transportation for us.
We had our own personal driver for the day for $30 for both of us. He drove us to Plaza Mar which had a supermarket and souvenir shop. Here we were able to buy all kinds of things. Definitely spent some hours there. This is probably the best spot you could go to buy gifts. A lot of people from the cruise stops make their way here as well. Definitely something worth doing while in Roatan.
At around 5 PM we returned to the hotel where we ...
... the way with us down ravines and up through mud pathways to get to these 2 girls. (I might have made it sound a little more dangerous than it actually is) One is a deaf girl called Dinah, and she is a very nice study, she will always put whatever she is doing aside to study and will be fully involved in what we're doing. Unfortunately she used to go to the meetings and has not gone for a while so we're trying to encourage her. The other is an adorable little 8 year old deaf ...
... an island off of Roatan Island, for lunch buffet and Copan ruins (the real thing is on the mainland; this one is just a replica, though a really good one, not like a cheesy Vegas style replica) and animal tour-- birds, monkeys, snake, wild boar, several big cats, and some other stuff. I have been to Mexico and Costa Rica, so they were mostly things I've seen already (I know, I'm soo over it :p). I'm always amazed by how bright the birds' colors are, like they've been ...
... Peggy is an American nurse who came here 12 years ago and built this clinic. Interestingly, she doesn't speak that good of Spanish. I asked Sarah about malaria pills, and she said she's taking them! Oh no. She said it's probably not necessary, and we went over to ask a nurse about it. The nurse told me to go to a bar, any bar, and ask for a shot of "give-a-tit". Like a shot shot, not a shot with a needle. Apparently, it is a cure-all! Roatan doesn't have ...
... is such a famous bucket list item...even though the concept seems a bit daft it really was an awesome experience. After the dolphins we were pretty spent so we headed back home for some food. For the afternoon we caught a water taxi (old guy with a dingy) down to the resorty beach on the island. This spot was super touristy with bars/restaurants lining the beach and every man and his dog trying to sell something or take you parasailing. We found ...