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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... in case you do rafting, they give you a discount on accommodation - USD 12 per person and per room); restaurant as a part of the lodge (quite expensive).
- Moskitia Ecoaventuras: rafting for USD 45 per person; free transportation La Ceiba and Cangrejal River (in case you have your own vehicle, they give you a discount on rafting – USD 10 per person); cabin tent for USD 10 per person; no restaurant (guests are invited to bring their own ...
... hands with us and wish us bon voyage. The owner even accompanied us most of the way back to the hotel, claiming that the streets of Tela were not safe at night.
Tela was clearly the sort of place that would grow on you and we felt we hadn’t really done it justice in the time we had spent there but on Wednesday we were going to Honduras’s main beach resort, Roatan in the Bay Islands, where we were going to put down roots for 5 days.
... only a few scratches. I forgot about the snake thing and was grabbing on to any branch I could to help me through it, just hoping I didnīt accidentally grab a snake. Iīve seen too many of those movies. Eventually, we made it to the bottom of the full waterfall which is about 60 meters high. It was beautiful up there and Cassandra and I were really proud of ourselves that we got through it and didnīt get stuck anywhere. After taking a nice break there, we came to more of ...
... to 30-50 of them. We took a miniature railway to the heart of the park which collected the local children for school along the way. We then motored down the river to various nooks and crannies in the rivers edge. I am not sure whether we have been on one boat too many but it was not long before the kids were fast asleep and I was in a hypnotic state. We did not spot one manatee ...
... so we quickly went up to our room, picked up the umbrella and headed out in the rain. And then it started POURING! Suprisingly refreshing after such a hot day though... We made our way to the grocery store to stock up on supplies and then walked down the street to find a place to eat. Everyone here seems to close up shop pretty darn early. It was 5:00 and nothing was open! 3 or 4 blocks later, treading carefully on the puddle filled sidewalks we stumbled upon a Chinese ...