Las Sirenas Hotel & Condos

Address: Carretera Pavimentada Ppal, West Bay Beach, West Bay, Roatan, Bay Islands, IB3100, Honduras | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Carretera Pavimentada Ppal, West Bay Beach, West Bay, is near Bodden Tours, Gumbalimba Park, Sante' Wellness Center Day Spa, and Windsurfing School & Paddle Tennis.
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      Full day of diving plus some fun!

      A travel blog entry by sojanet on Jul 07, 2014

      15 photos

      ... protection! Then there is the gas truck that roams the streets at 7 in the morning using a megaphone to sell gasoline. So if you want gas, you could sit around and wait for the truck to pass. You don't have to waste precious gas getting to the station! Then there is the ATM machines. I asked Sarah if there are ATM machines readily available around the island, and she said there are but only a few are "good". Apparently one girl used an ATM and next thing she knows, ...

      Days #16, #17, and #18

      A travel blog entry by cprybyl on Jan 15, 2014

      5 photos

      ... interesting to learn the different hand signals and to directly interact with them. Our dolphin, Gracie, had such a bright and playful personality. We did another night dive yesterday, and it was fantastic. We got to see some bioluminescence in the water, and it was a beautiful thing to witness - almost magical. I can't believe how quickly this whole trip has gone by! Tomorrow is our last day of diving, and then Friday is our last day in Roatan. I'm soaking up the sun while I can! ...

      Synchronised drowning!

      A travel blog entry by edwardrugg on Jan 12, 2014


      ... s always 'don't worry, sit this out and you can make it up another day'. And then we are encouraged to behave like children when we are pretending to be learner divers for each other to practise on. To be honest we messed around so much all we really did was show each other the worst case scenarios and stitch each other up. But it was very funny, holding onto two divers intent on going in different directions ...

      Day #8 and Day #9

      A travel blog entry by cprybyl on Jan 05, 2014

      10 photos

      ... it out. I'm really glad I did - it's delicious! I'll post a picture of a Lionfish with this entry - you might be surprised at what it looks like! Today we went on two dives on the South side of Roatan and practiced using transect lines to collect data. I'm finding that I'm becoming more and more proficient in identifying things, which makes the dives so much more worthwhile. Our second dive was one of the best so far. Not ...

      The Bay Islands and Honduras

      A travel blog entry by rangjill on Dec 02, 2013

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... probably were the main reasons for the change. Also, it seemed as though drugs had a strong-hold of the island: there were always a few strung-out guys who would shout randomly in the street. By asking locals, we discovered that the law changed three years ago--as requested by locals--to allow atv's, motorcycles, and other trucks on the narrow main road. As a result, one must play pedestrian "leapfrog" to get to anywhere around town. We both felt a cold feeling as we ...