Plantation Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... beach was accessible by a skyride cablecar directly from the port which took us up above the trees and down to the very lively beach only 10 minutes from the ship. The waters were a lovely clear blue and the ship was clearly visible from the beach along with a couple of old shipwrecks and another cruise ship docked a few miles in the distance. Sharon was excited to find a man selling coconuts on the beach. Ever since we have been coming to ...
... tour of the island that included a visit to an Iguana farm providing refuge for over 2,700 iguanas. (The islanders eat iguanas--so the ones on the farm are the lucky ones!) The iguanas were a hoot...more colorful than the ones we have seen in the Galapagos and elsewhere.
Our second stop at a private home provided magnificent views of the island and ocean. The waves were visible breaking along the ...
... for some reason I had packed them all in my day bag today. As we sat on the boat we definitely did not look like we were making our way to a Caribbean island, I'm pretty sure I resembled an old granny with my hood up and scarf wrapped around my legs like a blanket! We are staying at Underwater Vision on Utila, it seems to be the most popular on the island and has it's own mini beach, sun loungers and volleyball court, as well as a large bar ...
... of his 62 years on Utila, his childhood is in stark contrast to present day. Doors had no locks, traffic was none existent apart from the odd bicycle (the mass of golf carts and quad bikes is hugely unnecessary taking something away from the chilled out Caribbean vibe), and the seabed couldn't been seen due the sheer number of fish. Sadly marine life isn't quite so buoyant in 2014. With hand on heart, Tony declared that as a kid, the largest crabs on ...
... it was very cool. Then, we got back in the boat, and drove over to a more local beach, and saw tons of tide pools with crabs, conchs, and other creatures living in them. When we were finished, we headed back in, and stopped at West End to drop Cuny off... he was house sitting and needed to walk the dog, so his friends drove us back to our beach. We missed the sunset cruise (it left at 4:30, and it was close to 5), so we went upstairs ...