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Travel Blogs from Roatan
Day 3 - We woke up early and walked to Gumbalimba park and went zip-lining. The park guide provided us the pirate history of the island and taught us about the iguanas on the island. There were also Macaws and Capuchin Monkeys that posed on our shoulders. Ziplining was thrilling. We descended several hundred feet on about 12 different zip lines. We grilled steak that evening and read in our hammocks. ...
... as far north as we could go but where it had been raining, the puddles were getting pretty deep and when we nearly got stuck in one, we decided to turn round and go back. We then headed as far south as we could, but the land ended so we had to turn around again so we headed back to our cottage and chilled out for the evening.
The following morning Emily, one of the girls Mona had met that was also staying in the cottage, and I had booked to do our “fun ...
... in West Bay, the back-packer, diver hang-out full mostly of restaurants, a handful of bars and dive-shops. It was one street which wove it’s way along the waterfront which consisted of two small bays in our immediate area. The bays had reef break just out of the heads and shallow and calm waters leading to a small beach lined with palm trees. Lovely stuff.
We hooked up with ‘Reef Gliders’ dive center and became part of the crew for ...
You all know that during this whole vacation that I am waking up early every morning, so I will save you those boring details. We arrive in Roatan, and dock at the pier. We walk through the Duty Free shops to get to the center of the courtyard where all of the group tours are meeting. We walk past Piranha Joe's Tavern going to our line for our tour. Here we are going to a private beach to lay around and do ...
... you can see them down the sides of the roads, or sometimes tentatively crossing the road. They’re blue bellied with orange faces, and sometimes they all move in unison.
Lizards: You can see all sorts of Geckos on walls and ceilings, and very timidly on the paths. Iguanas are much bigger and you can find sunning themselves on walls and low tree branches as soon as you ...
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking