Roatan's Dive And Yacht Club
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... lunch! But sure enough, it was back to the beach!
Now it was time to get out of our comfort zone. The hotel offered free kayaking for us because we were staying. So we thought, why not? 4 of us went on our kayaking adventure. But little did we know the wind and waves would take us so far out. Leimer and I were so far! We couldn't believe it. It took everything we had to kayak back to shore. After 40 mins of a good arm workout, we finally made it to the sand! But then come to ...
... I had too much weight (12 lbs.. I misplaced my logbook where I have my weights in different conditions listed, so I just got whatever they gave me and it was too heavy! 8 lbs next time) and my inflator hose was friggin leaking. It made me panic, and I ended up being the first one to come up, which never happens! It was kind of annoying having everyone on the friggin boat point out my malfunctioning hose. Oh well, it was still a good dive! Now we are back ...
... a more hopping part of the island. It is owned by Dutch people and screams expat. The place was hopping! It was brimming with young, tan people, and there was a karaoke night going on. The terrible sound system added to the atmosphere, I suppose. They didn't have give-a-teat shots (what if I get malaria!!), so we opted for some local beers (Salva Vida) and pineapple juice and rum. They were like $1 and $3 respectively. The cab there was $1.50 per person, so ...
... slip into an ASL mind frame when I'm not sure of a sign, so last meeting instead of announcing the end of the Theocratic Ministry School, I announced the end of the Dumb School.... yeah it was great. I'm still not sure how to sign "Theocratic".
The deaf have also benefited, since all the signs they know, we've taught them! It is great that they have the skill of knowing ASL, and they do benefit from the ASL DVD's for their personal study, but ...
... what u think it is? And will you open your heart to this congregation and wait till we receive you as part of the family, in which case you or at least your heart will never leave Roatan?...Pretty loaded question right?? A Little Paradise? We'll of course! Have you not seen all the google images yet? Read the cruise ship pamphlets? Or even talked to one of the many tourists that have traveled here on a 2 week holiday? However, who has asked the islanders themselves? What ...