Travel Blogs from Roatan
... applying the sunblock but neglected the back of my legs the last day and am paying for it. There is a stark contrast between my natural “cheek” color and my upper thigh. It doesn't hurt too much but is uncomfortable.
Yesterday, we took in this order: taxi, ferry, taxi, bus, collectivo, moto-scooter to D&D Brewery at Lake Yojoa. It was a ****** weather day and very rainy. We are currently underwhelmed by this place. It has been over hyped ...
... I feel safe ...
... because although that’s really all we have in common it’s a definitive connection. Looking around at the airport there were a few good looking guys headed to the Island. For a split second I tried to imagine having some sort of romantic torrid love affair, but it’s way too soon for me to feel that vulnerable again.
My first view of Roatan was in Coxen Hole, looking around I noticed ...
We left Antigua and headed to our next country on the list, Honduras. A country with possibly an even worse reputation than Mexico in terms of violence and danger. All which is easily forgotten as we drove through the mountains on the winding roads, where we were able to appreciate the natural beauty of this country.
I am actually glad that I am travelling through Central America during the Rainy Season, or ...
... grilled fresh fish at RJs, a place we will most definitely be frequenting over the next six weeks. Today we're going to do some gardening with our BICA friends then tonight check out a bar called Treetanic in the top of a mango tree...should be interesting. Official volunteering starts on Monday when a turtle expert is coming to chat to us. Hopefully we'll then get to do some night turtle watches and explore the island's wildlife further. Until next week, Sian and ...
How has this lodge rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking