Marble Hill Farms

Address: Diamond Rock, Roatan, Bay Islands, Honduras | Ranch
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      Turquoise Bliss

      A travel blog entry by zuleima on Aug 12, 2014

      48 photos

      ... West Bay were nice and social. They really engaged in conversation and I appreciated that. After the bar closed at 10 PM (talk about early) we headed back to our hotel and stayed out by the pool yet again. However, this didn't last long after we were getting bit up by the mosquitos. First time I have traveled to Latin America without bug spray. Big mistake. Make sure it's always on you people!

      Let's talk about how we ended our night though. So when Julizza and I go back in ...

      Snorkeling off of Infinity Bay!

      A travel blog entry by sojanet on Jul 06, 2014

      6 photos

      I woke up way too early today. It's the sun, I tell you! We hopped on a truck bed packed with other Clinica Esperanza volunteers. Every Sunday they go to Infinity Bay to go snorkeling. I was told it's pristine and beautiful, so I decided to skip diving today and tag along. The truck went across the island and over the hills instead of going around along the shore. It was a bumpy but fun ride, and we could see both sides of the island from the top! Once ...

      Roatan - Utlia's big brother

      A travel blog entry by markjezek on Mar 14, 2014

      36 photos

      ... Another couple of kilometres later we arrived at our new home. This house was set back from the road and looked nice until the owner began to give us a tour. The mental asylum off Leonard DiCaprio’s Shuttler Island has more luxury features. This house was decrepit, mold was forming on all walls, doors wouldn’t close, locks almost didn’t exist, there was a random pitbull dog on the porch, toilet seats were missing and the bed linen looked ...

      Chalk and cheese

      A travel blog entry by edwardrugg on Feb 24, 2014


      ... in the back of my mind.
      I had noticed that for a fee it was possible to change the departure of my return flight. A little more research informed me that instead of going through the performance of returning to the mainland and spending two nights in motels to wait for my connecting flight I could infact move over to the neighbouring Island and get a direct flight to the US from there thus cutting around thirty hours including stop ...


      A travel blog entry by edwardrugg on Jan 09, 2014


      ... of roofs and doors.

      It's dried up now, the wind has abated and a very relaxed clean up and repair is underway. Actually for the most part it wasn't too bad if you didn't mind getting soaked to the bone.

      I have also discovered that there are four of us doing the course together, a Danish lad, a ditzy blond from South Africa and an Irish-American girl from Wisconsin. We haven't really had much time to get to know each other with most of ...