Marble Hill Farms

Address: Diamond Rock, Roatan, Bay Islands, IB3100, Honduras | Ranch
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          Travel Blogs from Roatan

          Utila, partying paradise

          A travel blog entry by kayna on Jul 02, 2015

          3 comments, 24 photos

          ... t-shirts. In the end, we agreed to a 6 fun dive package each, with a discounted hostel a few minutes down the road near the beach, with some stuff thrown in. We drank rum, filled out paperwork and were driven around on a quad bike. We joined our fellow passengers later for a drink, before heading off for food before the dive shop's 'hog roast' was served. We'd smelt pizza earlier and therefore wanted that, so headed to the pizza place. Something ...

          Roatan; great budget Caribbean diving, snorkelling

          A travel blog entry by campbell-louw on Jun 01, 2015

          19 photos

          ... class bus (cheap bus) that covers the bulk of the distance alone was $41, add short bus rides and accommodation and the shuttle is about the same price. We used Leonlaceibashuttle and were not very impressed, they picked us up an hour late and dropped us in the middle of the night in Leon were we were walking around late at night with all our belongings in the rain trying to find a hostel.

          FOOD: Baleadas are cheap ($1-$2), filling and delicious. A kebab ...

          Port 3 Isla Roatan, Honduras

          A travel blog entry by sarah.sam2015 on May 13, 2015

          3 comments, 2 photos

          ... relaxed under water instead of reminding myself to breathe all the time! My natural instinct was always to hold my breath under water! We have been officially registered with PADI as well which is good as some of what we did can cross credit to part of the certification depending on where you do it through.

          Dont have a lot of photos for this post, but may be able to edit it later when we get the other footage.

          Ro-Ro- Roatan!

          A travel blog entry by mjanesmith on Mar 25, 2015

          1 comment, 9 photos

          ... to the transfer point, boarded the vans and headed back to the ship. At first I was disappointed to be going back in the van, but after a few minutes I thought it was a great idea because we also got to see some of the local life. It was a nice ride.

          Back at the boat, we washed the salt off of our faces and hands, changed clothes, out of wet swimsuits into shorts and t-shirts, grabbed a quick snack at the buffet, and left the ship to go out and ...

          Routan island

          A travel blog entry by jmrowantravel on Feb 05, 2015

          8 photos

          ... black people) still with their customs, speaking an English Creole. Both English and Spanish is spoken.
          Very pretty with white beaches and coconut palms, bananas ,mangos,philodendrons, and hibiscus .The town is geared for tourists, with all prices quoted in US. Not a place if you are on a budget, 16% added for credit card transactions, 10 % service charge and on top of that another ...