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Travel Blogs from Roatan
... com! (google for discount codes). Getting into the Charlotte airport was way too easy for a post-9/11 American airport. I didn't see any trays to put my shoes, electronics, and toiletries in, so I was kind of staggering when the TSA agent on the other side of the metal detector motioned me to come on ahead. So I put my bag with everything in it on the conveyor belt and walked through the detector with my shoes on! I know! I felt like such a ...
... I recommend to never go unless you like being constantly harassed by people trying to sell you everything and anything. Where we stayed on Roatan was very quiet and right on the beach in a cool little town. We thought the diving was slightly better in Roatan than Utila but both very good.
Highlight was catching up with Wani & Jodi and doing some diving with them.
... I ran the brunch shift and Megs sorted out dinners. We ate really well during our stay.
The first full day we had on the island we went out on a diving/snorkelling trip. The weather was average making the sea rough on our side of the island so we headed across island for calmer waters. We were with an older group of American couples who were super excited and very funny company. We headed out for two dives with Megs snorkelling while ...
... annoyed that we had to move, as this apartment was perfect, and motored towards the new place. Arriving at the new place, we drove up a steep driveway which opened up to a large property complete with 3 bed rooms, 3 bathrooms, large kitchen, pool and outdoor cabana with direct views of the beach and sunset. With our psychic abilities we told each other not to get too excited about this. So we all did a quick whip around the property and said that we’d ...
... road, other animals like ducks and chicken also roaming freely.
The speed humps didn't help.
The locals came and went.
More cows, pottery sold on the sold of the road, fields of vegetables and a timber milling ...
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