Marble Hill Farms
Travel Blogs from Roatan
... There are other friends who are making great efforts to learn sign, but they are just starting. Regularly we have one and sometimes 2 blind deaf studies who need tactile assistance besides another few girls who attend and need help with their comments. Creig and Rissy, the deaf brother and sister, and Areli, an unbaptized publisher have been working really hard, learning about Jehovah despite family opposition, poverty and having to leave their only worldly friends ...
... than a tour guide and he loved nothing more than waving his big stick around with his asinine Macau feather on one end.
It was a stinking hot day so the ruins themselves were a bit lost on us. It was interesting to see though some of the old pyramid shaped structures and how over time the trees had started taking them back.
... as well. Back to the surface and in true Vanessa fashion, dropped my weights in the ocean (oops!). Poor JD had to go back down to 33m to collect them (shame on me :(( ). But so happy I managed to do the dive, it was pretty straightforward as well so looking forward to the next 2 dives yayy!
Unfortunately, Kari couldn't equalise because of the cold she was still recovering from so she ...
... up in the car a few hours ago and made our first stop at Gumbalimba Park to check out some history of the island and we literally hung out with some monkeys and beautiful macaws.
Swimming along the east side of the island and stopping for some local culture added additional good times to the rest of our afternoon.
Attempts to upload video to this blog have so far been denied. I'll continue to try.
... toastie but heaps better! There are filling, delicious and cheap at only around $1 for one. All they are is a tortilla folded in half and filled with refried beans and cheese. This is the basic one but then in most places you can add egg, chicken, avocado and sometimes even fish or lobster. We ate baleadas pretty much every day for breakfast and lunch. In the morning we got them from the cart right across from Birds Of Paradise where we were staying and we'd eat them ...
How has this ranch rated in the past?