Las Rocas Resort & Dive Center
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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We drove from Leon to Tegucigalpa (capital of Honduras ) where we took a flight on a twin prop Otter to Roatan. The flight was quite something in the small plane. We could see the mts. below us and the ocean as we approached Roatan. We stayed at West End close to the beach. Hotel was a little seedy, but great location. Roatan is a big destination Caribbean Island for people, divers and huge cruise ships. It was great to chill for ...
... and Lia from Barcelona.
Especially Simon was very funny as he was the typical Gallego (at least from what Betty told us). Tez and I found each word which came out of his mouth extremely funny. He had a very formal way of speaking and a very peculiar sense of humor.
The trip departed at 13.00 and we came back at 17.00. The Water Cay itself is nothing special, but the way there was very nice. Since there are several little islands and the landscape is beautiful as ...
... my turn to go to check the emails. I went to the same bar and got a shot but mine was oops $15. Came back and had lunch and watched some of the World Cup. Brazil hosted and won the first game. Spent some time at the pool and laid down a while in the cabana. In the am the ship people had arrived but by 2:00 all gone so it was very quiet. We walked out if the hotel and found a cab driving by. We asked him to take us to town, I wanted to go into West End ...
... and Terry poured my wine into it (and some on to my head). It was fairly hilarious. Our laughing woke Marie up, so then we headed back down to the beach for dinner, there weren't a lot of very happening places, so we went to Beachers again, where we went last night, and they put a table out on the beach for us. While we were waiting for the table, a crab pinched my foot. Since he was so aggressive, we wished we could have caught him ...
... 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 ...