Las Rocas Resort & Dive Center
Travel Blogs from West Bay
The coral is so amazing. The fishing wasn't so great but a baracuda decided he wanted to hunt us. Boy was it scary.
... handed in my washing ($7 for however much you have, me and my roommate handed ours in together, bargin), its the first place that did laundry onsite so I took advantage of it. Then spent the rest of the day just down the road at our own little strip of beach. Intrepid have a deal with a local restaurant/hotel and for free you can use their beach chairs and kayaks. The water had quite a bit of seaweed just a litle way out so I sat in the shallows with one ...
... our spot on the beach she went through and devoured most of our yucca chios, spicy peanuts and chicharron chips! She thought she weren't watching...but here's the proof!!
We spent the rest of the day alternatively snorkeling/wading in the ocean. It was heaven; we couldn't have asked for a better first day on the island.
On the way back to condo, we picked up a couple of movies (Argo ...
... and ended up with all her weight leaning on my shoulder. And on top of the knees in the back, girl on my knee and girl on my shoulder, the shoulder girl was holding a baby who had a good old grip of my hair. Michael Mark and Robyn were all comfortably sleeping away during this by the way. About half way a lot of people got off so there was a bit more space. There where a couple of people still in the aisle so the driver gave them little stools ...
... some more of the reef in Brick Bay.
The underwater videos are from the snorkel we did. I managed to spot this Scorpion Fish who is normally really hard to spot as they normally camouflage themselves against some rock but this one was sat on the sand! The reef was really pretty and seemed to be pretty healthy. There were lots of juveniles and adults at various depths.
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service