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.
... it was one of our last chances to see one. The next dive was at a dive spot called Mary's Place, which is apparently a very famous site. It had a couple huge crevices for us to swim through - we were surrounded on all sides by walls! It's an interesting experience. On this dive, I got to see two more French Angelfish, which made me very happy as you could imagine. Even though it was a bit windy and cold, the water was warm and ...
... we normally could. One of the best parts of the dives today was the coral formations we saw. Two species in particular that caught my eye: the Pillar Coral and the Elkhorn Coral. I'll post some pictures of them with this entry. I haven't seen a ton of them, so they were really interesting to see. They look almost majestic and regal underwater, if that's possible. One great thing about this class is that I've come to appreciate far more marine life that I did ...
... some of my pictures. After a quick van ride, we arrived at our home away from home, Anthony's Key Resort. It's a simple but delightful place. I can't think of a much better way to describe it! Our cabins have screens and movable shutters for walls and sit right on the dock near the ocean - an island paradise.
We enjoyed lunch and dinner here today, as well as getting an introduction to the Roatan Institute for Marine Science ...
... Spanish. While ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool