Media Luna Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... hotel's rooftop pool for the rest of the evening. It was absolutely BEAUTIFUL! What an amazing view of the beach and island. We had a great time! We spent hours here just listening to music, drinking, having a good time, and enjoying each other's company, along with our new friends that we made on the trip. At around 6:30 PM we thought it was time to head back to the hotel and get ready for dinner. We met up at 8:00 PM with the group and walked over to ...
... put with the captain in case rowing proved to difficult, which I'm happy to say it didn't. There was the 3 of us, plus a 22 year old captain and 16 year old first mate. We kayaked through the mangroves out to the snorkel site. I really enjoyed hearing the captains take on life in Honduras. He's enlisted in the Honduran Marines and begins his raining I a few months. Seems like a scary prospect and he says the danger is worth it because he ...
... resident I will be working with at the hospital and explored the West End. We went to Sundowners bar at sunset and I tried the local beer port royal which is pretty good. The sunset there was gorgeous. They rent paddle boards next door although at $20/hour I think I'll pass. We ate dinner at a busy spot called Creole's Rotisserie chicken that was packed and sold quarter chicken with sides for $6. There were cats and crabs all over the restaurant and one cat curled up on the ...
... Caribbean guy weighing about 160kg. He thankfully laughed it all off… ha ha ha ha. So we moved in, and then proceeded to head off to the local grocery store to buy up. We had all been longing to cook some fresh food at home, so this was perfect. With car loaded with fresh produce, beers and wine we returned to cook up a feast and enjoy the first night on Roatan.
The next few days, we took the truck and wandered the island and made the most of ...
... with G&Ts, ahhhh! Chilli's also had a communal kitchen so we were able to save some money by cooking dinner. Dinner time in the small
kitchen was like a ballet while 5 of us maneuvered around each other trying to prepare meals. You meet some fun people that way. For breakfast/lunches we had lion fish tacos or baleadas (a thick corn meal tortilla filled with beans and veggies and then a choice of chicken, beef, egg, cheese, sausage). The baleadas are great ...