Paradise Beach Hotel
Travel Blogs from West Bay
... with a few others in our group. Gina took advantage of the hot water in our room to have a shower. We then headed out up the road for supper at a local Mexican place. I had steak tacos while Gina had fish tacos and both were pretty good. I also tried lionfish, a pest on the reef and the only fish you can legally kill as they are an introduced species with no enemies. It tasted like regular fish. After supper we stopped in at one of the bars on the side of ...
... decide which trick they'd like to do and communicate to each other about their plan. They then complete the trick together, and are rewarded for their effort. We as humans know we're not the only intelligent beings on this planet, and we're starting to crack the code about how dolphins communicate and have highly developed cognitive abilities. Now we're continuing to work on our fish survey project, which we will present tomorrow ...
... 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 ...
Today has been a very, very long day. After quickly meeting everyone, we checked in and boarded our flight to San Salvador, Honduras for a 2:50am take off. The flight went smoothly, leading to the final flight from San Salvador to Roatan.
Immediately upon landing, we were bombarded by sunshine and beautiful, lush landscapes. I think Roatan is one of Central America's hidden treasures, which I think you'll start to agree with after ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet