Turquoise Bay Dive & Beach Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTurquoise Bay Dive & Beach Resort Roatan
It's such a nice hotel, but pretty far from west bay
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... taxis were few and far between so we ended up sharing one with 5 other people, lucky we all had life jackets. It was a slow but uneventful and pleasant journey back to West End. We wandered around the hotel's pool and admired the sunset before making ourselves comfortable on the outdoor deck chatting and lazing around. Surprisingly there don't seem to be Mosquitos here so it is pleasant to sit ...
... beach before taking an island boat ride out to see some shipwrecks and mangrove “islands”. The first shipwreck was the Tulum which was carrying lumber when it wrecked on the reef in 1977. It cannot be removed because it would damage the reef.
The other shipwreck was the Alexander, a large steel ship that was carrying concrete when a severe storm caused it to run aground on the island in 1982.
We passed ...
... most part they are shades of green and brown and yellow. The fish however were amazing! Electric blue tangs, blue and purple parrot fish, sergeant majors with their yellow and black stripes, and many others we’d never seen before. Dale even saw a ray! Afterwards we had a nice lunch of chicken, rice, macaroni, cabbage and watermelon. We sailed along for a while longer and then landed on a beach. From there we boarded a small bus and were driven back to the ...
... has fees attached, the day you are low enough to need cash, there's a good chance machine will be out.Just like looking for hamburger buns at the Safeway at the end of a sunny summer Saturday! Money in another country usually presents some challenges. Here they are that a) the largest bill (500 limpiras or limps) is worth only $25 US and b) most food places outside of big resorts don't take credit cards and c)many stores and restaurants can't handle change for the ...
... tax, then waited in another line to go through immigration and security. While Paul was coming out of security, his name was called for a random check of his checked luggage. They made him put on an orange vest (very stylish) and carted him out to the tarmac while they inspected his bag. He was released shortly before boarding. The flight was on-time and fine – a little bumpy. Immigration and customs in Houston ...