Turquoise Bay Resort
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An all-day trip from Copan to the island of Roatan.
Passed fields of corn, cattle, locals with the men in their white cowboy wide brim hats, locals waiting for the local bus standing by the side of the road, horses roaming freely ...
... here rather than lug ...
... harsh, just trying to delve into the nature of the
beast. And don’t get me wrong; I’m not
judging anyone solely by the type of car they drive, but rather that’s the most
outward point in which I choose to begin. (Besides, I drive a 1980 Trans Am)
And the cheating thing seems to be universal with these guys; charmers
are cheaters. I’m easily charmed so I
should be on the lookout for this type of guy and ...
... kind of disease down one shoulder and arm, we think it was sandflies or sealice as only those of us that spent the day at our local beach have them, they disappeared after a few days and I have been alot more strick with my insect repellent since then and im taking tablets to combat the mozzie diseases so all is good :)
And then its time to move on and leave our island paradise and our hammock behind. Up at 5am for our all day drive to ...
... to charter a smaller boat to take us on an island tour and do some snorkeling. The trip was really great. We snorkeled Spooky Channel (which is a portion of reef that drops from roughly 20 feet deep to well over 200. The extremely deep blue below made it eerie to swim over. We picked up starfish, played with kittens on a small island and got dropped off on a portion of beach that was completely untouched by man. ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTurquoise Bay Resort Roatan
It's such a nice hotel, but pretty far from west bay
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