Club Natale Bay Villas
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... They were $0.50 each. Mine had beans and cheese in it. You can really put whatever you want inside. It was delicious. A lunch well worth the price and in walking distance of our hotel.
So after we have full stomachs it was back to lounging and soaking up some sun. Luckily, because we were staying at the Paradise Beach Hotel, we had access to their sister hotel, Paradise Oceanic Hotel which was literally right next to our hotel. So we decided to go ...
... he was the right guy. Paranoid...maybe. He took us to the North part of the island for our kayak and snorkelling. It was stunning. It was as though we were the only 3 foreigners on the whole island. (The tourists head west where the dive shop town of West Bay sits). Marco dropped us at Upchaya, a very small Eco Inn.
We met the lady who would be cooking our lunch and then went to a small dock where we were fitted in our tandem kayaks. ...
After a long ojos rojos flight with subsequent development of ojos rojos I transferred in San Salvador and then took a small slightly frightening flight to Roatan. It's no surprise that this island is quite the tourist destination but there is a large at need local population as well. I arrived at my apartment which unfortunately has no AC and I was sweltering at 100F with high humidity in the room. A midday nap after my red eye flight was impossible. That evening I met up with ...
... and was super excited running out to the car. Bodie and Sarah raced inside, and then all three of them started screaming with joy of a clean apartment. I turned the car off and ran inside, to find a nice two bed room adjoined apartment, with shared bathroom and complete kitchen (something that we were longing for), this place was perfect and only $50 for all of us. In my state of excitement, I jumped onto the manager of the place, Pandy who was a 6 foot 5 ...
... but the beach is overrun with Cruise Ship traveler from about 10 am to 4 pm. You just have to work around them – makes great people watching though when you come out of the water from fish watching.
We switched up our evening cocktails from beers (Mexico – Superior Rubia, Belize – Belikins, Guatemala – Gallos, Honduras – Salavida) to gin and tonics since we found gin for $6 a bottle – wahoo! Sitting on the beach ...