Escape to Roatan island beaches, coral reefs and participate in the Roatan culture.
Roatan Island Honduras Second Hand News: holidays, festivals and events for September: Happy Teachers Day September 17th is Teacher's Day in Honduras, and is celebrated by thousands of teachers across the country. Honduras Independence Day Celebration Happy Independence day Hondurans! Today the 15th of September, 2014 marks the 193rd celebration of the declaration.
XV The Roatan International Fishing Tournament Sept. 11th
Roatan articles / stories of adventure, yarns and photography, is how we invite you to experience the island. Roatan readers grasp a sense of what it means to escape to pristine beaches, coral reefs and participate in the islands culture.
Summer in Roatan
Parents, zip your kids off to Camp, and put yourself in a diving adventure of a life time! Dive two or three times before you pick up the children.
Traveling Copan Copan a town in the northwestern corner of Honduras where there once was a thriving Mayan culture by the Copan River. A great place to visit featuring hot springs, a wonderful bird sanctuary, and of course, the Mayan Ruins.
Roatan Weddings Beach weddings start with powdery soft white sand under your feet, the sparkle of the sun setting on the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea, palm trees swaying and the anticipation of the romantic moment.
Photo of the Week
Music of the Week
El Dorado by: Kristofer Goldman
Sponsored by: Jolly Roger Roatan
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“Between the inner and outer beaches,
a strand of woods thrived: palms, palmettos, mahogany, figs, and calabash.
Coconut palms and fig trees dropped enough fruit to feed the wildlife that swooped by in droves.
It was so easy to catch a fish with your bare hands,
Tristan and I had made a game of it during our weeks of lovemaking on the warm, supple sand.
It truly was paradise.”
A. Violet End, The Billionaire Who Atoned to Me