Roatan island style website featuring articles and stories of adventure, yarns and photography, this 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.
Tinsel and bows were long cast aside
for this Christmas was special… the gift was outside!
Cruise Ships Cruise Shippers Roatan Cruise shippers are sure to enjoy the safe, secure and simple pleasures of Roatan Island, a part of the Bay Islands in the Bay of Honduras.
Diving Adventure Okay, so Monday afternoon we loaded up the Pelican and headed out for a dive at Canyonlands, a Roatan scuba site we love east of Sandy Bay out past the Odyssey (a wreck located just about in front of the Sunshine Cafe) with Captain Dan.
Diving Roatan Divers are coming from all over the world to experience this rustic, unspoiled, breath taking coral reef island. The island is situated along The Great Western Barrier Reef off the coast of Honduras.
Bill Brady arrived on Roatan as a Peace Corps Volunteer in February of 1971. Following is his story of Paul Adams The Father of Tourism in the Bay Islands.
Incubation period: 65 to 115 days, varies according to species. Number of eggs: 5 - 40 per clutch, varies according to species.
Age at maturity: 3 years. Life expectancy 4 to 60 years, varies according to species.
CD features finger-style guitar calypso/puntas, a Nicaraguan folk song, and haunting Spanish guitar melodies. There are songs of celebration and love songs. There is a Roatan blues "Rainy Season blues" and a country-ranchero waltz “Bad Bad Whiskey”. It also features salsa rhythms with mambo and guaguanco in “Dolphin Dance” and “Circling Sharks”. “Dia Lindo” or beautiful day is a musical pastoral of Roatan. There is an Edgar Allan Poe poem, El Dorado” set to music by Kristofer and a tropical celebration of life in paradise with the title track “Welcome to Roatan.
“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