Let Me Tell You A Roatan Story or Perhaps A Roatan Yarn
Roatan adventure stories, 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.
Art Palanca: Melvin Alexander Bodden, better known as Palanca, is an eclectic artist of many talents
AKR Summer Camp: Families from just about everywhere were welcomed and given tours of the Resort and the Institute for Marine Sciences. Ages were divided and counselors assigned.
Artist Chapdelaine: Paul Chapdelaine is a well know artist in Tela and Roatan. But, I did not know that, until I walked by what I thought was a street painter (you know, like the kind you see in parks and boulevards in the big cities) and met the man.
Bananarama Gang: Having gotten through perhaps the busiest months at Bananarama Dive Center, many divers have asked us, Do you live and work here all year round? The answer is
We asked them if they would write a little bit about how they got started Giving Back to the people of Roatan and what their Roatan Adventure was like..
Christmas: 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.
Father of Tourism: 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
Fishing Tournament 9th Annual Roatan: Scenes:
· "The Big One" that didn't get away!
· It has been 3 hours.
· Fish on board after 4+hours.
· Heading back for the weigh-in.
· How to remove a fish from a boat.
· Captain overboard
"Hold him Gary...he's leaving.
· The weigh-in 700+ lb Blue Marlin
Fishing Tournament 2011: Roatan Fishing Tournament 2011 Supplies Boat and Tackel Store West End near Rudys.
Gramma's Big Adventure: In 2010 Gramma Pam turned 60. To celebrate this special birthday I went on a trip to
Roatan, Honduras, by myself, where I experienced the most amazing things.
Golf - Rotary Club: Good fun was had by all, and there is surely something to be said about the camaraderie that can develop among team members while bashing that little white ball around.
Historical Perspective: Over the years many Roatan visitors have enjoyed Carambola Botanical Gardens. How did the Gardens come to exist?"
Legendary Roatan: Vacationing in Roatan article and photos. Islands Honduras.
Last Minute Vacations Not A Coup: Roatan Vacationers never missed a beat during our "Its not a coup July"! Families and large youth groups flooded the Island to serve local charities and needs throughout the Island
Miracles: More Miracles Coming illuminated my email titles one morning before the New Year. What was the miracle?
Pier: Roatan News About PIER Roatan Dreams Do Come True
Pirates Fishing: Roatan Pirates Bend Fishing Trip by: Jerimiah Johnson
Saving Birds MaCaw Mountain: “Flocks of five to 15 macaws now fly noisily overhead as tourists move about the ruins,”
Summer in Roatan: Start your Roatan
Traveling Copan: Once you arrive in La Ceiba and disembark at the ferry terminal, you can grab a taxi to the bus terminal for about L 30 ($1.60) per person.
Weddings: Real 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 momen.