First of all, I want to share that the Roatan Marine-park's photo contest calender is available. Have a look at their FB page and see some of the amazing photos that were submitted. I am proud to say I think I bought the first one as they had just gotten them in. A great birhtday present to one of our divers.
With the West End Road project finally finished after a year of construction of sewage system and road surfacing, we can all finally get back to normal life.
What a relief not to have dodging heavy machinery, random holes that were closed one day and open again the next. We miss our sandy road. But since there was no choice, we are glad to see we actually got the better of the evils. A kind of sandy colored cement road with a rippled pattern.
We had a couple who have been diving with us for the last 5 years. Post dive sessions including logging dives, maybe have a drink and out come the fish and creature books. They announced that this time was the year they observed the most variety in the marinelife. Bigger groupers, bigger and a lot more lobsters.
This is a thumbs up for the Marinepark and all that are involved and support.
September also was the time to see crazy amounts of Silversides and Glassy Sweepers in the Blue Channel swimm throughs.
The treat for this weeks divers were a pregnant pipehorse. Well its the male who carry the upcoming offspring so don't really sure what term to use...
West End businesses are ready again to share what Roatan has to offer.