Guess who is coming for a visit?
Kaily and Dana leaving LAX.
West End Roatan. Let's get to work on the tan!
There are tons of dive shops in Utila. We head for Altons and we instantly like the people there. Thanks for the recommendation Fred and Kathy.
Utila has lots of restaurants and bars. RJ'S serves up some really good local food and our two favorite beers.
Loading up on the favorite brew, Salva Vida.
And the acrobats continue to show off .
In between dives in Utila the dive boat comes upon a pod of over 100 dolphins. They stop and let us slide into the water, stealth like we swim with the Spinner Dolphins. This is a highlight for all of us.
Most of the roads are dirt but it has not rained much recently so they are not mud roads and that we are thankful for.
Owned by an artist, this unique tree-house bar, has platforms and sitting areas connected by bridges and walkways.
Decorated with glass of all kinds.
An unusual man with a wild imagination. We feel like we have dropped into the rabbit hole in Alice's Wonderland.
Just down the road is another unusual building but very tame compared to our previous stop.
Anthony Cay Resort is beautiful. The only downside we can see to this place is the fact that is owned by the local Mayor and we do not like him but
This dolphin training center take their dolphins out of their enclosed pens daily. Out into the big ocean.The dolphins are free to swim away, look for Willy or whatever, but they choose to return with the staff boats. Not sure what this means in dolphin but for this human it must mean they sort of like it here.
Listen to those two laugh...
Having a chat with Kaily.
After a hard day of dolphin training a well deserved beer.