Beach and pool were beautiful, the food fabulous and reasonably priced. There are several people walking the beach selling bracelets and wood carvings and etc. they are kind and move along pretty well.
However I was approached by a para-sail company who had a sign and appeared anxious to get a rider so they could drum up some more business. I wanted to take 4 kids and myself but did not want to pay full price. I told him I only had 100 dollars and he brought the boss over to make sure they were not going too low. She said that is a deal so I paid for two rides and we got on the boat.
After we were finished the boat driver told us we owed more money. I told him that I had pre-paid and negotiated the price. Then the salesman stopped me, saying he would have to pay out of his pocket and then the boss (I want to point out that the boss is not from Honduras) met me on the beach and tried to tell me they lost money. Then another guy came over and brought the police who listened to her story of how I ripped them off and they pointed to the price and said that I should have paid 325 dollars but they would take 80 more dollars. The police were taking me to jail so I had to borrow money to pay them. The kids were upset and so was I.
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