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Spend an afternoon here enjoying great seafood snacks (recommend Erica's shrimp nachos) chatting with Captain Ed and other travelers.
Friday afternoon's attraction is the firing of a 17th Century cannon. Enjoy.
This place is only accessible by boat, and it is worth it! Captain Ed is as salty as they come, and the other patrons were just as awesome. It doesn't get more old school Caribean than this. The food was gook (we had nachos), and...More
This place is just plain fun. Easy going staff and great food & beverages. Definitely worth a trip. Its water access only, but just call and they'll send a boat to get you. This is what Pirates of the Caribbean is really all about.
My wife and I recently visited Roatan on a cruise and were looking for something a little off the beaten path. Fortunately, we found City Dogs sailing and booked a half day sail. my wife and I just wanted a relaxing day under sail and...More
WOW, what can i say? Do it! We were in Roatan in a down pour. Grabbed a tour with Christopher Tours who stayed with us for the entire day. The driver even called Captian Ed who sent a boat to pick us up and across...More
Take the mangrove tour, then go hang out at the Hole in the Wall. The food is fresh and tasteful, portions are quite large and the service remarkable and homey. Engage with the staff and you will return with stories. My family and I had...More
Pale blue eyes, long grey hair pulled back in a ponytail, and a mischievous smile; Captain Ed appears more pirate that restauranteur. With the stories to back it up, we were entertained for hours. The open air restaurant has an atmosphere that is delightfully primitive...More
We rented scooters in West Bay and rode all the way to Jonesville. Followed the Hole in the Wall signs all the way to the parking lot. The little trends there called the Hole in the Wall and the sent a panga to pick us...More