* note I stayed in March 2010 (but, could not pick that date)
Ahhhh.... so lovely. After arriving in Roatan my boyfriend and I spent the first few nights "in town." We then spent the remainder of our trip at the Sunset Beach House with some of our other friends. This is when our true vacation began. I would wake up in the morning after getting a good night's sleep and would walk out to the dock to do my morning stretches. I am a light sleeper, so I just kept the windows closed at night and turned on the a/c and fans. I would then have my tea/coffee on the front porch while lounging in the hammock. We did some reading, socializing on that front porch and it was great! Lots of snorkeling spots in walking distance. As a group we bought groceries and would make big dinners and there was always plenty of room to sit and eat. During the sunset period we would gather on the dock and sit back and enjoi. None of the docks are private in Roatan, but the locals/other travelers are pretty respectful if you are already out there. In the two times that there were other people on the dock I would just walk out there, strike up a conversation, and within 15 minutes I had the dock to my self.... without even having to say "leave." When we stayed in town the first days I would hear roosters and dogs, but, this was not the case at the Sunset Beach House. I truly felt myself unwind and relax. I meditate and this location only enhanced my meditation experience. The breeze was lovely, a million dollar view, and just an all around amazing experience.
I will be back--- already planning a mini-family reunion in the near future and renting out the whole house.
I would recommend this to big family/friend groups, and couples.
- Also Known As:
- Sunset Beach House Roatan, Honduras - Bay Islands