Most of the coast where we anchored was lined with rows of parallel rocks. I'm told this made for great snorkeling.
To get to Barbareta, I had to swim ashore, as the water was very deep nearly all the way to the coast. So I double-bagged my camera in plastic and awkwardly paddled one-handed up to the beach. I think the effort was rewarded.
Coxen Hole - Food and Drink
Girls at a small cafe on the main street in Coxen Hole
Coxen Hole - Lottery Tickets
A man selling lottery tickets in Coxen Hole
Coxen Hole - Paradise Computers
A computer shop in West End
Coxen Hole - Sala de Belleza
A Coxen Hole beauty salon
Coxen Hole - Sidewalk Vendor
A mother and daughter waiting for cruise ship tourists to come by
Cruise & Booze
Layers of Blue
The variation in water colors all over the Bay Islands, and especially in the Pigeon Cays, was truly stunning.
One of the real pleasures about shooting on Pigeon Cay was walking right out into the ocean to get a better angle. Not only did my possibilities for composition seem unlimited, but feet didn't get scorched by the sand!
Snorkeling at Pigeon Cay
Snorkeling off the western end of Pigeon Cay
Stones to the Sea
West Bay, Roatan
West Bay Water Taxi
A water taxi pulled up on Tabyana Beach. There were few tourists around this day, and most of the water taxis were sitting idle.
Mild and Wild
I'm not sure what as being done "mild and wild" at this little shop.
Roatan Storage Parking Only
I didn't go down this alley, although I sort of wish I had