We took a ride to the enchanting island of Roatan (although the ferry boat was not so great) and saw the wonders of the island. It was a bit too touristy, but it was still very peaceful. Snorkeling was great, and I remember “sterilizing” my mosquito bites in the salty water. It helped, but it hurt really badly. Back to the snorkeling, I saw many cool fish such as black angelfish and neon blue dotted ones, but the best thing I saw was the moray eel. It was a dull green and I only saw it for 2 seconds before it got scared and hid away (drat), and then I got distracted by a bunch of fish circling my feet. It was truly something.
I also went paddle boarding, which was easy on the water because there were NO waves and the water was shallow. I went over to the neighboring resort too see their dolphins аnd I saw them jump, play and eat. It was a sight to behold, but it was also very sad to see them trapped in captivity.
I liked Roatan a lot, but I think it was almost TOO comfortable because it was such a peaceful area, not adventurous like the eco lodge we stayed at.