Roatan’s Beauty, Truth & Wisdom

July 2023

Officials at the Roatan Municipality have a vision of how the island could look in 10, 20, or even 50 years: ample well-kept roads, an efficient garbage removal and disposal system, and an energy grid that makes life easier for residents and visitors alike. Today,

It is possible that you were in French Harbour lately, walking westward all the way down the paved road that meanders through French Harbour Point. Passing colorful though faded lumber homes and stark cement churches on either side, Gio’s Restaurant to your left on the

Mrs. Zelda Caroline Matute was born on October 12, 1932 in Camp Bay. Her mother was Kelzaline Hernádez from Guanaja and her father was Edward Matute from Politilly. Her father was a farmer hired to “plant ground, cut ground,” Mrs. Zelda describes.

Roatan is growing in leaps and bounds. With dozens of commercial centers about to open for business, the signage business is booming as well. Signs and signage are becoming more elaborate in order to help us orientate ourselves and recognize places we are attempting to

The last three years had been an enlightening experience for me. Since March of 2020, I have had the opportunity to spend hundreds of hours praying over, pondering, and researching the illusion of reality that was presented to us on our screens by the government,