Our Islands have faced many hurricanes through the years, some stronger than others, yet all leaving a trail of destruction.
It took 150 million years to extinguish the last of the Chinese paddlefish, a species that swan in schools along
On January 7, the statue of Virgin Suyapa, the most revered religious object in Honduras, landed for the first time
Roatan is the only place to try skydiving in Honduras. Skydive Roatan traces its roots to Tela where David Cordenos
Japanese Emperor Naruhito has performed ancient, secretive ritual in which he feasts and sleeps with a “sun-goddess” Amaterasu.
The stretch of Roatan between French Cay and Jonesville Point is a joy to pass on a boat, kayak or
Gowing up in the community of West End, on the Island of Roatan, during the 1950s and 1960s, Christmas was
Eighteen years after the Fact University of Alaska at Fairbanks study has finally analyzed why during 9/11 World Trade Center
The Bodden family members of Saint Helene gather on the island’s new dock.
We monetized our body fluids and our organs in the 1990s. Since then it seems that entire universe had been
On June 9 Lionfish Louie’s at Havana beach was the place where best Margaritas ware made, bar none.
The fires that have been burning in the Roatan Municipal Garbage Dump could be getting closer to their end and
Not many international airports get the goodwill of non-paid, self-motivated volunteers that put in thousands of hours a year to
Cinco de Mayo, or another great Sunday at the Bay Islands Brewery near Palmetto Bay Plantation.
Roatan’s first Cruise Ship Port is expanding and is likely to change island’s growth and image for decades, yet few
Comfortable and relaxed, he sits atop a rock, basking in the warm Utila sunshine awaiting his next meal.
On March 7 Studio Loren at Romeo’s restaurant in French Harbour became a site of last exposition of painting of
There is no better place to enjoy a cold, freshly brewed beer then the Roatan jungle.
Roatan’s Roatan Electric Company is bringing in underwater cable from its Roatan to the island of Saint Helena and island
Nelson Jackson, the son of Oliver Jackson and Leona Jackson nee McNab, was born on July 22, 1928 in a
Roatan saw many pirates in 1600 and 1700s, but those pirates didn’t sport tattoos, it was Captain Cook's voyage to
There are now five colonias in Sandy Bay and each one has its own special flavor. Balfate, the oldest Colonia,
With the advent of 3D printing, getting a house built quickly and on the cheap is increasingly possible. ICON, a
It’s the first time rugby is being played in Honduras’ history and the sport’s local history started on Roatan.The idea
Pineapple Grill hosted the 9th Annual Rotary Club of Roatan's Christmas Gala on December 13. The occasion was to dress
Turtle Grass Marina in Calabash Bight might not have a road, but they are a decade ahead of other places
SOL steps in where parents can’t or won’t, it’s like a neighborhood hangout place form 1950s America. Sandy Bay, the
When the ZOLITUR [Bay Islands Tourist Freezone] law was signed on Roatan by president Zelaya on December 13, 2007, the
The 1991 Gulf War has been the most chemical war in history. Approximately 250,000 US veterans suffer from the multiple
Understanding one’s environmental impact and acting accordingly is something learned over time through education and by following the example set