After 45 years of waiting, the capital of Santos Guardiola is now accessible via a paved road connecting it with the rest of the island. This almost historic enterprise was well worth the wait to many residents.
Miss Vornie Pandy Bennett, known to the locals as Nannie, gets up before dawn. She drinks a cup of tea or coffee and reads her Bible. This has been her morning ritual for a very long time. On Sundays, Miss Vornie walks to the Pandy
The history of boat building on Roatan is as long as the history of the island’s inhabitants. Paya Indians used to make large cayucos, dug out canoes up to 30 feet in length. These boats were used for turtling, fishing, and transport of goods &