Sunkissed Adventures Family Travel Blog- The Sunkissed Mommy
I would have liked to try the chair lift, but I was too afraid that my wiggle worm of a child would fall out! Over the bridge there is so much more going on. I had no idea. First we came upon the dolphin experience. Swimming and interacting with dolphins seems to be very popular these days. A couple of photo ops between the beach and restaurants! Showers. A playground! Picnic area. Beach with a walking pier. I really like that this was included, no extra charge for the use of most of these (Im sure the Dolphin things have a charge and I know the chairlift did.) It gave me the feel of a private island like Coco Cay or Great Stirrup Cay. Had the day been more sunny we would have used the beach, but it wasn't nice out so we opted to just kick back.
We went to Fat Tuesday for a snack and some Honduran Beers. As you can see, my son was pooped at this point.
On our walk back to the ship my husband and I decided to walk through the nature trail. My mom took my son in his stroller along the paved path while we explored for a little bit. it winds up and down a hill with trees and plants. There are 3-4 balcony type places to stop and sit on some benches that look out at the ships. It was rugged enough that the stroller wouldn't make it, but not too rough because we were both wearing sandals and made it out just fine.
Sailing away from Roatan was nice. We sat out on the balcony and watched the port fade away. Just before departing we saw a bunch of old mattresses left behind on the dock. I guess it was time to refresh some beds onboard. I later found out that Carnival transfers beds from a lot of their ships in Miami and drops them off in Roatan. They are then donated to local orphanages! I think that's an incredibly nice gesture on their behalf. That's the Legend off in the distance. Throughout the entire week we tagged along with them, or did they with us?? Same ports, other than Costa Maya. I believe they sailed out of Tampa whereas we came from Miami.
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