My favorite was the white sea bass tacos with coleslaw, beans and rice! Mike had a cheeseburger and fries and they both went perfectly with our favorite beer Salva Vida, which means Life Saver in Spanish..LOL
The view from the restaurant toward West End.
Our friends Deborah and Chris from Sea Sister flew to Roatan and stayed in this really nice, air conditioned apartment right next to Bite on the Beach restaurant. We had fun hanging out, and a drank a few (hundred) beers..LOL
In West End anchorage you are required to moor on a mooring ball if any are available. They did not maintain the mooring balls this season so each cruiser usually went down and added there own lines and safety lines. We added several. Unfortunately, the Boat below, had it's mooring line snap in the middle of a rainy night. It passed right between us and another boat and went aground on the reef. We were awoken by the calls on the VHF radio and quickly got out of bed and dressed. We lowered our dinghy to help along with other cruisers, but after a few attempts she went back aground. The Marine Park was called and tried to get her off but they went aground. Rescue was also called but said it was too dangerous to go out and they would come out at first light. It was a tragic accident and the boat sank by morning. The only bright light in this is the couple did have insurance.
They put balloon sacks under the boat and towed her to shore.
The Marina Staff are always ready to help you..LOL..this is Angel having a little fun with his pressure washer gun!
Oscar working on our back deck. We will show completed pictures of this in another post. It looks great!