One morning, Mark and Dave made plans
to go out fishing. As they cruised around the island in a little open boat,
all the talk was about the monster fish that lurked in the waters. By morning's
end, however, each had caught only a 4-5 pound bluefin tuna - enough for
a great lunch, but not true trophy material!!
Sure the guys do all the tough work,
but don't forget that the girls have to wade into the water to take the
After making it back into shore, there
was a lot of interest in 'helping out' with the fish!
When we headed over to Cindy's Restaurant
for lunch (Cindy is the sister of Eddie Miller, the guy who took us out
fishing), Alea put on her pirate's doorag and caught some rays in the hammock
strolled along the beach as the sun went down, and were treated to a dazzling
show of orange, purple, and pink. We'd never seen such beautiful sunsets
in Honduras, but Roatan sure took our breaths away
Mark and Jennifer sure enjoyed the
sunsets. We like to take credit, because the week after they returned,
they got engaged!