Roatan we had a private driver booked through Victor Bodden tours ($25 a person), she picked us up in the port, had no problems booking before the cruise, and had no problems finding them when we got off the ship. We had been gathering items to hand out at the orphanage there, but found out when we got there that they where well taken care of, so instead our driver took us through the village to find children in need. We handed out toothbrushes and toothpaste (donated from our dentist), books, candy, crayons, pencils, toys, stickers, as well as toilitries we have been collecting at hotels we have stayed at. It did not take long for word to reach the children that we were handing out free stuff, and they all came running. Most of them without shoes, some without much for clothing. The only thing I would do differently is have individual bags ready to hand to each child - it was hard to make sure they all got something. I think our children have a new appreciation for the life they have. If you ever get the chance to go here, or any other country in need, I recommend doing this. We had a huge siutcase full of items that friends and family sent with us, we probably only spent $40 in total, but to them it was like Christmas. We also had her take us to Victor's monkey farm ($5 a person), we got to hold the monkeys as well as a parrot, we enjoyed this. We then went to a beach to go snokeling, the beach was free to use, and we brought our own equipment, but you could rent them there. We had lunch there, the shrimp was really good. My husband got 2 massages there (he was having problems with his neck), the first lady met us in the parking lot, and offered him 30 minutes for $20 - she was not that great, and he was still in pain when he was approached by 2 others who said they give better massages for the same price. They did give a much better massage. Our driver took us back to the ship, and we sent her home with some donations as well to help her family out.