The ride to the park was 30 minutes of dodging and sometimes hitting potholes, some larger than others. But there was a good view of life on the island. The Park itself was very interesting and entertaining. There were iguanas sized from inches to feet. They will approach, but they are herbivores. The people of Roatan eat these critters. The interaction with very colorful parrots and cute monkeys was fun, and there were people to take your picture with the birds and monkeys, or you can take your own shots. The two other visits in the park: a "Pirate Cave" and an Insectarium were not splediferous, but at least they were cool inside. The tour of the park requires a lot of walking, up stairs and hills, including crossing a swinging bridge. There is an alternate route offered for "Chickens". There is a refreshment bar and a small gift shop. I did not go to the beach, but was so hot by that point (even in November) all I wanted to do was get back to the cool ship and shower!
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