One picture, taken from below the waterline, shows the sun being blocked out by the sheer weight of the pollution dumped into the ocean.
Blue Planet Society, a pressure group which campaigns to save the world’s oceans, had suggested the plastic may have originated from the Montagua river in Guatemala.
We were looking for quiet, sun, and gorgeous water and beach. In the morning all the divers left and the resort was empty.
The Hotel could use a lot of up-dating and renovations but there has been some improvements in the last few years.
[Details]this secluded island is like going to a family cottage, water is crystal clear at beach with lots of beautiful coral and colourful fish, kayaking as much as u want and snorkeling is awesome, food is just like moms home cooking, chef makes a great spaghetti sauce, and lots of fresh fruitand fresh fish everyday, the monkeys are funny and comical, there are roosters,peacocks,iguana,ducks,and of course the roatan rats that are more like giant guinea pigs kinda cute,the beer is great salvida,we got a cab driver marvin, he is cab #113 he took us to west bay and to see the football game get him when u go, it has very quiet night life we went to bed at 900 each night not too much to do at night but the roosters get u up at 500, our waiters were very courteous and funny,plenty of chairs and some beds on beach,but bring sand flea repellent they bite me 50 times,in beach, there is shrimp all day long at restaurant, there are many other higher end hotels but none have the beach bay like this resort does,will definitely go back with family, good family vacation spot or for romantic couples like ourselves, it is naturally and bring #60 sun screen repellent, i normally wear #4 but the sun is hot, and we still got dark wearing that, bring underwater camera, and enjoy the rascal monkey,, they call bad monkey, he is hilarious especially after drinking someones beer,overall we had a great experience and recommend this place, its a bite older and not really fancy but the water and elements of the island make up for it, [Details]the staff is very friendly and the waiters are excellent and funny,, the chef makes great food, loved his pasta sauce, and the fresh fish at lunch and dinner is excellent, lots of fresh fruit,kayaking is available all day,monkeys are great Location is beautifull, beach is protected and very calm excelant for small children and seniors.
Shocking images have captured a Caribbean island’s clear blue seas being choked by a tide of plastic rubbish.
Taken off the Honduran island of Roatan, the pictures show plastic cutlery, bags, bottles and wrapping floating among seaweed.
This pollution is harming more than 600 species worldwide amid what many are now regarding as the sixth mass extinction of life on Earth.