See this? Looks like fun? Well, it is. Or was. Whatever, it ain’t happening for us next year, as Celebrity’s re-routing means the Jam Cruise won’t be coming to Roatan, as it has a couple years in the past.
Nope, that jam band-scented voyage (what do you think it smells like on there? Nugs, tie-dies, puppies and patchouli?) is done with our sunny isle.
See here? They’re going to bogus/fake/corporate BS playgrounds in Jamaica and Haiti instead of here. Whoops — did I think that or actually say it?
Lionfish, sharks, Marine Park, local sub captain showcased
BY JEFF STRATTON
On April 4, National Geographic published a photo essay featuring incredible pictures shot in the waters of the Roatan Marine Park. Though the magazine doesn’t make much distinction between Honduras and Roatan, it’s got some pretty awesome shots of sharks making meals out of lionfish. Quoted in the article is West End resident Ian Drysdale.
Ten days later, Time ran a short piece about Karl Stanley’s sub.
Time only used one quote from Karl, but it’s a beauty: “Any time I can get my hands on a large dead animal, I take it.”