A layover in Miami and two stops in Honduras and our 17 hr day finished on Roatan, with all bags accounted for. Hurray!

It took longer to check bags than to go through security!

The day was quite long but mostly uneventful. We had three flights and four stops with a long layover in Miami. The longest part to the whole day, or so it seemed, was checking in to begin our journey.
But, we arrived on time to Roatan and all our bags arrived with us … always a treat.
It was very nice to be on Roatan and to arrive to Anthony’s Key Resort and RIMS. Tomorrow includes saying hi to the Galindo’s, Eldon, Teri, the trainers, and of course … the dolphins.
For now … my bed beckons.
Cheers
Kathleen

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