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Places to get Seafood?


ColoradoLad

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I was there a few years ago and there is not much in the immediate vicinity of the port. There is a flea market within walking distance but there were no restaurants nearby. But it's possible things may have changed since my last visit.

You may want to consider an excursion on your own to one of the resorts such as Paya Bay or Salt n' Pepper. The trip to Salt n' Pepper includes a lobster lunch that's supposed to be delicious.

Link for Salt n' Pepper:
[url="http://www.roatansaltnpepper.com/"]http://www.roatansaltnpepper.com/[/url]


Linl for Paya Bay Resort:
[url="http://www.payabay.com/resort_info.shtml"]http://www.payabay.com/resort_info.shtml[/url]
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