Christmas on Roatan!

Blog, Miscellaneous

It’s that time of year and Christmas is here. Something the island kids look forward to. However, this might be a little hard on many families who live on Roatan.

As we all know it has been quite a challenging year for many, but I can only hope that the kids understand, that even though their parents may not be able to get them that one gift they were looking forward to; that the real gift is the joy of being able to spend this season with them.

Island Christmas is somewhat a little different than how they celebrate it on mainland Honduras. We celebrate Christmas Day on December 25th and mainland Honduras celebrates it on December 24th. Our meals are quite different as well, but one thing we have in common is that we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ!

So if you are able to help someone out who has been affected due to job loss, then do so. Nothing is more rewarding in life than the gift of giving.

Wendy Blog Christmas on Roatan v

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