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Canadian Thanksgiving on Roatan

11 Oct

There are somethings that I’ve had to give up, and there are others that are enhanced by living on Roatan, Canadian Thanksgiving is one on the enhanced side of the equation.

While I miss being with family and friends in Canada, I’ve got a whole bunch of family and friends to share it with here! Including the Canadian Wanna be’s–at least when a delicious turkey dinner is being offered. We Canadians will do the same next month when our Americans friends serve up the turkey.

Our meal was prepared and served by Kent and his fun staff at Blue Bahia Resort in Sandy Bay.
Note: Kent is American, hence the green bean casserole. Always love trying something new!





And the band played on!

Not a typical setting for Thanksgiving dinner. Spanish music, the restaurant located on a sandy beach overlooking the Caribbean Sea, palm trees swaying in the breeze. Oh well, someone’s got to do it!

HAPPY THANKSGIVING EVERYONE!!!!!
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For those of you checking the weather news. The disturbance near Roatan has been named Tropical Storm Paula. I’m no authority by any means what-so-ever. But although it did form close to us, and it might get a little windy tonight, it doesn’t look like it will be a direct hit to Roatan! We are the little speck off to the left of the projected track.

6 Responses to “Canadian Thanksgiving on Roatan”

  1. Davey Lay 11. Oct, 2010 at 8:21 pm #

    meantime enjoy the good life. Looking forward to our next trip.

  2. Wayward-Drifter 12. Oct, 2010 at 1:22 pm #

    The vortex pulled us down from Ohio, and we are having a good week. If I see you at Sun Downers, I’ll be glad to buy you a drink. Your blog has given me some great insights :) .

  3. Gennyca 12. Oct, 2010 at 1:39 pm #

    Even with TS Paula not staying around, I’m so sorry the weather has been less than ideal, but if your having a good time anyhow then the Roatan Vortex is working its magic. As for your offer, hmmm, Sundowners around 5PM on Friday’s is a great time to meet many local expats.

  4. Bobbi 13. Oct, 2010 at 2:12 pm #

    Gobble, gobble! Great to see thanksgiving on the island, a piece of home in paradise. Glad you had a great time…

    Cheers,
    Bobbi

  5. Gennyca 13. Oct, 2010 at 6:04 pm #

    Hey Bobbi,
    How’s the turkey in France?

  6. Jen Burenheide 17. Oct, 2010 at 7:43 pm #

    I just had to giggle about the green bean casserole. I’m American, and never realized it was considered an “American” dish. I know when I lived briefly in the southern US, they did not eat green bean casserole there (and I wondered what was wrong with them, LOL). I’m glad to know if I am on Roatan and ever get a hankering for it, it’s possible to get it!

    PS It looks and sounds like it was a lovely holiday!

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