Sometimes the most trivial of topics, such as what to do with leftover salad, can be symbolic of all the things that connect cultures, and separate them.
Genny Ross-Barons shares a whimsical story about the best way kick back and eat a luscious kiwi fruit.
After reading Cormac McCarthy’s post-apocalyptic novel, The Road, Genny Ross-Barons discovers a survival story on the isle of Roatan — with some thought-provoking parallels.
Genny Ross-Barons tracks the Black Iguana on the Caribbean island of Roatan, the only place in the world you can find these fascinating creatures.
Genny Ross-Barons watches tourists come and go on the Caribbean island of Roatan. Here, she offers useful tips on how to avoid looking like tourist.
After suffering injuries in car accident on the Honduras island of Roatan, Genny finds herself in need of emergency medical care in a “developing country”.
For Genny Ross-Barons, living just a few hundred feet away from the coral reefs on the Caribbean Island of Roatan is a wake-up call to nature’s fragility. “This isn’t a man-made attraction,” she writes.
During rainy season on the island of Roatan, Genny Ross-Barons finds a hummingbird with a crippled foot floundering in a puddle. She rescues this amazing little bird and finds that big affirmations come in small packages.
Choosing to live on a Caribbean Island offers many obvious benefits — soft white sand beaches, crystal clear blue sea, lush tropical foliage, and sunrises and sunsets beyond compare. Then there is a benefit that I was pleasantly surprised to encounter—becoming a member of the Roatan Global Village.
When a Canadian moves to a tropical Caribbean island, she finds lots to love. And then there are the bugs. Little bugs. Big bugs. Stinging bugs. Biting bugs. For Genny Ross-Barons, it’s all just part of life in paradise.