My experience at Lago de Yojoa reminded me that I am not the outdoorsy type at all. For my next trip I wanted something a lot less "tropical jungle hostel" and a little more relaxing. I had no interest in any more hiking, trekking or exploring. I just wanted to sit on my ass and read books on my Kindle. From the minute I moved here people repeatedly said that the Bay Islands (Islas de la Bahia) were not to be missed. I figured a tropical island with a beautiful beach was just what I was looking for.
So what did we do while at the Camp Bay Lodge? Something to remember is that November is smack dab in the middle of the rainy season so the weather was not spectacular but we didn't really mind. We missed kitesurfing season (que the faux disappointment) which along with diving/snorkeling is the area's claim to fame. Instead we simply relaxed. The main reasons I selected the lodge was due to fact that its rooms are right on the beach and it is pet friendly. I was not looking to do anything adventureous. The icing on the cake was the hammock on the balcony. I'm all about that #hammocklife.