Thursday, July 19, 2018

the fall in love series

Fall in love with Paya for the first time (or all over again!). Beautiful photo collages of the property and resort facilities.

paya bay resort, photos, fall in love series, gallery, beauty, naturism, bliss beach, roatan, clothing optional,

paya bay resort, photos, fall in love series, gallery, beauty, naturism, bliss beach, roatan, clothing optional,


paya bay resort, photos, fall in love series, gallery, beauty, naturism, bliss beach, roatan, clothing optional,

paya bay resort, photos, fall in love series, gallery, beauty, naturism, bliss beach, roatan, clothing optional,

paya bay resort, photos, fall in love series, gallery, beauty, naturism, bliss beach, roatan, clothing optional,

paya bay resort, photos, fall in love series, gallery, beauty, naturism, bliss beach, roatan, clothing optional,

paya bay resort, photos, fall in love series, gallery, beauty, naturism, bliss beach, roatan, clothing optional,

paya bay resort, photos, fall in love series, gallery, beauty, naturism, bliss beach, roatan, clothing optional,

paya bay resort, photos, fall in love series, gallery, beauty, naturism, bliss beach, roatan, clothing optional,

paya bay resort, photos, fall in love series, gallery, beauty, naturism, bliss beach, roatan, clothing optional,

paya bay resort, photos, fall in love series, gallery, beauty, naturism, bliss beach, roatan, clothing optional,

paya bay resort, photos, fall in love series, gallery, beauty, naturism, bliss beach, roatan, clothing optional,

paya bay resort, photos, fall in love series, gallery, beauty, naturism, bliss beach, roatan, clothing optional,

paya bay resort, photos, fall in love series, gallery, beauty, naturism, bliss beach, roatan, clothing optional,

Paya Bay Resort, Roatan, Bay Islands of Honduras.

Monday, July 16, 2018

Thursday, July 12, 2018

Saturday, July 7, 2018

Article: 'Stunning' report finds that one-third of Earth's protected areas are being destroyed by people

Giraffes run near a drilling rig.
Turns out a large chunk of what should be the world's most protected areas are anything but. A new study reports that human activities — such as city sprawl, road construction and farming — are wreaking havoc on some 2.3 million square miles of protected land worldwide, an area about twice the size of Alaska. Forests, parks and conservation areas around the globe are all seeing human impacts, with protected areas in Asia, Europe and Africa — places with massive human populations — seeing some of the worst effects, according to the new research.
- USA Today