Bay Islands

Bay Islands may refer to:

  • Bay Islands Department, Honduras
  • Southern Moreton Bay Islands, Queensland, Australia

Other articles related to "bay islands, island, islands":

... speaking people who have been established in Northern Honduras (specifically, the Bay Islands) since the early 19th century and are mainly of European English-Caribbean descent ... as conch, snail or shell, and relates the people of the Bay Islands to their unique environment and their seafaring culture ... In its current usage, the term Caracol refers to all people born in the Bay Islands region, and their descendants ...
Bay Islands Voice
... Bay Islands Voice is an English language monthly publication in Roatan Island, Honduras ... Bay Islands Voice is a member of Inter American Press Association, Reporters Sans Frontieres (Reporters Without Borders), and Committee to Protect Journalists ...
List Of Airports In Honduras - Airports
... Lempira GAC Gracias Airport Gualaco Olancho GUO Gualaco Airport Guanaja Bay Islands MHNJ GJA Guanaja Airport Iriona Colón IRN Iriona Airport Islas del Cisne (Swan Islands) Gracias a Dios MHIC Islas del ...
History Of The British West Indies - Jamaica and Its Dependencies
... The Bay Islands off the coast of Honduras had begun to have permanent English settlements from 1827 and after having been formally claimed by Britain in 1841 were subordinated to ... The Cayman Islands were too small to justify a separate administration and having been settled mainly by English from Jamaica, had always been regarded as ... a Commissioner appointed by the Governor of Jamaica to administer the islands ...

Famous quotes containing the words islands and/or bay:

    Consider the islands bearing the names of all the saints, bristling with forts like chestnut-burs, or Echinidæ, yet the police will not let a couple of Irishmen have a private sparring- match on one of them, as it is a government monopoly; all the great seaports are in a boxing attitude, and you must sail prudently between two tiers of stony knuckles before you come to feel the warmth of their breasts.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    A great work by an Englishman is like a great battle won by England. It is an unfading bay tree.
    Gerard Manley Hopkins (1844–1889)