We just returned from Roatan yesterday. FYI don't make this dumb mistake: YOU MUST HAVE A YELLOW SLIP ATTACHED TO YOUR PASSPORT ON ADMISSION TO HONDURAS, AND DON'T LOSE IT!!. On the plane down I only filled out ONE total for myself and husband (apparently I wasn't paying attention and thought they said ONE PER FAMILY). Due to weather, our flight got diverted to San Pedro Sula. On arrival in SPS immigration official said something?? about the form??, stamped it and waved us onwards. On departure from Roatan, we present to the immigration official TWO passports and ONE all important yellow form stapled to one of the passports. Turns out we should have ONE PER PERSON, fine $166. (That is in addition to the departure tax we already paid.) No amount of protesting did any good; basically it seemed we must pay if we wanted to leave the country. Luckily we weren't out of cash. Put a damper on what had to that point been a nice vacation, in spite of a week of rain.