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Travel Blogs from Bonaire
... to how the shelves were stocked. I'll give you an example (not quite accurate, but it was along these lines)....walking down the cereal isle...at the end of the isle, you can find paper products. Across from the cereal, baby food. On the end cap, alcohol....the most spectacular layout I have ever seen. On the one hand, if they're trying to keep people in the store, mission accomplished, but if they're trying to aggravate tourists...well, I suppose it's "mission accomplished" again.
Second trip to Bonaire (see dive trip 2011 for details regarding the island).
This time, we flew into Newark and then direct into Bonaire. This works the best, as you leave on a Friday night and arrive around 5:00AM Saturday morning. Go through passport control, grab your bags, and you have a whole day of diving ahead of you. Bamboo Bali was aware of our early arrival, and we were able to drop our bags off at ...
... office for the night. Perfect. I then go back to
town to get some food, again hitchhiking. I am lucky again, and see
one of my dive buddys of the morning sitting in a restaurant alone.
So I go joing him and eat some very tasty fish. Around 11pm. I decide
to go back to the beach in front of the airport to get some sleep. I
again hitchhick, and to my surprise, the police picks me up. Not for
anything I have done, no, just to give me a ride .
On the ...
... was nice to see Rene and Cheryl again, who very kindly had us over for dinner one night on their yacht. Thank you Rene and Cheryl.
To continue our theme of dramas, one fine day, I'm out on the back deck reading, and Ray hears a sound, and goes to investigate. I had heard this sound also, but hadn't taken any notice at the time as I was too engrossed in my book "Life" by Keith Richards (of the Rolling Stones). Fantastic book.
Ray comes back out to the ...
... into the marina after we had left for home, and reported back to us via email that they had seen our boat in the marina, and that all looked good. Thank you Jim & Radka of SV Adande.
And of course thank you to Gerrard and James SV Meercat for taking care of Equinox's lines after we left the boat. Hope to you enjoyed the perishables that we gave you after we cleaned out our fridge that last day, and hope to see you all somewhere down the track again.