Belmar Oceanfront Apartments
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... on how to drive a manual car. After all who better to teach me how to drive a pickup than a bona fide truck driver. It's a bit odd to see him handle the wheel with just a stub though! We went on a night dive together with his Dutch buddies who live in an Oceanside condo. The condo is inhabited by elderly divers who emerge out of their homes with their tanks on, walk 10m from their gates then jump into the ocean. What a life! They, like many divers ...
... explorer Amerigo Vespucci arrived. Due to the lack of natural resources, he named the island ‘Isla Inutil’ or ‘useless island’ and sent the local inhabitants to the plantations located in Hispaniola. The now uninhabited island was then used as a penal colony, with convicts from other Spanish colonies being shipped to the island. In the early 17th century, the Dutch West India Company began mining for salt. Even to this day, the export salt ...
... br> Despite a nap before heading out, I was still unable to get the energy to kite so Brian went out first by himself while I listened to my podcasts. The day was beautiful (as it's been 99% of the time here).
Once he came back I forced myself to make the effort and that's when I saw the dolphins!!! I was heading back towards the kite launch site when I saw 4 kiters heading my way. One of the women was yelling something in ...
... we saw. They are both from Bonaire: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ot7bsVS 5BvE. On the 1:45 mark on this video, Amado surfs right next to Kiri and then jumps on Kiri's board! This is exactly the event we watched. I wish the video included the funny commentator...
The women were also doing these tricks. Pretty impressive.
Since the Kruzels liked to windsurf, we did make it out to Jibe City a few times. Brian can't ...
... wreck is covered with coral and yesterday it had an entire school of Tarpon hanging out within its open hull! Mixed in with the Tarpon were several fairly large Barracuda and a wide variety of smaller schools of reef fish. The dive turned out to be our first in several years and I was a bit nervous and under-weighted. By the end of our dive I was beginning to float a bit more than I would have liked but we managed to complete the dive safely and with plenty of ...