Caribbean Chillout Apartments
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... time was spent on that. The highlight of the dive was a school of Caribbean Reef Squid...not a frequent sight!
In between dives we watched a school of dolphins swim by our condo. Too bad we weren't diving with them!
Dive #2: Corporal Meiss. This is a nice reef with an easy entry and lots of different fish. We saw 2 spotted drums, a porcupine fish, various angelfish, and lots of other common fish to the area.
... a group of 4-5ft Tarpon. I think we saw at least 5 of them by the end of the dive. On our way back to the entry site we ran into a Goliath Grouper that was at least 5ft and had enough meat on it to feed a family for a week. This dive was probably one of the best dives we will go on but who knows what we will see in the next ...
... s diving at aquarius. This was probably the easiest entry we’ve had so far. We saw a small hawksbill turtle but it didn’t let us get very close. There were a ton of bicolor damselfish. We found more of the white lacy nudibranchs as well. Lots of the usual fish, too. Definitely a worth while dive.
We had Pasa Bon pizza for dinner. Pasa Bon is the main good pizza place in Bonaire and we've eaten there every trip we've made to Bonaire.
... There is a fee to do both. The roads to the Center are mostly dirt; watch out for goats and donkeys.
Bamboo Bali, again five-star.
Capriccio. If you like Italian food, you HAVE to eat here. The owners are from Italy and everything is made on site, including the pasta.
We spent the week in the water; 20 dives, so not really any comments on anything else this time around. Check out the photos!
... day we quickly called round to Mark & Nancy's for a cup of tea (and I had flash-backs of a time many many years ago when we visited them when they were still building their home there) and then also popped our heads in to Phil & Roz Macdonald's house for another cup of tea (too many cups of tea) before we headed for home, but not before we stopped in to the local Fish & Chip Shop for some familiar Fish & Chips...something both ...