Caribbean Chillout Apartments
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... What else could this week have in store? We were mesmerised by the sights of giant (giant) green moray eels, massive (massive) lobsters, another manta sighting (same dive sight, same time of day, same manta?, this time while diving at 15m), sea horses, frog fish and an abundance of aquarium-quality reef fish. Yalzy's new dive computer (a birthday present from Bev and Julle) ensured we didn't get the bends, although it was misplaced for a few hours after it's ...
... t unexpected but makes the process more complicated. Shopping and paying was uneventful, but when we went to leave there were 2 employees jabbering in some language (wasn’t Spanish and didn’t sound like Dutch so I’m assuming it’s the other local language, Papamientu), clearly indicating that Jenny and I were doing something wrong. We never found out what the problem was, but I assume we made some other cart ...
... apartment. But all seems very good.
On Sunday morning I
go with Roderick to his dive center and directly get a place in a
course to upgrade my scuba diver license to the open water one.
Perfect. Two days and I am certified and can go dive by myself. After
the first confined water dive I realise that I have already done all
this. The only thing I am missing are the two open water dives… but
I don’t have any records of it, so ...
Bonaire was originally inhabited by the Arawak Indians who sailed from Venezuela over 1000 years ago. The first Europeans to arrive were the Spanish in 1499. They did not stay long as they decided not to develop the island, but they took the Indians who were here as slaves, leaving the island uninhabited. After that, there were also visits by the French, Portuguese and the Spanish convicts who returned, leaving their imprint and influence. In 1633, the Dutch took possession of the ...
... The shop was less than a quarter mile from the ship, so it was very convenient. I wanted to take the water taxi out to Klein Bonaire, an uninhabited island just west of Bonaire, which is said to have some incredible snorkeling. Unfortunately, the timing of the water taxi wouldn’t have allowed us much time to snorkel and return to the ship in time, so we remained in Kralenjdijk and found a quaint nook on the beach to drop our belongings and enjoy the salty sea.