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... 8230; including the ramshackle shed and the old washing machine with a Papaya tree growing out of it !
We continued on our tour to the Cultural Centre for a break – drinks, small museum and toilets for those in need. The furniture etc in the Museum was quite old and very rustic and small - they must have had small houses in those days. There was an old iron cot for a baby or small child which didn’t look at all ...
... to find a fridge full of Dutch cheeses and bottles of wine, and in a whole week it seemed we couldn't put an end to it. Magically refilling cheese and wine - amazing. We would dive in the day, then return home to find more cheese and wine. We tried hard to get rid of it all, but much to our delight, it continued to refill. The week was busy, with the Seligson clan and family friends, the Kooy's (Hanne and Diana) under one roof and always action or eating in ...
... I started having flashbacks to my childhood and having to take that horrible stuff).
The median annual salary is $9,500, the poverty level is low and so is crime. The elderly are taken care of; and everyone has medical benefits. One thing they don't want though is for Holland to legalize marijuana on the island like in Amsterdam.
Once the tour was completed, we took a couple of pictures and headed back to the ship…it ...
... moon jellyfish that was roughly a foot across.
For dinner we went to a local BBQ place called BobbyJean’s. Paul, Emily, and I came here on our first Bonaire trip on the recommendation of people on an online forum about Bonaire. We’ve made a point to go since then as the food is good and not too expensive. Chicken kabobs with satay sauce, ribs, chicken legs, fish, fries, and cole slaw filled us up.
... watermaker for shut-down. This entailed back-flushing it with chemicals so that bugs and other nasties did not grow in the water lines whilst we were away. This was a challenge as we discovered that the guy who installed our watermaker, did not label the taps correctly, and it took us forever to work out the sequence. There are no instructions in the manuals of course...why would there be...this is the Caribbean.
Anyway, we finally finished with ...