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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.
... before renting gear and obtaining our park passes. The room was ready by the time we were done with this. Took a nap and we were doing our check dive before noon. It's a beautiful thing.
Bonaire has a Mangrove Information Center where you can go kayaking and/or snorkeling in the Mangroves. This is a great activity for the 24-hour no fly day. We didn't do the snorkeling, but the kayaking by itself was ...
... at the house of Louis, Sirus and Daniel.On the next morning,
I have a boat dive to Klein Bonaire ( a little island in front of
Bonaire) scheduled for 9:00. Of course, I get up short on time and
have to hitchhike to the dive center. But again, almost the first car
drives me directly to the center. I then have the “chance” to go
dive with three other instructors. The reef is incredible and we
could see several lion fishes. Unfortunately, we ...
... he has a general look and takes x-rays and tells Ray that he will need a root canal filling. I started to laugh at this point, because you just wouldn't read about it. We thought...this is going to cost a fortune out here.
As it happened, the Dentist (who was Dutch) was a really nice chap and Ray made it known that he had been in the dental industry so that he wouldn't try to pull a "swifty" on us being tourists, but this guy was really helpful and found time ...
... you need to wash everything down with vinegar. I didn't know whether to believe this or not, but rather than use chemicals, I did try this and hoped for the best. I started to wash down all the walls of the interior of the boat with a solution of 50:50 vinegar and water, and to my surprise, when we returned to the boat there was not a sign of any mould to be seen. Thank you to who-ever gave me that little tip along the way.
We also needed to ...