Bellafonte Luxury Oceanfront Hotel
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... from Amsterdam to Paris. He's been diving to an impressive number of countries, spanning from Indonesia, to New Zealand, Fiji, Egypt, etc... And he does this with one good good hand and a stub of a left hand. He's also had a forklift roll over a foot, so he has a bad right foot. There's a side of me that wondered if his string of bad luck might rub off on me, but he seemed like a good diver and great company. Aside from diving, he's been giving ...
Located off the north coast of Venezuela, Bonaire is a Caribbean island which together with Aruba and Curacao forms the island group known as the ABC islands. The name Bonaire is thought to have originated from the Caquetio word 'Bonay'. The early Spanish and Dutch modified its spelling to ‘Bojnaj’ and also ‘Bonaire’, which means ‘Good Air’.
The island was originally inhabited by the Caiqetios, a branch of the Arawak Indians and ...
... it out by noon but today, Brian was in no hurry to head out either. He was on his third iteration of kite bag alterations. With his wheeling and dealing, we are leaving the big kiteboard behind so now we will only have one board. Brian is resizing the bag yet again - now to 40% of it's size, to carry the Fly Split board, 4 kites (he bought two used ones) and our snorkel flippers)
We didn't make it out to the beach until 2PM. ...
... impressive but I got a kick out of the announcer calling out each of the tricks and making commentaries: "oh, nice shaka, flaca, shaka, culo!", "what are you going to do now, Kiri? Ahhh, a shaka, shaka, flaca!" I don't know about the spelling of these but that is what the moves were called. Yes, there is a trick called a "culo". Ja ja, I laugh in Spanish. If you don't get it, tough.
Here is the YouTube link of the ...
... abandoned by its owner at the city pier after a false bulkhead was detected filled with Marijuana. After a few months of taking on water (the boat was in a poor state of rust and disrepair) the harbormaster decided to have the boat towed out of town and further down to the Southern end of the island in 100' of water. Within 7 days of being towed to the new anchorage, the boat started to sink. Within a few hours it was laying on the bottom on its side in 100' of water. ...