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Travel Blogs from Bonaire
... staff for not serving us quick enough – heaven forbid we have to wait in a line. The sad thing was that he had just walked in and then made a fool of himself as after wasting 15 minutes talking to a staff member, he still had to join the end of the line myself and several other people had been patiently waiting in. He was also very grumpy when he was being a pork chop, someone in the line reminded him that he had tried to jump the queue and if he had some manners ...
... it all, it is worth it. Now that I can control the kite without looking at it and can go at varying speeds, I can better appreciate the scenery in front and below me. It is truly magical to see your board splash through amazingly turquoise blue water with coral formations here and there - and the occasional turtle. Then as I head out to the darker blue areas, the rolling waves are quite a sight. I try to roll up on the waves zig zagging so ...
... tip of the island which had a lot more waves. The sea there is pretty foreboding. I really didn't like to imagine what it would have been like to have lived there way back when - and worse - be held captive there as a slave! It's not easy to forget the sad history of the island since every day we pass what used to be the slave quarters. There are two such sites on the island and the cement huts are so tiny. Although somewhat curious, ...
... way and not worry about coming back up for air as you have to do when snorkeling. However, most of our dives before Bonaire had been boat dives. Shore dives are much cheaper and you can go whenever you want because you don't have to be on the boat's schedule. However, I am not so keen on carrying so much equipment and waddling from the car to the water and then from the water to the car. Moreover, in Bonaire as mentioned before, the entry points are not easy sandy ...
... very good job. She even trimmed his unruly eyebrows! Brian was not very keen on having hair gel in his hair but the woman told him that the guys in Miami care about their looks and get all kinds of things done. Hint, hint...=) With all the weight loss, I think he looks pretty good. See posted picture of him.
Although Bonaire is known more for a scuba diving destination, Brian had by 2008 long gotten over his obsession with scuba diving and ...
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Other places to stay in Bonaire
E.E.G. Boulevard 10, Bonaire | Hotelfrom $158
EEG Boulevard 97, Bonaire | Hotelfrom $85
Kaya Finlandia z/n, Kralendijk | 3 star hotelfrom $145
Kaya Grandi 7, Kralendijk | Hotelfrom $64
J.A. Abraham Boulevard, Kralendijk | Hotelfrom $61