Club Laman Caribe
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Third visit to Bonaire (see 2011 dive trip for general information about the island). Flew from Houston into Bonaire; return trip was through Newark.
Stayed with Bamboo Bali again; they are building two cabins, and from the pictures Anno showed up, they are going to be pretty high-end.
Finally made it to the grocery store; that was a site to behold. They have many of the foods we would find in the States, but their layout was extraordinary. I was unable to find any ...
... beer and grab some food. We drive a little further
along the coast and David wants to go to precise one beach : the only problem
is that there is a resort here and that one cannot just go there (i.e. there are fences and guards everywhere). But
there is a restaurant. Hence to sneek in, we pretend to want to have
diner there. The answer of the doorman : o you can’t, you need a
reservation. David answers : well, can we make a reservation for in 5
mins ? ...
... there, and the cost also would have been closer to US$70 per day, so it was a no brainer...Bonaire it was then.
Over the 2 weeks we spent in the Marina, we first treated ourselves to a stay at the Resort where by the way, the Dutch Queen had checked into for a day or so the week we arrived back from Australia) and then spent the remaining time preparing the boat for shutdown whilst we went back to home.
That's all for now...until next time, this is ...
... the same Serengetis today, 20 years later. I quit wearing contact lenses a few years after this incident. When I had laser surgery in 2008, I came out with 20/20 vision and needed new shades. I was pretty sure the Serengetis had been left behind in one of our four international moves since I had last worn them. Somehow they had made all the trips and were in the cupboard under the bathroom sink. Who would have thought you could hang onto a pair of sunglasses for 20 ...
... taking the sails down. He then came back to reality pretty fast.
Anyway, we arrived safely and managed to pick up a mooring ball not too far from the local bar and restaurant area, and we were safely tucked away for another day.
The first thing we do the next morning is work out what sort of internet connection we might have. Sure enough...it wasn't too good out in the bay, so we decided that in order to be able to do some business, we ...
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Other places to stay in Bonaire
E.E.G. Boulevard 10, Bonaire | Hotelfrom $157
EEG Boulevard 97, Bonaire | Hotelfrom $85
Kaya Finlandia z/n, Kralendijk | 3 star hotelfrom $130
Kaya Grandi 7, Kralendijk | Hotelfrom $64
J.A. Abraham Boulevard, Kralendijk | Hotelfrom $61
Kaya Yuma 1, Bonaire | Hotelfrom $45