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Travel Blogs from Bonaire
... the deck area with a couple of other people.
I can only put these people’s bad behaviour down to the warm weather.
As they were the drawcard of the island, here are some Flamingo facts – they eat with their head upside down and their beak in the water so that their tongue can suck out the food; there are the brilliant pink colour due to the carotene found in the shellfish and shrimp they eat; they can fly 300 miles to get to a new ...
... discussed how kiteboarding is not as taxing on the arms but it is still a workout. I have calluses on my hands and fingers and I am pulling on the bar to control my speed so I better be getting better arms! My whole body is sore almost every day...
Oh, and I did start riding toe side! That means that while going in the same direction, I turn the board underneath me so now instead of facing the kite with my toes pointing in ...
... then went kiting to Atlantis - the kite site.
At the kite site, there is still a lot of interest on the World Cup and the schools will pack up early if necessary to catch the game. That day of the failed wave riding expedition, I got caught up in the World Cup fever and when they pointed out that Mexico was going to play Holland, I ended up betting one of the kiters that Mexico would win. Really just to make it interesting. ...
So last week was pretty interesting here in Bonaire. It seems like we're really starting to gel with our 50cc Korean muscle scooter. Even thick gravel entrances are barely slowing us down now! Lately I've been gunning the scooter as Erika jumps on the back in an attempt to sharpen up our reflexes.
The sounds of donkeys braying surround us every evening. As it turns out, Bonaire has a large population of wild donkeys and ...
... professional class - also fairly uneventfully (he wants me to add).
Anyway, during his windsurfing craze, Brian found out that Bonaire was a great place for windsurfing. It truly is! Jibe City on Lac Bay is both beautiful and idyllic! As a windsurfer, it is hard to imagine being disappointed there. However, Brian wants me to add, a friend of his from Corpus took his wife there for their honeymoon and was unimpressed! I guess that tells you a bit about ...
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
Kaya Utrecht 25, Bonaire | Hotelfrom $50