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Travel Blogs from Bonaire
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 ...
... a swim, so we ask her wheter it is possible to just jump in
the water from the peer, than directly swim out in the sea and come
back to have diner. She has to go ask her superior, and after maybe
15 mins of telefones and bargaining (it seems to be a very big deal)
she comes back : you can go for a swim from the peer here and then
come back for diner. Hmm, we still ask her if she is sure that she
won’t get into trouble if we do it. She says no, so we ...
... a great place to holiday. At least we had a nice meal at the restaurant there that night, and Ray managed to have a good swim that morning in the pool whilst I finished off our packing and straightened my hair for what will probably be the last time till we come back to Melbourne. "The Frizz Is Back".
We finally reached Bonaire, and boarded a taxi along with all our luggage which included a brand new Yamaha EF1000is Inverter Generator...yes everybody...we had ...
... resort for some pampering...good for you Susie).
We had relatively good access to internet in the marina, and given we were right next to the Village Harbour Resort, Ray decided that we could splurge a little and treat ourselves to a stay at the resort for a couple of nights...what luxury...it's nice to get into a real bed after you've been on the yacht for a while and to be able to take long long showers without feeling guilty (even though we ...
... We headed off to our second choice, Mona Lisa, but it was closed as well. We noticed another main restaurant here was closed as well. Seems really odd that so many places are closed on the weekend. We walked along the waterfront in town and finally decided to eat at Zeezicht. I had a conch, fish, and shrimp kabob. Emily had a pasta dish (and tried some of my conch) while Paul had a chicken wrap. We then went to Wattaburger (a Dutch ...
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 Utrecht 25, Bonaire | Hotelfrom $50
Kaya Yuma 1, Bonaire | Hotelfrom $45