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Travel Blogs from Bonaire
... 8217;t be at the end of the line.
Then there was the guy who decided to collect some chairs people we knew had been sitting on but were no longer using so that his friends could use them. One of the people I was with said something and the guy went off his brain. I think there was some history between the two people, but the kind of language used by this random was appalling. Worst of all he couldn’t leave the argument alone and started mouthing off as I ...
... t just cut right into them. Once in a while, I get to see the flying fish in the dark blue area. On the way back, I try to ride the crest of the waves and I have thought to myself that this has to be much better than the traditional surfing. I like the feeling of my board as I change my weight adding more or less pressure on my heels - it's a rocking motion that feels much better than the same motion on my windsurfer one design. Brian and ...
... don't want to know how many people were forced to live in each of these huts. I am afraid the answer would be horrific...
Anyway, we did also scout the area of Lac Cai, which is another access point just outside Lac Bay (the windsurfers' bay). Darran and Brian had planned to kite from there and were prepared to picnic and kite there. However, that day the wind was not strong enough so we headed back to Jibe City, had a great ...
... rocky ones. It's quite a balancing act walking with a heavy vest (BCD), weights (me: 8lbs), tank (over 20 lbs even when it's empty), 2 regulators, pressure gauge, dive computer, mask and fins. If you are not on the rocky shores, you have the waves yanking you around. I have to tell myself that this is part of the plan to get physically fit and lose weight. ;-) All enjoyment comes with a price. That's life I know. And really, mine is pretty awesome. I do feel extremely lucky. ;-)
This morning's diving started with the wreck dive site on Bonaire: Hilma Hooker. This was a checkout dive for Emily's advanced certification (which she finished today). This dive is a small cargo ship that was drug-running and seized by the government, later sunk for a dive site. The lowest part of the ship is at 100 feet, so it's a deep dive as well. Paul wasn't able to come as his sinuses were bothering him, but he was kept busy ...
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