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Once again, hot and sunny as we docked at the port of Kralendijk on our 2nd Dutch Antilles' island, Bonaire. Breakfast once again in the Waterside then disembarked the ship and headed for the Spice or Eden Beach which we had visited in 2011. It took 25 minutes to walk to the beach, no sudden dramatic rainstorm on this occasion as there had been 3 years ago. Managed to remember our way to the beach, ...
... get a car to stop). The sidewalks are large enough for two people to walk besides each other (most other islands you're lucky to have a sidewalk). Their are even designated bike areas. Oh- and parks- real parks with grass, paved walkways and statues. While all this may not appeal to the average tourist looking for the raw Caribbean, we've done the raw Caribbean for awhile now and this is a nice change. Alright- ...
``What time do you want me to pick you
up, `` my taxi driver asked. I agreed to meet him after an hour at
the same spot and made my way inside the handicraft market.
Stalls full of baseball caps, t-shirts,
cotton blouses, key chains and fridge magnets were lined up one after
another. ``Sweetie, come take a look,`` a vendor beckoned me. ``I
made this myself in two hours`` a vendor with cornrows explained.
She pointed ...
... photos from one camera, and the other camera wasn't recharging. (That's why you only got four photos on the last blog).
Found the Chinese shop that Pablo had recommended and managed to buy the right lead for one camera and a Universal charger for the other.
Whilst we were there, a couple of locals came in and sold the owner a mobile phone for $30 (about £7.50), right in front of me!
Bought a chicken for Sunday Lunch and headed home, to three ...
... Bob says he saw a bus stopped by the side of the road and many of the men urinating. It is a short drive to the temples of Khajuraho. They were rediscovered by the British in the 1800s, overgrown with vegetation. They are now fenced off, admission is charged and some have been restored. On the approach, the temples grow in height, mimicking the Himalayas. They are beautiful and about 1000 years old. The carving is stunning and ...