Hotel Restaurant Rochaline
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... Clearly Singaporean and American politics have a thing or two to learn from Bonaire. I got to learn about lion fish, or the general lack thereof in Bonaire. Lion fish are ugly reddish brown fish with long spikes on them which deliver stings that are legendarily painful. They aren't very big, only 1.5x the size of your fist, but end up being an apex predator wherever they are because nothing can eat them. They're originally an Asian fish and have ended up in ...
Our first private tour today organised by Queen of Queens from Cruise Critic. Our group of 14 assembled on deck 1 eager and ready to be off as soon as we were free to go at Kralendijk, Bonaire . As soon as formalities were completed off we set and found Bonaire Vista tours and after a short wait Brian arrived with a very smart air conditioned minivan and we headed out of town. We headed south first to see the salt flats, which are ...
... of course the beautiful private pool got a good workout. It was slightly unfortunate when the intoxicated older members of the clan decided it was better to go in naked but we ignored the incident, kept our distance, and enjoyed it none the less. We were here to dive and relax, and that's exactly what we did. From our first (and only) family snorkelling expedition to the Karpata dive site, the bar was set high - 1st manta ray sighting in only 5m of crystal ...
... I started having flashbacks to my childhood and having to take that horrible stuff).
The median annual salary is $9,500, the poverty level is low and so is crime. The elderly are taken care of; and everyone has medical benefits. One thing they don't want though is for Holland to legalize marijuana on the island like in Amsterdam.
Once the tour was completed, we took a couple of pictures and headed back to the ship…it ...
... moon jellyfish that was roughly a foot across.
For dinner we went to a local BBQ place called BobbyJean’s. Paul, Emily, and I came here on our first Bonaire trip on the recommendation of people on an online forum about Bonaire. We’ve made a point to go since then as the food is good and not too expensive. Chicken kabobs with satay sauce, ribs, chicken legs, fish, fries, and cole slaw filled us up.