Tropical Inn Bonaire

Address: J.A. Abraham Boulevard, Kralendijk, Bonaire | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on J.A. Abraham Boulevard, Kralendijk, is near Bonaire Marine Park, Lac Bay, Bari Reef, and Aquaspace Sailing Charters.
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      Travel Blogs from Kralendijk

      I thought it was BONair ... but they say BONEair !

      A travel blog entry by dougo on Mar 25, 2014

      25 photos

      ... with the lounge - small and stuffed to within an inch of it’s life and not at all inviting to sit on. There was some lovely old glass pieces as well as china - or may it was pottery – in blue and white – typically Delft ware.








      After some 15-20 mins, we passed through the town of Rincon which reminded me again of the Galapagos – bare earth, colourful houses and basic necessities.







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      Day 1 in Bonaire

      A travel blog entry by asqrd93 on Mar 08, 2014

      7 photos

      ... extreme salinity of the water to the donkeys you hear at night. After snorkeling we had sandwiches at home and decided to tour the island. We drove around to the salt pan slave huts, Kite beach, and the salt pans. After the seeing most of the island we came back and laid in the sun, got a little red not too bad though. My aunt made an amazing spaghetti dinner and we went and sat by the ocean afterwards with a few ...

      Day 11--Kralendijk, Bonaire

      A travel blog entry by rozbp on Apr 02, 2013

      68 photos

      ... together. As on the other islands, Bonaire had a very interesting history of many cultures. School is mandatory up to age 18, and then students can leave the island to complete their studies in Aruba, Curacao, Holland or the U.S. Our tour guide told us she planned to either study to become a policeman, nurse or mechanic. She has already completed some nursing training, but thinks that being a policeman is better. Her father is a mechanic ...

      Salt pier

      A travel blog entry by drmom on Jul 10, 2012

      22 photos

      ... diving.

      Next we headed to Larry's Lair. This looked like it wouldn't be a bad entry, but looks were deceiving. The entry was rocky with "potholes" and lots of surf. I fell and ended up scooting in the rest of the way instead of walking. Getting out was even worse. Good news, though, as this was an excellent dive. As we descended there was a good-sized spotted eagle ray. I managed to suck down 500 psi of air straight off the bat following ...

      Back Home

      A travel blog entry by sv.equinox on Jul 15, 2011

      41 photos

      ... John Heron, Laurie Pope, Andrew Whittey and Paul Sturton (sorry if I've mis-spelt your names) for making the effort to catch up. Thanks also to Dickie Green...even though he couldn't make it that night he still made a call to apologies profusely !! Don't do it again Dickie...no seriously...look forward to catching up with you next time.

      Ray also managed to catch up one more time with Mark Noak (sorry if I mis-spelt your name) after our ...