Tropical Inn Bonaire
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Days 15 - 23 (Sabado 28 Septiembre - Sabado 5 Octubre - well, little Español influence here, but we are practising where we can) So a week's family vacation on an island known for its amazing scuba diving... And why not!? The risks associated with 7days of Seligson female mayhem were well outweighed by the potential benefits of some world-class diving... and we did not regret it one bit! Bonaire is indeed a magical place, really. We arrived at the house (El ...
... and used for medicinal purposes. The people sitting next to Rosalind were afraid to touch the cleaned beans or the salt crystals, so she told them that something else would kill them before the samples would. The looks on their faces were hilarious. We also saw a cashew plant and were told why cashews are so expensive; each pod only produces 4 nuts. We saw the castor plant that produces castor oil (I closed my eyes and put my head ...
... of the reef also had a lot of sponges.
Our third dive was at Angel City. The entry is a bit tricky and requires walking over mossy, slippery rocks, but we all survived intact. There is a double reef here with a nice sand bar in between. The reefs were excellent with a large number of fish. We saw 2 large barracuda, schools of tangs and creole wrasse, a blue parrotfish, and a wide variety of other fish. The big find ...
... find a nice spot with soft sand and enough wind to
keep the mosquitos away. I wake up with a marvellous sunrise and go to
the airport (5mins away) and take my flight to curacao. And this is
another mini adventure : the plane has exactly 10 seats, including
the pilote ! Very interesting flight. In Curacao I then planned to go
on the internet and book my flights, but of course the internet is
down and so I finally get to Havana on Thursday 21.06 evening (and without
outgoing flight !). ...
... diving, snorkeling, windsurfing, and water-skiing. Kralendijk is the sleep capital of Bainaire. Strung along one of Bonaire’s many attractive beaches, it is lined with pastel stucco houses and has a reef system that is a national part, protected up to 200 feet all around the island. One of our fellow cruisers mentioned that we had to have a license snorkel, but we quickly ignored that bit of misinformation (and you should also), and headed out to find some snorkeling ...