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 Lac Bay, Bonaire Marine Park, 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

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... not to alarm the birds and as we were leaving, I spotted a wild goat. There are many wild goats on the island as well as wild donkeys too. Some people actually own the goats but generally they are fenced in.

Speaking of fenced in, in the middle of the lake, there is an island. This island has a road to it and a fence made entirely of what looks to be drift wood but it may very well be the wood of a cactus. The island is for sale for some ...

Family fun times... In Caribbean diving wonerland

A travel blog entry by wsbyama on Sep 28, 2013

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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 ...

Day 11--Kralendijk, Bonaire

A travel blog entry by rozbp on Apr 02, 2013

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... 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 ...

Underwater is the place to be

A travel blog entry by drmom on Jul 08, 2012

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... 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 ...

Kralendijk - Capital of Bonaire

A travel blog entry by sv.equinox on Jul 05, 2011

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... you need to wash everything down with vinegar. I didn't know whether to believe this or not, but rather than use chemicals, I did try this and hoped for the best. I started to wash down all the walls of the interior of the boat with a solution of 50:50 vinegar and water, and to my surprise, when we returned to the boat there was not a sign of any mould to be seen. Thank you to who-ever gave me that little tip along the way.

We also needed to ...