Hamlet Oasis Resort

Address: Kaya Gob. N Debrot 123, Kralendijk, Bonaire | 3 star ranch
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This 3 star ranch, located on Kaya Gob. N Debrot 123, Kralendijk, is near Lac Bay, Bonaire Marine Park, Bari Reef, and Aquaspace Sailing Charters.
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Travel Blogs from Kralendijk

Family fun times... In Caribbean diving wonerland

A travel blog entry by wsbyama on Sep 28, 2013

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... expedition - only to be relocated just where it was "left" outside the dive shop in the cleaning tanks of water... Diving: Bonaire has about 90 official dive sites in a small location, so we obviously wanted to do the best ones during our time. There were 62 on the mainland, mostly shore dives accessible from the beach, and about 30 on Klein Bonaire, about 10mins boat trip away. When we rented our dive gear from WannaDive we asked one of the staff for some ...

Sleep deprivation + diving

A travel blog entry by drmom on Jul 07, 2012

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We arrived in Bonaire early this morning on the overnight flight from Houston and hit the ground running. We were sitting by some ladies who insisted on talking loudly, keeping us from sleeping during the flight so we were a bit tired. Despite this, we managed to make it to our morning national park rules instruction, get to the grocery store, and take a super quick nap before starting to dive.

We're on this trip with our good friends ...

The beautiful little island

A travel blog entry by chahan on Jun 16, 2012

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... makes me redo it
all although after the first dive he tells me : I can see that you
have already done this… This annoyed me little bit, but I just went
on anyway. We make two confined water dives in the afternoon. At
night I have the chance to be invited to a barbecue held by the
neighbour of Roderick. Around 12 dutch people are there, all speaking
in dutch. This is a very strange language : it is a mixt of german
and English, but although I speak both ...

Kralendijk, Bonaire

A travel blog entry by danharriet on Oct 05, 2011

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... with Aruba and Curacao. They imported African slaves to work the plantations and the salt mines. Bonaire's ownership changed hands several times until 1816, when the Dutch maintained leadership. Slavery was abolished in 1863 and around this time Bonaire started attracting more inhabitants. Early in the 20th century, visitors started arriving on Bonaire; eventually a pier was built, further attracting tourism, and in 1943, the airport was built.

Bonaire is a part of ...

A Day of Snorkeling

A travel blog entry by globetrotters on Apr 20, 2011

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... I was amazed at the clarity of the water and the variety of fish. I won’t even pretend to know what kind of fish they were, but they were all beautiful. One was a combination of blue, green, yellow, and pink. Most amazing was its teeth. It had a smile as big as mine. I’m not kidding! Everytime I saw one of these colorful sea creatures it looked as if it was smiling at me. Hilarious! It would crunch up pebbles between those pearly whites, then spit out the ...