Bonaire Happy Holiday Homes
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... deck party was good. We caught up with Mal, Leanne and Graham from the back bar (and morning trivia) and had a good time. We finished around 12.00.
This morning the captain told us that the ship was involved in an emergency rescue last night and a number of passengers had to leave their cabins around 2.00am for a couple of hours due to a helicopter hovering over the aft of the ship. ...
... There is nothing on the island but a couple of little structures to provide some shade. If you want anything to eat or drink, you have to bring it with you.
The snorkel was very nice because there is a band of coral just below the surface just a few feet from the beach and then the deeper coral is just another 10 feet away, making it easy to go back and forth between these coral structures. The coral formations and the fish ...
... together for him a whole plan of action. =)
Anyway, back to Darran's visit. During his stay, we went snorkeling a couple of times. Once right outside our place with Ed and once at a site called "The Lake". Darran had his Go Pro and those are the pictures posted here. The shots with the sun overhead were taken when Darran placed the camera on the sand and we swam towards it. I have to say, I do still have some gymnastics moves in ...
... much power. As a souvenir for that day, Erika got a very nice bruise from her harness banging against her ribs. It didn't help that every time she got launched off her board, a leaky borrowed GoJoe from the kite school was working against her and leaving her a good distance from her board.
For those of you who don't kiteboard, this means lots of body dragging (or swimming along while flying the kite) to return to your board. So, partially due ...
... entry next to a big rock makes it a bit tricky.
After dinner, Emily and I went on a night dive at Belmar. The dive was for her advanced certification and was pretty shallow over the sand and soft corals. There were lots of tiny critters (maybe larval fish) that loved our lights...along with some small jellyfish. None of my pictures from this dive were worthwhile.