Bonaire Happy Holiday Homes
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- Concierge desk
- Babysitting service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... hunted here because it is ruining the reef. They eat twice their weight in fish everyday! It is the only fish they are allowed to hunt within the 200 mile limit here. Patrick pointed out some black fish, that were teasing a baby eel. I saw both juvenile and Adult Drum Fish. I have been doing alot of reading here and found that the Parrotfish are the fish creating the sand here. They eat the algae off ...
... major contributor to the local economy.
In 2010, the country officially left the Netherlands Antilles (due to its dissolution) and became a special municipality of the Netherlands.
Bonaire is also known for its pristine coral reefs and easy access diving. The island offers near perfect conditions for diving and with 84 sites to choose from, it lives up to it’s reputation as a diver’s paradise. With Bonaire having such a reputation, it was ...
... figured she was yelling at one of the other kiters and then I noticed the dolphins. The other kiters were chasing the dolphins and they were swimming towards me! It was amazing. There were three or four of dolphins and I have to admit as I continued riding and thinking about the amazing sight, I was so excited I sort of -only slightly- wanted to cry. I know it sounds silly but that is how moved I was. I had seen the dolphins from a ...
... of the crab sandwich and I do like the curried chicken salad. And indeed, Brian went out windsurfing one more time.
The day of Darran's arrival, the Kruzels invited us to go have dinner with Ernst (the founder of Jibe City) to Bistro de Paris. I enjoyed my blue cheese burger for the third time. We got some interesting insider information from Ernst about the island. The whole southern side of the island is owned by Cargill - ...
... br> Today, Tuesday, we escorted our neighbors on a 2nd dive at a site next to the airport known as "The Windsoc." The water was quite clear and we dropped down to the bottom of the reef which according to my computer was 97' of water. We observed lots of healthy coral from 97' up to 15' on this reef. We saw lots of reef fish and the largest Lion fish we have encountered so far (probably 12-15" in length and easily 1-2 lbs in weight). Erika and I discussed it and decided ...