Eden Beach Resort
Travel Blogs from Bonaire
... in Costa Rica convalescing, Brian had arranged for these items to be shipped to South Florida to our friend Amanda's home. No sightseeing and only one trip to the mall (only me of course). Brian however managed to repair a broken bar and make some continued adjustments to his large hand sewn travel bag.
One last thing on Miami, since we didn't have clippers Brian got a haircut by someone else for only the third time in our 20+ year marriage. I think the woman ...
... Many fish school around the pylons. Today we were treated to a small group of tarpon!
Dive #3 was Bachelor's Beach. This is probably the easiest shore entry on Bonaire (although I found some challenges in getting out!). We saw a a honeycomb cowfish, spotted moray, lion tail sea cucumber, and 3 spotted drum.
Enjoy the ...
... a bit the doorman, but finally we can get in.
This nice young venezuelian waitress brings us to the restaurant,
which is on a little peer just next to the wonderful private baech,
where we first take a drink. We then talk about our projects to go
for a swim before having diner. Then the waitress asks us if we a
have a day pass for the beach. What ? No… Ok, then you have to pay
40dollars to go on the beach. Hmmm, a bit expensive. But we just want
... day to keep the batteries in good shape. Anyway...that's the boating life for you !
We reach Equinox II, and we're full of relief when we find that she is looking just fine, apart from about an inch of dust all over the boat. We were situated near a road at the edge of the Marina, and there had been lots and lots of road works and excavation works in the area whilst we were away (and is still happening), so everything was covered in dust.
We therefore ...
... taking the sails down. He then came back to reality pretty fast.
Anyway, we arrived safely and managed to pick up a mooring ball not too far from the local bar and restaurant area, and we were safely tucked away for another day.
The first thing we do the next morning is work out what sort of internet connection we might have. Sure enough...it wasn't too good out in the bay, so we decided that in order to be able to do some business, we ...