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Once again, hot and sunny as we docked at the port of Kralendijk on our 2nd Dutch Antilles' island, Bonaire. Breakfast once again in the Waterside then disembarked the ship and headed for the Spice or Eden Beach which we had visited in 2011. It took 25 minutes to walk to the beach, no sudden dramatic rainstorm on this occasion as there had been 3 years ago. Managed to remember our way to the beach, ...
... and crashing waves below. It wasn't until rounding the headland that the full extent of the town came into view. It looked like a novelty miniature village with dozens of old fashioned buildings of all shapes, sizes and colours crammed into the fairly limited space of the long, deep valley that was walled by vertical cliffs on both sides and a steep incline to the back. It was a strange experience to walk through the streets and see road markings and sign ...
... section, where among many pastries & cheesecakes, there was a chocolate fountain. After dinner, we walked over to dance a little while waiting for a pool table to be available. We then played two games before returning to our room to relax and wait for the fireworks. I checked us in for our flight tomorrow and paid for our luggage. I also looked at the snowstorm that could throw a wrench in our flight to La Guardia. Another day in Atlanta? I hope not. Will we have ...
... The pretty town has about 9000 residents, and located about 20 miles from Castries. The town’s natural sulfur springs were spawned by La Soufriere, the nearby volcano. People came to bathe in the pools of black pungent sulfurous water belch steam bubbles while visitors happily languish in hopes of relieving their painful joints. Adjoining this area is the Diamond falls which are fed by underground hot streams from the springs. Water ...
... that played 60s tunes. The food was average and the service was Caribbean-speed, but it satisfied my hunger.
I started "being a tourist" at the north end of the island, where there are all sorts of signs directing you to "The Cap." I thought it would be a tourist attraction with all the signs, but it turns out to be a rich-people gated community. The gate guard let me in, showed me where to take ...