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... snowbirds). I joined them as they squealed for joy when we landed in Aruba's Caribbean heat. Aruban immigration took one look at the backpack on my back and grubby clothes, and asked if I was coming to work on a cruise ship. Turns out I look like a Filipino! After convincing immigration I was simply in Aruba on transit, I spent 8hrs walking around the island's resorts, then jumped on a tiny propeller plane to Bonaire. Bonaire is a strange place. Its a tiny island with a ...
This morning's diving started with the wreck dive site on Bonaire: Hilma Hooker. This was a checkout dive for Emily's advanced certification (which she finished today). This dive is a small cargo ship that was drug-running and seized by the government, later sunk for a dive site. The lowest part of the ship is at 100 feet, so it's a deep dive as well. Paul wasn't able to come as his sinuses were bothering him, but he was kept busy ...
... Sights: - Lac Cai. One day we did a family trip to the far south of the island, to the beaches at Lac Cai, known for there windsurfing and snorkelling. The Seligson's and Diana enjoyed the snorkelling, while Joe enjoyed the peace and relaxation from the banana lounge at the bar. A nice relaxing location with a few bars on the beach, with lounges practically in the water. During our drive there we came across an unfortunate goat who'd ran too close to a cactus ...
Largely untouched and unspoiled, the town of Kralendijk on the island of Bonaire is best explained by translating its name. Kralendijk, Dutch for "coral reef," is a world-class snorkeling and scuba-diving spot. In fact, the entire reef that surrounds the island is a National marine Park. The name Bonaire, French for "good air," hints at the prime habitat for bird-watching. Keep your eyes peeled for 200 species of birds, including the pink flamingo.
... to watch out for them when they drove their cars. Splashing water onto sidewalks was a common occurrence. We were careful out standing water in the street. The buildings were all light pastel colors like you were accustomed to seeing on the ABC Islands (Aruba and Curacao). Yet Bonaire is different in that it is not as developed as the other two islands.
We walked to the end of the main street and turned right heading down another main street that led into the center of ...
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