Port Bonaire Resort
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Third visit to Bonaire (see 2011 dive trip for general information about the island). Flew from Houston into Bonaire; return trip was through Newark.
Stayed with Bamboo Bali again; they are building two cabins, and from the pictures Anno showed up, they are going to be pretty high-end.
Finally made it to the grocery store; that was a site to behold. They have many of the foods we would find in the States, but their layout was extraordinary. I was unable to find any ...
... 8217;s land-locked salt-water lagoon, was our next stop for a look at the long-legged, pink flamingos. Bonaire is famous for its pink flamingoes. We assumed from reading the tour synopsis that we would spend some time at the lake to get a close up look and get information on why Bonaire. NOPE, while driving 100 miles and hours, our guide pointed to an area that was supposedly their habitat. Oh let me mention too that we were about a quarter ...
... The base of the ship is at 90 feet with the top at about 60 feet. There were multiple large barracuda and a tarpon. I took a picture of a night sergeant that was living near the propeller and he got mad, swam out to me, bit me on the hand, and then swam back in towards the propeller. It was really funny! As we were finishing circling the wreck Colin Burdine’s BCD got a leak, making him sink to 90 ...
... the second boat dive of the day would get us back to close to comfort for re-boarding the ship; so we did a great dive from the pier and saw a lot of pretty coral and schools of fish and a couple of barracudas. Now what was really cool about this dive is how quickly the wall sloped downward. We were told a couple of times in our dive brief to make sure we watched our depth, because the ...
... and I might still miss them.
After going around the lake, I continued on the road to the north coast and was planning on going back to Kralendijk by the coast road. Bad plan. The coast road is one way - the opposite of the way I wanted to go. So back I went to Rincon and back from there past my morning excursions all the way to Kralendijk. This route is beginning to seem familiar...except when I get to the city but this time, I managed to hit the ...
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