Port Bonaire Resort
Travel Blogs from Kralendijk
... The land is hard coral and the only native plants are cactus and shrubs. Neither the soil nor the lack of rain will allow trees to grow. We wound through the north end of the island on a narrow one way road, eventually arriving in the small town of Rincon.
Every ship tour includes a stop at a tourist trap. Our first stop was at a tiny distillery which uses the local cactus to flavor their spirits. Annie sampled some and bought a couple of small bottles. It was a ...
... park where young and elder Bonaireans are working together to keep their traditional customs alive. During our visit, we toured the museum, had refreshments and watched a native dance performance by a young girl.
Next was a short drive to Seru Largu and stop on top of the mountain, where we got to see a sweeping view of Kralendijk and Klein Bonaire as well as the southern part of the island.
Lake Goto (Goto Meer), ...
... cowfish, a porcupine fish, a barracuda, a couple of spotted drums, and multiple eels. Unfortunately, my camera wouldn't turn on for this dive (not sure what the problem was as it worked fine when we returned) so no pictures. Just imagine it with lots of pretty fish.
Tonight we're having a leisurely steak and hamburger dinner while relaxing at our home. We had an iguana visiting for a few minutes, but otherwise it has been a nice quiet evening.
... with the matte black frame and the driver’s gradient lens. They are an amazing pair of glasses that I picked up in New York in 1991, the summer we moved to Curacao. My Serengetis and I had already developed a meaningful relationship on countless Caribbean beaches and to this day, remain the coolest set of shades you will find anywhere.
Lory’s first reaction to my misfortune was to laugh. She had been similarly surprised by the sweeping paw ...
... friend Georgie who I also managed to catch up with for a quick coffee...both these girls are working way too hard and haven't got time to catch up with a salty old sailors like myself now, but they still made the effort - thankyou ! There were many more of you that I would have liked to have caught up with, but unfortunately we just ran out of time.
The hard part now is saying goodbye to our families once again. See you all on our return !
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