Sand Dollar Condominium Resort
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charging extra for air conditioning? Breakfast used to be included, now it is extra
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... 18k. It's smaller, poorer and more chilled out brother of Aruba and curaçao. The locals refer to curaçao like its a big city and call Aruba a "little Miami". Like Aruba and curaçao, Bonaire is technically still part of the Netherlands. But it's official currency is the US dollar. (Aruba unofficially uses the U.S. Dollar, but the guilder is still it's legal tender). A lot of consumer goods here are Dutch and a good number of the residents and tourists are also Dutch. ...
... in and out of the site and trouble shooting gear problems. After the dive the marine ecology class and I played in the tidepools. We found a bunch of brittle stars and crabs.
After lunch Emily finished out her check out dives and Paul and I dove the Belmar reef. We decided that it would be good to be close to home since we weren't sure if he was up to diving...but he did fine. The highlight of the dive was a pair of squid ...
... a large piece protruding from his cheek! Ayala, being the animal lover she is, stopped the car and the Seligson sisters all tried to catch him, to somehow, with only a towel and bikinis, remove the cactus. In the end, the little fella got away, by running thru more cactus! He wasn't the only one we saw with cactus stuck to some part of his body. - Mangrove kayaking trip. Another Seligson plus Joe trip. 3hours of kayaking and snorkelling through the mangroves on ...
... Outside of the main street that we had started on there was not much activity except for some construction projects that under in progress. So we worked out way back to the main part of town and enjoyed shopping in some of the more numerous tourist stores. In one of the building, we followed an Arcade of shops back towards the beach and just before we exited to the beach; we found a perfect rest stop. They were serving cold beer and we had a choice of Dutch beers or a local ...
... twisted them mercilessly in contortions that no glasses were ever built to withstand.
Feeling helpless and angry, I retreated to the restaurant and approached the waitress who had served us. I struggled with my word choice to explain my predicament, but began with, “The monkey . . .” at which point she finished my sentence with, “ . . . stole your glasses?” Apparently, I was not this monkey’s first victim.