Sorobon Beach Resort
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... It was unbelievably awesome. On my first dive they started circling around me and I kept rotating my body to look at them. The footage doesn't do the encounter justice. Barracudas have an odd reputation of being dangerous, it turns out they've attacked humans on the very rare occasion in murky water. My experience is the opposite, I've enjoyed every encounter I've had with them, especially when they're thousands of them in the water. The second dive looks ...
Somehow the beginning of a trip seems to be the hardest for me. You have to do a ton of planning, buy plane tickets, purchase equipment, etc... There's something to be said about the lifestyle of a real vagabond backpacker, who just shows up without a plan and bounces around a continent aimlessly using buses. I lived that life in the Middle East and Southern Africa and really enjoyed it. This leg of the trip involves a lot of scuba diving though and I'm weighed down by a 35kg scuba ...
... so tried our luck. We turned up with the Kooy's, geared up and no hassles at all. There were about 3 other cars there and not one of the workers said anything. 7 big pier pylons to dive around with plenty to see. We saw squid, Sergeant Majors protecting their eggs which were laid on the pylons, squid, eels, 3 green turtles and many schools of fish using the pylons as protection. A nice site. - 'Hilda Hooker' wreck. Paper toy this is pushed as a boat dive, but ...
... pink and not blue ! We then go for a dive,
my first without a instructor. It is very impressive, we see big fish
schools and we can swim around the big poles of the peer. We then go
for a second dive at the Bachelors beach. We start from a beach which
is probably the most beautifull I have seen on Bonaire so far. We
again follow the reef and get to see some big fish schools, one of
them circling us for some time. After those good dives we go to the
... water life. The crystal clear water made us feel like we reached paradise, giving us the sensation of total peace, as the view is simply breathe taking.
We had a tour in an electrical motored Thai Tuk Tuk which gave Sakda the feeling of being at home and amazed him of the ingenious idea of transforming a traditional gas-working Thai vehicle into a modern ...