Sorobon Beach Resort
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... with the Galapagos Islands apart from the fact that Bonair and the Galapagos were formed differently, the vegetation is tough and can survive harsh conditions. Eg there are lots of cactus - same with Galapagos. Lots of Iguanas - same with Galapagos. Birds which have adapted and are an intricate part of the eco system - same with Galapagos.
But when we finally arrived at the Goto Lake which comprises of Brackish water, it really was ...
... had a TV but was useless. They closed the cabin door and pulled away from the gate as I looked over at the 2 empty seats next to me thinking, well I guess I have a bed to myself! The best part of this leg of the trip besides having a whole row to myself was watching the sunset as we landed into ...
... margate bay which is near the southern tip of the island. This area has excellent reef but isn't easily accessible if the surf is up. Fortunately it was light surf today. Entry was pretty easy and the reef was beautiful! We saw some queen angelfish but the big sight of the day was when a loggerhead turtle swam over us! Absolutely wonderful!
Our second dive was Alice ...
... years, I don't know. It's a good thing I had left some clothes at mum's house and didn't put everything into storage before we left, otherwise we would have been in a bind. Anyway, it was a fun night, and Josephine had a great time ! Happy 21st Josephine...can't believe you're 21 already!
We didn't spend all our time with the Rossis family however...there were also many many dinners with Ray's Mum and his brothers and their families. It ...
... t have wanted to go home if it wern't for his haernia.
We arrange our flights and will be flying back to Melbourne leaving 15 July 2011 out of Bonaire via Houston and Los Angeles, and coming back October 15 via Los Angeles, Miami & Curacao to Bonaire.
Before we could do that however, there were quite a few housekeeping jobs we needed to undertake to put the boat "to bed" so to speak for a period of 3 months whilst we are away.