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  • Little Blue LizardToday is our last full day here on Bonaire. Don and Rob went to catch a water taxi over to Klein Bonaire, which is the little deserted island off the coast that is a marine park. More snorkeling for them!! Posted by katdill in Panama and Curacao | Feb 28, 2015
  • FEB 27 WORKING THE SALT FLATSUSING OUR LEFTOVER SCRAPS Kathy loves watching birds, and has been putting put fruit scraps out for the birds and the iguana and whoever else shows up. Today a pair of Troupial birds picked on papaya scraps and fed their young. Posted by RDILL in Panama Bonaire Curacao 2015 | Feb 27, 2015
  • More Exploring in BonaireFirst thing this morning, Don went down to the water and bought some fish from a fisherman who had just come back. He got some nice tuna, enough for two suppers for us for $15.00. He had the fisherman fillet Posted by katdill in Panama and Curacao | Feb 27, 2015
  • FEB 25 SNORKEL KLEIN BONAIREKLiEIN BONAIRE ON THE WOODWIND We are picked up at 9:30 and by 10:00 are on our way to Klein Bonaire on the Woodwind, a 30 foot sailing catamaran. Klein Bonaire is a small Island about two kilometres off shore. It Posted by RDILL in Panama Bonaire Curacao 2015 | Feb 24, 2015
  • FEB 26 BONAIRE CACTUS ADVENTURESTHE CACTUS TRAIL We rent a 4 passenger jeep from next door and take off exploring the northwest half of Bonaire. Taking the scenic coast road, we stop off at two dive sites along the way that are also supposed Posted by RDILL in Panama Bonaire Curacao 2015 | Feb 25, 2015
  • Cactus AdventureWe started out the day with Don going just down the street to rent a car. We got a little car to travel around the island in the next two days. Then we set off for the north part of Posted by katdill in Panama and Curacao | Feb 26, 2015
  • FEB 22 23 FROM PANAMA TO BONAIREA lazy last day in Panama talking to Marcella, a guest from the western section of Panama, gettingp caught up on this blog, and organizing photos. Finally downloaded go pro videos including snorkel shots around Isla Coiba. Added Posted by RDILL in Panama Bonaire Curacao 2015 | Feb 23, 2015
  • FEB 24 HELLO BONAIREHELLO BONAIRE The next morning Don and I drift snorkel along the waterfront for a couple of hours. It is disappointing. Bonaire has been touted as one of the best dive sites on the world, but two big storms have devastated Posted by RDILL in Panama Bonaire Curacao 2015 | Feb 24, 2015
  • Snorkeling and NotToday the guys went off for a snorkel trip on a sail boat with Woodwind Tours. They were picked up at 9:30 and didn't get home until 4:00, so they had quite a day of it. They said it was Posted by katdill in Panama and Curacao | Feb 25, 2015
  • Iguanas and BirdsAfter getting some washing done, with Don doing most of it because my hand is still too sore, I went for a walk and Don and Rob went our snorkeling just in front of our place. There isn't very much Posted by katdill in Panama and Curacao | Feb 25, 2015
  • Goodbye to Panama, Hello BonaireYesterday was a very slow day. Don and I went for a little walk around the neighbourhood, in a different direction than previously. When we came back we all just cooled it, Rob catching up on his blog entries, Don Posted by katdill in Panama and Curacao | Feb 23, 2015
  • Kralendijk, BonaireKralendijk (pronounced crawl-en-dike) is the capital of Bonaire, this is also an island in the Dutch Antilles. It is famous for it`s diving because the island is surrounded by a marine park. There is also a barefoot casino here! We Posted by laurawatchorn in Artem & Laura's Travels | Mar 31, 2014
  • Back @ Sea + Day 1 BonaireHello from the sea again, From the 18th of December to the 21st we were at sea. This meant ‘wacht’ and school again. Now I had ‘wacht’ with our new ‘wacht’ group. On Sunday however, I had my kitchen shift. My Posted by meimeilin in Meilin at Sea | Dec 23, 2011
  • Bonaire: Wash and Walk===After scoping out the laundry mat the previous day, Tony decided he would stay and wash all our clothes while I returned the scooter by myself. Hmmm this proved to be quite the challenge . . . it’s more Posted by Tony.Ruby in Ruby and Tony - Around the World | Nov 10, 2010
  • Bonaire: Broccoli cappuccino! —FOODIE ALERT===As most of you know, we spent most of the morning finally updating our blog! We hope you’re enjoying it! Tony was eventually able to lure me out of our cottage with the promise of authentic ice cream from Posted by Tony.Ruby in Ruby and Tony - Around the World | Nov 9, 2010
  • Bonaire: Hi hottie, wanna ride? The weather is still not the best for diving so we exchanged our old rusty truck for a spiffy new scooter. The guys at the scooter rental looked doubtful about Ruby’s ability to ride a scooter since she Posted by Tony.Ruby in Ruby and Tony - Around the World | Nov 8, 2010
  • Bonaire: Certified ChaCha Ruby and I are now officially Open Water PADI Certified Divers! We completed our dives downtown at a beach called Cha-Cha with our awesome dive instructor Niels (seen in the picture below). We went to a depth of Posted by Tony.Ruby in Ruby and Tony - Around the World | Nov 8, 2010
  • Bites and Beer Got up and went snorkeling at a small dive site called Andrea 1, by the way, don’t forget your water shoes/dive boots because the terrain getting in is rough. Unfortunately we could not finish our scuba certification today due Posted by Tony.Ruby in Ruby and Tony - Around the World | Nov 6, 2010
  • Bonaire: Scuba and SpaghettiAs most of you know we started our SCUBA classes in San Jose a few weeks ago and finally had the first two of our long anticipated ocean dive classes with Buddy Dive Center. The Sun Ocean Front dive Posted by Tony.Ruby in Ruby and Tony - Around the World | Nov 5, 2010
  • Bonaire: Keep your eyes peeled for flying flamingos! We rented what we believe to be the crappiest rusted truck on the island (it usually took around 4 attempts to start and would max out at 40 km/hr!) We drove around the island looking at slave huts, salt Posted by Tony.Ruby in Ruby and Tony - Around the World | Nov 4, 2010

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