Bonaire

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** BONAIRE **

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    SherikahDavis
    20 Jan 2020
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    Bonaire was a breath of fresh air for me. I went there solo for a day trip which was short and sweet. My tour guide carried me around and took me to some historical sites including their salt lake and factory. I was able to gain history on the slaves that worked in the salt trade and how they differentiated the salts for different ships eg Blauwe pan was the name of one of the four salt spots this represented the blue slave huts. They have a lot of wild donkeys on land. The locals are warm and friendly. The guide charged $25usd per hour (I got discounts) Bonaire is an ideal place for diving and windsurfing. I’ll degini return.
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    cafeprieta
    08 Dec 2018
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    We took a one day trip to Bonaire during our trip to Curaçao. We rented a car so we can see as much as possible. The Island is small so it was relatively easy to do. We were able to go snorkeling in Klein Bonaire, participate in the Regatta, which just so happened to that weekend, visit the salt mining sections of the island and see the flamingoes. There isn’t much to do in Bonaire so it is a great place to visit for a brief time if you want to break up the monotony of a trip to a larger nearby island. If you are planning a trip and have any questions, feel free to contact me on IG. My IG handle is TravelBecomesMe.

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