Outside of the Hurricane Belt…

One of the most appealing things of Bonaire is that it’s located just outside the hurricane belt. You see this by the number of sailing vessels that shelter here during the hurricane season which runs from June through November.That doesn’t mean the activity in the area has zero effect. You may see a slight wind reversal, choppy waters in the …

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Dining on Bonaire

We often get the question; where do we go for good food?the answer to that is not quick and simple; it depends on what you are looking for!and there is a great website that has an up to date list of restaurants, visit https://www.yourdinnerguide.com/   Check it out!

Bonaire is a hot destination!

It’s hard to decide whether we are in post covid times or still in the middle of it, but one thing is for sure: people just WANT to travel. Our accommodations are pretty much booked solid from this month on, through March. And it does not end there; we have many bookings lined up for the spring, summer and fall …

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Bonaire Kunuku

Lately we have been doing all kinds different activities here on Bonaire. We visited one of the many water wells on the island, not the most touristic one (near Goto lake), but at Flor di Cuba, where it waters the surrounding kunukus, a Papiamentu word for farms. With the word 'farm' don't think green pastures with grazing cows, or flourishing ...

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Enjoying my island in times of Covid

Strange times we are in now. On Bonaire, we have very little Covid cases and are still able to move around comfortably. But for us and many others who have businesses in hospitality, times are very slow. It took me a while to come out of the ‘ready to work’ mode, and feeling obligated to make hours in my office ...

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