I really like the way these guys edited their journey as it reminded my of yesteryear a little. What would these people do without a selfie stick and go pro ? Very nice edited and shot work boys. I like the arty element too - where would we be without youtube still consuming regular tv by the bucket perhaps. The water quality looks amazing here and makes me want to go now if I could. Some interesting touristic things to see and in bonaire and then the kite surfers make it look so much fun...just don't please throw your cigarette butts in the water guys :)
Caribbean BlogWelcome to the Caribbean an amazingly untouched beauty awaits. Welcoming people and amazing activities to transform you in mind body and spirit.
The 'B' of the A B C's full of dutch vacationers, scuba divers and pirates.
I came across this treasure trove of diving photos from bonaire. I simply like blogs that are very real and so am taking the time to share the link.
Here it is Bonaire Photos
Photos thanks to AQUILASTEVE http://flickrhivemind.net/User/aquilasteve
Bonaire is primed as a fantastic vacation destination by its proximity to the equator. exactly 12 degrees north or the equator gives a year round average of just over 80 F. It does get rainy days in the ‘rainy season’ Oct to Jan. The showers are not torrential normally adding up to 20 inches per year. October sees the most cloud cover at 50% marking the start of the rainy season when you could get some light showers breaking up the heat. There’s a pretty consistent easterly 12 not wind that blows.
Ok great so it’s good for most any sport except climbing with a highest point of just 780 feet. Bonaire is most known for its reefs surrounding the island. Scuba divers flock here to take advantage. It's particularly good for diving because the reef is close by lending itself to be shore dive capital of the world but its the clarity of the water you will be impressed by. Being a dry island there is little runnoff as well. The conditions are set for fantastic diving. You can fill your tanks in a drive through - the only place in the world. Drive to any place marked by a yellow rock and you have a shore dive. So also you expect snorkelling and kayaking to be popular as reefs knock the surf down.Other top activities in Bonaire include
Windsurfing, kitesurfing, hiking Horseriding
Bonaire is one of those places that for whatever reason has remained unspoilt. It has the typical unhurried pace and is backpacker friendly as much as support the luxury flashpackers alike.