Has anything changed in the last 2 years in Bonaire?
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I feel so much has changed. There is a stretch limo on island. We have folks racing to pass one another. Indeed a few new stores and restaurants. The dollar is our currency. Prices are higher BUT and here's the but..
We have the most pristine harbour. STINAPA continues to maintain the reefs and preserve our eco system. Conch is monitored and protected. The mangroves are thriving. Captain Don celebrated 50 years on Bonaire. And, still, Bonaire is the only place I really feel calm and peace. Welcome back soon, everyone.