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Things to do in Bonaire

Discussion in 'Invade Bonaire, 2013' started by ROXANNE, Jan 1, 2013.

  1. DCBC

    DCBC Banned

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    Brandaris Hill is the highest spot on the island (780 something feet I think), so I don't know how enjoyable that would be for you (especially if you have to say no to diving!) It has a walking path to the top that gives a pretty good view of the island.
     
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  2. ROXANNE

    ROXANNE Artist

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    Thanks for the info.
    We have a few non diving spouses and friends with the Invasion who might enjoy that. :D
     
  3. Colin Gray

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    After climbing Mt Scenery on Saba, I think I might pass on another "hill" with a path!
     
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  4. ROXANNE

    ROXANNE Artist

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    You climbed that to! There were quite a few steps if I do say so myself. :rofl3:

    And some of the Invaders are worried about 1000 steps. Wimps :rofl3:
     
  5. Colin Gray

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    Got my certificate for climbing Mt Scenery. Even took pictures to prove I made it! Think it was 1,275 ft!
     
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  6. diversteve

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    You could try rappeling down at Rappel - :wink: (the dive site). Just wear your gear as the last drop puts you in the water. Bruce Bowker did 30 years ago: Bruce Bowker's Carib Inn, Bonaire, Rappel

    It's also:
    Toucan Divers goes there. Really good dive if the conditions are right.
     
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  7. ROXANNE

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    This looks like fun, but I know I don't have the skills for this one. Some in the group like to ski, so mayby...

    [video=vimeo;18730131]http://vimeo.com/18730131#[/video]
     
  8. ROXANNE

    ROXANNE Artist

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  9. Colin Gray

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    Thanks for the driving info:). Sure glad I rented a truck!
     
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  10. ROXANNE

    ROXANNE Artist

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    You might want to visit some of Bonaire's galleries and works of art.
    The galleries feature work of local and Caribbean artists. Visit Jan Art at her gallery, or make an appointment to visit with Bonaire resident artist Linda Richter of Bonaire Creations.

    Another wonderful fine artist and muralist Henk Roozendaal works can be seen all over the island.
     

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