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Bonaire by Electric Car

Even the crustiest of divers have to dry out sometime — even if it is only the mandated last day of their trip. (Divers have to wait a certain number of hours before flying after they hang up their fins, which leads many divers to consider the last day of a dive vacation their “dry day.”)…

Packing for Bonaire

What’s that you hear in the distance? The cry of a small blonde blogger being crushed under the weight of her excess baggage? The clatter of non-travel sized toiletries hiding from the TSA? The crush of a bulging carry on being shoved into a tiny overhead bin? Must be time for another overpacking confessional slash exhaustive edition of Inside My…

Diving Bonaire: House Reefs and Resort Rides thumbnail

The vast majority of the world’s great dive sites are accessed by boat. That’s all good and fun, but had to admit I’m the kind of freewheelin’ girl who prefers to don scuba gear on my own schedule, and not necessarily be tied down to a dive shop’s pier departure time. This is part of what…

Bon Bini na Bonaire! Where To Stay and Eat on the Caribbean’s Most Underrated Isle thumbnail

Bon bini a Bonaire! As I tried to suss what language the welcome banner at Flamingo International Airport read (answer: Papiamentu, one of the languages spoken on Bonaire alongside Dutch, English, and a dash of Spanish — and yes, the airport is truly named after the island’s much loved and long-legged pink birds), I watched an endless string of dive gear…

Bonaire

Greetings from the Caribbean! As those of you following along on Instagram and Facebook know, I’ve spent the past week on the island of Bonaire, one of the world’s top dive destinations. This Dutch outpost, neighboring more developed neighbors Aruba and Curaçao, has been high on my bucket list for quite some time due to its…

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