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Mike Jan 22nd 2007 11:48 pm

Bonaire: Trip report and pictures
 
For anyone interested in Bonaire, especially windsurfing, I just posted
a new trip report with a photo album on my personal web site:
www.hammocktree.us/ms/trips.html
and select the first report (Bonaire 2007).

Mike

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Beachpeach Jan 23rd 2007 2:05 am

Re: Bonaire: Trip report and pictures
 
Mike wrote:
> For anyone interested in Bonaire, especially windsurfing, I just posted
> a new trip report with a photo album on my personal web site:
> www.hammocktree.us/ms/trips.html
> and select the first report (Bonaire 2007).
>
> Mike

Mike,
I'd just like to say that I thoroughly enjoyed looking through all of
your photos and trips. You take incredible pictures and I enjoyed your
descriptions of your trips. Thanks for sharing and giving me a few
moments of relaxing visual enjoyment. Any pictures of the clear aqua
colored water instantly makes me relaxed. Jealous that I"m not there,
but relaxed. We recently returned from our first trip to Cancun and
I'd move there in a heatbeat. Leaving was torture. But I've got
lovely pictures to remind myself of where I was.

Mike Jan 23rd 2007 3:36 am

Re: Bonaire: Trip report and pictures
 
beachpeach wrote:
> Mike wrote:
>> For anyone interested in Bonaire, especially windsurfing, I just posted
>> a new trip report with a photo album on my personal web site:
>> www.hammocktree.us/ms/trips.html
>> and select the first report (Bonaire 2007).
>>
>> Mike
>
> Mike,
> I'd just like to say that I thoroughly enjoyed looking through all of
> your photos and trips. You take incredible pictures and I enjoyed your
> descriptions of your trips. Thanks for sharing and giving me a few
> moments of relaxing visual enjoyment. Any pictures of the clear aqua
> colored water instantly makes me relaxed. Jealous that I"m not there,
> but relaxed. We recently returned from our first trip to Cancun and
> I'd move there in a heatbeat. Leaving was torture. But I've got
> lovely pictures to remind myself of where I was.
>
Thanks "Peach", I appreciate the comments... And I'm glad you enjoyed
the reports/photos.

With a name like that, you wouldn't be from the Atlanta area, would you??

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Beachpeach Jan 23rd 2007 3:53 am

Re: Bonaire: Trip report and pictures
 
Mike wrote:
.
> >
> Thanks "Peach", I appreciate the comments... And I'm glad you enjoyed
> the reports/photos.
>
> With a name like that, you wouldn't be from the Atlanta area, would you??
>
Nope, I used to live at the beach though. And if I had it my way, I'd
still be there :-(

-stan Mar 22nd 2007 12:46 am

Re: Bonaire: Trip report and pictures
 
Been there many times. The windsurfing is adjacent to Sorobon, a clothing
optional resort. Wonder if that is why they set up their operation there? <G>

Best shore diving in the world in my estimation.

Stan




Mike <[email protected]> wrote:
>For anyone interested in Bonaire, especially windsurfing, I just posted aa
new trip report with a photo album on my personal web
site:owww.hammocktree.us/ms/trips.html4and select the first report (Bonaire
2007).oaMikene-- oPosted via a free Usenet account from
http://www.teranews.com

Mike Mar 22nd 2007 2:22 am

Re: Bonaire: Trip report and pictures
 
[email protected] wrote:
> Been there many times. The windsurfing is adjacent to Sorobon, a clothing
> optional resort. Wonder if that is why they set up their operation there? <G>
>
> Best shore diving in the world in my estimation.
>
> Stan
>
>
>
>
> Mike <[email protected]> wrote:
>> For anyone interested in Bonaire, especially windsurfing, I just posted aa
> new trip report with a photo album on my personal web
> site:owww.hammocktree.us/ms/trips.html4and select the first report (Bonaire
> 2007).oaMikene-- oPosted via a free Usenet account from
> http://www.teranews.com
>
>
>
You're absolutely correct about both the shore diving and the Sorobon
"naturist" resort. But as far as locating the windsurfing facilities
there for that reason... well.. let's just say that the people who
actually stay at such a resort (and are "visible") look nothing like the
people you might see in advertisements or TV shows.. :-)
It is a bit "disconcerting" when a couple come paddling a kayak out
across the windsurfing area....
We'll be returning to Bonaire ("naturist" and all) in April...

Mike


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