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March 28, 2017


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We were there the week of Feb 19. Not a stinkin' smidgeon of wind all week . . . nuttin, nada, zip. If I wasn't in the ABK camp, I would have gone crazy. Jeannie was not in the ABK, and did go crazy (and of course that made me partially crazy - at least I'm claiming that over genetics.)

Great trip report. Nice to hear that as experienced a sailor as you are, you still have a ball on Bonaire. My wife and I got engaged there 23 years ago during our first and only visit. She's a non-sailor but showed some spirit in giving it a try.

Do they still have the bar with the harness lines? Love it--hook in, lean back and drink deep!

Marc, the bar is still there but the harness lines have long since pulled out. The stools are excellent however.

Glad you found La Cantina. Mezze is not to miss for dining next year.

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