This is my last post, other than maybe the flowers, from our recent trip to Bonaire.
On one of our last nights, we ventured into Kralendijk one more time for a delicious dinner. This time we went to a Peruvian Steakhouse called The Tasty Bar.
So far, other than restaurants, we have never been to Peru, but with so many other countries, it is definitely on our one-day list. Rather than shrining down our list, it only seems to keep growing instead, and that is perfectly OK by me. 🙂 I know by the food alone, we are going to thoroughly enjoy Peru when we do make it there, but so far, Bonaire, and the Dutch Antilles are the closest we have ever come to South America. We are not far, only less than 50 miles off the coast of Venezuela, but we haven’t made it there yet.
We had just completed our last dive and our last night dive of this trip, and we were all tired and hungry. It takes a lot out of you when you do 26 dives, or more in Nancy’s case, in one week. We needed to just sit down and relax and enjoy the evening. And enjoy it we did too. The food was so good.
We ordered another batch of fresh ceviche and a seafood soup to start off with. Both were excellent, and just loaded with fresh seafood. All the shrimp, mussels and scallops are hidden in the soup.
Nancy was done with seafood and ordered a steak. She said it was really good, but she said her potatoes were even better.
Larry and I were still in a seafood frame of mind, so we ordered and shared the Arroz de Mariscos, or seafood and rice. This was very good too.
With very full tummies, and lots and lots of diving done, we were winding down our trip. Sad to say, the vacation was quickly coming to an end, and it was soon time to go home, back to reality.
This concludes my series on our Bonairian adventures. I hope you have enjoyed it as much I enjoyed sharing it with you. There are always more adventures ahead, you just have to make everyday an adventure and seize the day. Carpe diem.
Stay well and stay safe Everyone. ‘Til next time.