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Blaise

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About Blaise

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    Cool Cruiser

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    Tennessee
  • Interests
    cooking, reading, writing, gaming, cruising, beaches
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Royal Caribbean
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    St. Martin

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  1. I'd like to offer some information on an option in Bonaire that we took advantage of recently, since I don't see hardly any mention of this on CC. It is chartering the 44ft yacht, "Amoray," of "Bonaire from the Sea." (http://www.bonairefromthesea.org) They do half day, full day, and multi-day outings, and they are suprisingly affordable, particularly for what they include. The primary staff are the husband/wife team of Rich and Sue Willis. He's a an expert snorkel/scuba dive instructor, and she is a marine biologist and gourmet cook (and diver as well). We had a lovely day sailing, diving
  2. Stroll into the city and enjoy the night life. This is a great port for that. There are so many good restaurants, bars and cafes, and many spill out into the streets. Splurge a little and don't have dinner on the ship this night.
  3. I second the Courtyard. It was very affordable, a good beach, and the place was pretty nice. We didn't really experience much noise. Maybe it has to do with the prevailing winds and which direction they take off and land. We find staying in Old San Juan even more fun. The Sheraton is good, but expensive. We're trying two new boutique ones this time. Before the cruise: CasaBlanca Hotel, which is in a great location, and at the intersection of nice and affordable. After the cruise: Hotel El Convento, which is one of the best in the area, but we got it for a good price from a We
  4. For reference, Google map says it is 1.8 km (22 blocks) from the dock to the front entrance of El Morro (22 minutes). As noted, it has an incline in places. It is less than 500 meters to San Christobal (8 minutes). It is 1.3 km between the two forts (17 minutes). There are more cafes between the dock and these forts than between the two forts.
  5. I've been looking over restaurants in the area. Looks like "Triana Tapas & Flamenco" is something you should look at. Just a couple roads in and East from the docks, on Calle Recinto Sur.
  6. Looks like it says $25 to the Mambo Beach/aquarium area. Not possible to walk from the pier. Pretty obvious looking at google map.
  7. We found an affordable private yacht charter, but our plan B would have been renting a golf cart to tour the island or just getting a cab over to Lac Bay to hang out at the beach and bars.
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