Go Tell It on the Mountain, Part 4 - Brazil, Venezuela and the Caribbean: Mountain-Combing on the Looney Front
Trinidad & Tobago Saba Fernando de Noronha [Upcoming blog next Sunday: Fifth in the mountain series - Africa] Brazil Margarita
Here's to saving the Caribbean's crown jewel.
Random Sunsets Around the World - Part 2, South America and the Caribbean - Sinking Low on the Looney Front
Virgin Islands Aruba Tortola Kralendijk Lago Agrio Brazil Ecuador Bonaire Fernando de Noronha Curaçao St. Thomas ______________ By
Bonaire is a tiny 112 square mile island in the Leeward Antilles of the central Caribbean. It lies about 60 miles off the coast of Venezuela.
This article was completed and photos were contributed with assistance from PADI. Amanda Walkins is a PADI Diver and former
No need to biologically engineer Jurassic Park. Just put on magnifying glasses and go down to Iguana-dom, that realm where every scale, spine, spike, crest, dewlap and wart screams dinosaur.
One of Bonaire's most significant rules is that grazing fish, like parrotfish, which help keep the reef healthy and clean for corals, and other kinds of ocean life, are universally protected.
robanhk/Flicker Donkeys having been living in Bonaire -- an island close to Venezuela -- for hundreds of years. First brought
Turquoise blue water, picture perfect sunsets, Dutch Caribbean architecture, landscapes that vary from lush green hills to barren desserts, and not to forget some of the best dive sites in the world - Bonaire is a dream destination for nature lovers.
Rocky landing North-east coastline Aruba's interior Time for the flight back to New York. At Queen Beatrix International