Just the Pictures (Bonaire) Fort Oranje (originally built in 1639 AD) in Kralendijk, Bonaire. Government office building in Kralendijk. Bottomed-out boat on the shore in Kralendijk. Closeup of the coral beach in Bonaire. Tree along the shoreline walk with many sandals hanging from its branches. A collection of license plates outside someone’s house in Kralendijk. Kralendijk and Fort Oranje seen from the cruise ship. Donkeys along the roadside in Bonaire. Limestone cliffs in Bonaire. Flamingos in Goto Meer. Closeup of a flamingo. The “mountainous” area on the north part of Bonaire. Rincon Village. Painted sign for the Kos Bon So restaurant in Rincon Village. Fence made of cacti (quite common in Bonaire). Recreation of historic huts used in Bonaire, located in Mangazina di Rei Culture Park. Melocactus (also known as the Turk’s cap cactus). Slave huts on the south end of Bonaire – used as shelters for the slaves working in the salt pans during the 19th-century AD. Inside one of the slave huts. Large mountains of salt outside the Cargill Salt Works. Closer view of the salt works. The MS Royal Princess in twilight, seen from Bonaire National Marine Park. The pier at Bonaire National Marine Park. Boarding the cruise ship late in the evening.