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I have only stayed at Black Durgon, in all of my trips to Bonaire. If you want noisy town-life, screaming kids, etc., this this ISN'T the place for you.
Al has 10 rooms at this small, quaint resort. He has an open air kitchen where...More
Al is a great person.He believes and lives the values.After bad exeperiences with some diving teachers in Gouadeloupe my husband, 63, and very demanding,end with Al as a teacher to finish his education in diving.After three days he came home happy as a teenager after...More
Glad to hear that Al is still holding the forte, so to speak. Most reviews have been spot-on, noting the excellent "snorkelling", but w/o detailing the excellent divesite, Small Wall, a scant 50m away: Shallow but spectacular, Small Wall makes for a fine first dive...More
We were in Black Durgon Inn in September 2016 for 13 days. We had room number 9 with mosquito nets in the door, two king size beds, air condition, 2 small and 2 big towels, small bathroom, US power plugs, but 127 V and 50...More
I grew up on Bonaire in the sixties. This unexpected 6-day trip to Bonaire was my first since 15 years. The Black Durgon Inn, and my lovel room with a view were just perfect for me. Al is a gracious host, who can put on...More