We traveled to the southern end of the island and stopped at the White Slave Huts. These tiny, picturesque
structures stood in perfect rows right along the beach. Nice digs if you didn’t mind being pressed into service building
salt pans and cultivating fields.
Bonaire was wonderful in that it allowed its historical sites to stand as a mute testimony to
its heritage - free for all to observe and reflect upon. At present, we found the islanders very friendly and most of the
inhabitants appeared to be living comfortably. There was no visible homelessness or poverty stricken areas. It was a very blissful
island to visit.