Bonaire is known for activities for the sports-minded; however there are sightseeing opportunities as well. The 'grand circle' goes from the south end saltworks through the capital Kralendijk (prounouced [ˈkraːlə(n)ˌdɛi̯k]) along the coast, through the national park to Rincon and then back on the inland route. Rincon is the usual stop for lunch and a 'must' tour and tasting at the Cadushy distillery which is a small local operation that makes a variety of liquors using local grains and cactus (also has bathrooms) The next stop is lunch. We've tried several places in Rincon including the most famous Rose's but the Posada Para Mira is our new favorite. It offers the traditional Bonaire cuisine consisting of different types of meat stews, funchi, vegetables and rice as well as hamburgers and fries AND is located on the top of a hill with breezes (and the resultant lack of flies) and views. We travel this loop sometime on every visit to the lsland.