Wait! Weren’t we writing about our trip to Bonaire? Than what are these snowy mountains doing here all of a sudden?! Well, that’s where you’re wrong: This isn’t snow. Nor is it some huge meringue. These are the white salt crystal mountains in the southeast of Bonaire, where the Cargill company has a salt mine. We had to blink a few times when we first saw them. Don’t they look beautiful? To make them even more surreal the water surrounding these salty peaks is pink. We can’t imagine a more dreamlike landscape: turquoise seas and palm trees on your right and “snowy” mountains in pink water on your left. Make sure you don’t miss them, although that’s almost impossible when you drive towards the south of the island.