The indian tribes that called Bonaire their home left paintings around the island. The ones in the attached picture are found on the ocean (rough) side of the island. The Sorobon is the nudist beach. Out past the airport you will find oblisks which marked anchorages for ships picking up salt as cargo. Nearby to them are small buildings which are either for slaves or to store items. The mountains of salt are unusual sights. Salt farming is still thriving here.