New guides update places to stay, eat December 12, 2001 Share 1 -- KRALENDIJK, Bonaire -- Two organizations in Bonaire developed guides featuring updated information on accommodations and restaurants. The Bonaire Hotel & Tourism Association (Bonhata) published its first guide to island accommodations. The 40-page, full-color brochure covers large hotels (more than 20 rooms) and small hotels. It features a pullout road map as well as information on diving, eco-adventure, parks and culture. Details on the properties also can be viewed at www.bonaireresorts.org. To request a copy of the printed brochure, call Bonhata at (011) 599 717-5134 or send an e-mail to email@example.com.To give clients an opportunity to seek out good places to eat before heading to the island, agents can direct them to a Web site dedicated to the culinary scene in Bonaire. The Bonaire Restaurant Association published an island-wide dining guide on the Web at www.bonairenet.com/diningguide. The guide features 41 restaurant entries and contains hours of operations, cuisine, if reservations are needed and what credit cards are accepted for each entry. A map detailing locations of the restaurants also is available on line.