La Maya Beach Luxury Apartments
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- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Finally the time had come. Internship was successfully rounded off and an evaluation had been completed. Flew early morning to Curaçao, and landed around 10am. The flight was good, sitting next to a window I could clearly see the landscapes of Venezuela; mountains, coastlines, and even clear skies ensured to even be able to see the beginning of Caribbean waters.
Having arrived in Curaçao the hostess was sorry to announce that our studio was rented out to another couple, and ...
... discrimination. Guide says they Eat iguana soup, stew and BBQ. Tastes like chicken. Guide Wendell swims w/ a great white shark once a year at the Seaquarium. There is Plexiglass in between the person and the shark. Of course they video you and sell you the DVD video. Our trivia team tied for 1st! Questions were hard today. Island of Bonaire ...
... until we got further down and I got a little confused because the floating bridge that was supposed to be there just wasn't.... hmmm I'm sure I saw it there on Google Earth!! After a few minutes as more and more people gathered we realised that pontoon was actually the bridge.... It had opened up to let a US Coastguard boat through, well now I know it opens!!! This bridge is called the Queen Emma and the vehicle bridge is the Queen Juliana, lots ...
... in the night), and we've found our hotel. Phew! Now we have 15mins to shower and walk back past the above excitement to get to our planned meeting spot. Dinner (and drinks, and dessert - thanks Julle) at '(something) del Mar' was delicious and just what we needed as it was our last meal with anybody we know for a long time. We relaxed for a few hours at dinner and enjoyed the views of everybody selecting their ...
... to Hato Caves.
Along the route we enjoyed looking at the 18th century Dutch and Colonial architecture of the pretty little pastel-hued buildings and shops. The atmosphere seemed very laid-back.
We arrived at the caves and had to climb a series of very steep steps to get to the entrance. Inside it was blessedly dark and cool and had a characteristic damp, musty atmosphere. As it is a limestone cave, there were quite ...