Carl's Unique Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... that mixes African languages with the predominant European language of the particular island. More than any other force, African slavery has shaped these islands. Curacao was a transit point for slaves brought from Africa who were then sold off to plantations in South America and other Caribbean islands. Until the Europeans began abolishing slavery in the early 19th Century, slaves harvested the sugar cane that drove ...
... digit minutes at a time, we finally arrived at Orient Bay.
We mulled around the beach for about 10 minutes, and then headed to Marigot. We stayed at Marigot for about 1/2 hour. Checked out some of the local market. Then it was time to head for the airport.
We arrived at the airport around 12:30. Everyone we talked to told us we wanted to be there a minimum of 3 hours before the flight. As is with much I am finding out on ...
... trees shrubs and flowers needed by the butterflies. His crusade is to increase the world-wide butterfly population by convincing everyone who comes to his butterfly farm to grow plants needed by butterflies in their home areas. He told us we could find out the proper plants for our home area, wherever that might be, at his web site www.thebutterflyfarm.com. At the butterfly farm they provide the proper conditions ...
... or you can't wear it!
I got too hot again and had to go back to the ship. Don and I walked back, so there was our exercise for the day. We thought we would try our the adult only quiet area but everything was taken or in the sun. :(
Although we didn't visit the entire city, Philipsburg was fantastic. A quaint little beach-town nestled between gorgeous green mountains. The sand was white and the water was crystal clear. When we stepped off the boat, there were some nice little duty-free shops, but we just headed straight for the beach. Almost instantly I noticed birds, flowers, and trees I had never seen before. It didn't take but a 20-25 minute walk to see the beach.
This beach, where we ...