Hotel Kura Hulanda Spa & Casino
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Ship's position : LAT - 12.36.57N LONG - 71.05.56W Ship's speed : 19.1 knots Wind speed : 3.1 knots (3.6mph) Temperature (midday) : 31c / 87.8f Temperature (late evening) : 25.5c / 77.9f Sunrise : 7.01am Sunset : 6.34pm Time : GMT -4 hours WILLEMSTAD, CURAÇAO, NETHERLANDS ANTILLES - Curaçao is an island in the southern Caribbean Sea ...
... and left behind cave drawings estimated to be 1,500 years old.There is also a self-guided trail through the woods with key features of Curacao to see and understand, like STAY AWAY from the manzanilla tree. The fruit is poisonous and so is the oil from the tree. So much so, you don't want to stand under it when it rains.
This is a great tour to start your vacation so that you better understand the island of Curacao.
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Today is a long port day. 8a-11p The good news is its only 80 degrees today, the bad news is 100% humidity, and it's NOT Raining!! omg its HOT!
Did the AM Discover Curacao Island tour. The tour included the Curacao Museum & Carrillion, The Hato Caves, and the Blue Curacao liqueur factory. Found out that they no longer export their curacao, so if you didn't buy it on the island, what you purchased is not actually Authentic Blue ...
We enjoyed this place it was very pretty, colourful and Dutch, the locals are multilingual and very much a cosmopolitan mix of colours and cultures. Again we walked off the ship and around the capital city, people watching and stocking up on supplies, as you all know we ...
... the search to source the parts which Ray needed to fix the sail-drive issue, much of which, by the way, had been caused by Moorings (the original charter company from which we had purchased the boat), and the idiot mechanic in St. Maarten who was meant to have fixed this problem once before. Moorings had not used the correct parts when they had serviced the sail-drives, which ultimately caused us problems in St. Maarten, and the mechanic in St. Maarten did not ...