Lagun Blou Resort
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- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... just can't get enough salt water, you can continue to dive day and night to your hearts content by utilizing the tanks at the condos. If you are going to shore dive, you have lots of options. Right below our room is a beautiful bay that you can walk down to with your gear and dive away. Or, at the dive shop, you can grab tanks and dive the reef right in front called "Alice in Wonderland", which the dive shop calls its "house reef". ...
Here we are in Willemstad, Curacao, a great little place. Curacao is an island country, with an autonomous government within the Kingdom of the Netherlands. It's about 38 miles off the coast of Venezuela, and is about 35 miles long by 5 miles wide. The major port of Willemstad, where we docked, is also the capital. And guess what? They have free wi-fi throughout the entire town. We were able to FaceTime nieces, nephews and grand-kids. ...
... watching the three couples who were NOT senior citizens, if you can believe that! Based on how we played as audience members, we would have won on stage! Oh well, maybe next cruise!
Ok… now today! It is November 27th… my birthday! We are in Curacau! What a perfect place for ME to be on MY day! We boarded a ferry-like boat to take us over to Cabanaa Beach. I will let the pictures speak for themselves because words can’t ...
... is the Papiamentu word for 'big sister' who is very respected in the family. Each Chichi is hand painted by several local women. Serena provides community support by creating and auctioning the sculptures. These activities help to empower vulnerable groups within the community or fund valuable initiatives like fundamental cancer research.
Came back and then headed to Willemstad. Went to Iguana ...
... s imitation.
The Hato caves were very interesting. LOTS of steps though. 49 up to the enterance, and many more once you're inside. The caves were used by escaped slaves, to hide from the plantation owners. Plenty of fresh water, but they still had to sneak out after dark to steal food to survive.. Had a snack of local fried pies while at the caves. Very good. Mom had Beef and cheese, I just had cheese. Local Gouda. Yummy stuff.