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Travel Blogs from Curaçao
... 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 ...
... and took my first look at Curacao. Hmm, not as instantly pretty as Aruba - too many big chimneys on the horizon, one with a big orange flame, must be an oil refinery. However it is still part of the Dutch Antilles and has the same overall colonial feel ...
... rooms closer to the ocean than us. The bed was big, the bath and shower were very nice. I put away my laptop for the 4 nights and 3 days here to enjoy my time with her despite having my home football team having a big playoff game.
Here is a breakdown of the things I did in Curacao and leading up to my wedding.
It was not such a pleasant day today. It was very cloudy and a bit rainy. We expected so much more and ...
... style is somewhat interesting, the driver told me, 'don't worry my eyes look good' (interepreted that as he sees well in the dark which he probably didn't beause he thought he was driving badly), but after India and Nepal it takes a bit more to scare me on the road ;-)
Spent the time on Curacao relaxed, some city sightseeing, some hiking, some swimming in the sea etc.
Other places to stay in Curaçao
Plaza Pair, Willemstad | 3 star hotelfrom $100
Bapor Kibra, Willemstad | 3 star hotelfrom $155
- Suited us - ejoyed the holiday
- Lion'sDive-not ready for prime time
- Not Geared To American Tourists
Langestraat 8 (Otrobanda), Willemstad | 4 star hotelfrom $138
- Kura Hulanda is the best hotel ever!
- 18th Century Chrarm and Then Some
Brionplein z/n, Willemstad | 2 star hotelfrom $88
Piscadera Bay, Willemstad | 4 star hotelfrom $110
- Beautiful, serene island retreat
- Don't waste your money
Playa Kalki 1 Westpunt, Curaçao | 4 star hotelfrom $149
- Beautiful resort
- Beautiful but lots of problems
Groot Davelaarweg 5, Willemstad | 2 star hotelfrom $109
Pater Euwensweg 31, Willemstad | 3 star hotelfrom $93
World Trade Center Piscadera Bay z/n, Willemstad | 3 star hotelfrom $114
Breedestraat , Willemstad | 3 star hotelfrom $108
Columbsstraat 7, Willemstad | 2 star hotelfrom $83
Lagun Beach, Curaçao | Hotelfrom $86
Weg naar Santha Catharina, Curaçao | 2 star hotelfrom $115
F. D. Rooseveltweg 524, Willemstad | Hotelfrom $118
Pietermaai 104, Willemstad | 3 star hotelfrom $141
A. de Veerstraat 12, Willemstad | 3 star hotelfrom $93