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... to Wiki (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manchine el), the Carab Indians would use the sap to poison their arrows and would also tie their victim to the tree to assure a slow, painful death. It is supposed to be one of the most poisonous trees in the world! The long time dive shop staff had some interesting stories of tourists who did not pay heed to these signs.
It was another incredible morning of diving; even though the ...
... or Fox if you live in the bubble that Jon Stewart loves to joke about. In any event, I was surprised to find such an old and vibrant Jewish community here, one that apparently liked to imbibe – hence the Kosher Curacao liqueur. At least, that’s my story and I’m sticking to it.
After visiting the Synagogue, we walked about 15 minutes to what turned out to be an excellent restaurant, Kome, a very modern place ...
... the tour, wandered the Otrabanda, saw the Venezuelan floating market. Curacao is only 40 miles from Venezuela, so many people bring their fruits and veggies over here to sell. Walked across the pontoon bridge, that swings open to let ships through. Then caught a tuk-tuk back to the ship.
Between the humidity, the stairs at the caves, and the explorations of the floating market and old town we were 2 tired puppies.... time to call it a day.
... played dominoes. Their game was quiet fascinating, as it looked like there was a good bit of trash talking going on. Lisa enjoyed watching them, as it reminded us of the Mexican train games we have played with her dad. Across the bridge, we walked around town. There were lots of colorful stores, and even art in some of the ...
... was open letting out some rather big shipping.
We have not booked any trips at this stop but will spend the afternoon on deck at the swimming pools. Trust everyone is well.
All our love
Jill and Ivor
Mum and Dad
Grandma and Grandad X X X X X Hope you grandchildren are well and being ...
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