Sun Reef Village

Address: Redewag 30, Curaçao | Ranch
 
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This ranch, located on Redewag 30, Curaçao, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Curaçao

    The show that never ends

    A travel blog entry by extendedranger on Jul 30, 2015

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... the end of Saba, and have been popping Sudafed like candy to make some of the dives, so I am not distressed to be taking a break today.

    07/30- We kept seeing signs posted around a certain fruit bearing tree on the island warning people not to eat the fruit. It is called the Manchineel Tree. We were warned not to even stand underneath the tree when it is raining, because the sap mixed with the rainwater causes blisters on the ...

    Free wi-fi. Wow!!

    A travel blog entry by harleyjah on Jan 20, 2015

    1 comment, 27 photos

    ... allegedly orchestrated by Iran. The Argentinian prosecutor who was about to bring an allegedly damning report to the Congress was found Sunday with a gunshot wound to the head. Officials say he committed suicide. Did I mention that I believe in Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny? The story was published on ship today in the Times Digest, one of several news digests Crystal provides to those who want keep current. You can also watch ...

    You Can Almost see Venezuela from here....

    A travel blog entry by tutuwahinelv on Apr 25, 2013

    7 photos

    ... 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.
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    Our day in Curacao

    A travel blog entry by cspracer on Apr 10, 2013

    19 photos

    ... bridge that has to open for boats and ships to pass through. In the background you can see the Queen Juliana bridge, the highest in the Caribbean. We did not get to go across it, but did cross the Queen Emma Pontoon Bridge. Before we crossed it, there was an area of street vendors, and some street musicians. Behind them, taxi ...

    Curacao – 19 January 2013

    A travel blog entry by jilliancarr on Jan 19, 2013

    5 comments, 15 photos

    Curacao – 19 January 2013
    Well we have arrived at our last port in the Caribbean and my is it hot – 86o . We have walked round the town and across a swing bridge to the main part. It is an exceedingly pretty area but after walking round the shops, we came back via the free ferry which was in use as the ...