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Shete Boka National Park Experience

Most of you know me, I’m not one for nature! One of my favorite phrases is, “I don’t outdoors”. But I do LOVE water, all water, fish tanks, oceans, seas, rivers, shoot – I even love baths. So, when I’m “trapped” on a beautiful Caribbean island with a National Park, I will give it a

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Beach Adventures at Playa Santa Cruz

Maybe this is a lesser known beach in Curaçao, as it doesn’t seem to pop up on many travel sites, but it quickly became a top five for me and the family. Rhys made it number 1! Logistics It’s FREE! Seriously FREE! There is ample free parking, free entry, and free picnic tables with palapas.

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Carnival – Curaçao 2020

On February 24, 2020, my family experienced it’s first and definitely not last Carnival! Or at least the parade part, not the party all night part – we’re old and enjoy sleep. My biggest fear were crowds, parking, and getting lost. Friends of ours helped get us to the beginning of the parade and we

Hato Caves and Lunch in Otrabanda

Logistics The Hato Caves are near the airport and on the same road. You can see the sign on the right coming from the airport. There is free parking at the caves. Once there, you can buy your tickets ($9) and have a snack at the restaurant. I personally enjoyed the trail of cacti leading

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Valentine’s Day Gifts For Travelers

I am not the “flowers and card” kind of girl when it comes to Valentine’s Day. I usually ask for chocolate and some peace and quiet. But as we all know, I’m obsessed with travel, so here’s my new wish list: Travel Keychains I haven’t had a keychain in a while, but it sure would

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Curacao Liqueur Distillery Tour

It’s funny how, when I told people we were moving to Curaçao, very few people knew where that was, but almost everyone knows about Blue Curaçao Liqueur. After we settled in, I found out the distillery is quite close to our house and we decided to do a guided tour. Logistics The distillery is at

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Touring Mikve Israel Emanuel Synagogue in Curaçao

When I first visited Curaçao in February 2019, I learned that the oldest synagogue in the Western Hemisphere was here. Now that I’m a resident, I have realized that there is a rich history on the island that I knew little about, so I had to learn more! The Brief History For those who are

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Family Day at the Curaçao Sea Aquarium

We have been saving our visit to the Sea Aquarium for my Mom’s visit, so we went the first day of her holiday here. We’re so glad we did! Logistics As you get closer to the aquarium, there are a lot of signs to point you in the right direction, which was great news for

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Beach Day at Playa Porto Mari

We chose this beach because of the promise of white sandy beaches, snack shops, easy accessibility, and large pigs! Yup – pigs. Playa Porto Mari is in the heart of Williwood (complete with a Hollywood lookalike sign on a small hill). The area has a rich history – it was instrumental in defending the island

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