Today we’re leaving Curaçao.
I hope you liked my pictures, at leats some of them;
I don’t expect anyone likes photos of sad, dirty beaches.
Curaçao is a nice island.
Go there is you have a chance.
And definitely you should go there if you live in the Netherlands! 🙂
Seeing lizards in Curaçao is nothing special.
But they are still cute. 🙂
If you’re lucky, you may also spot some dolphins around Curaçao.
Probably each tropical island has its dark side…
One side of Klein Curaçao looks like a paradise,
but the other side – looks like that…
so sad 🙁
White sand, corals, water and blue sky – sometimes that’s all you need. 😉
Klein Curaçao is almost a paradise, uninhabited island.
Klein Curaçao is located about 15 miles (nautical miles) from Curaçao.
Little Curaçao is an English name of the island, but even in English, this tiny islands is often called Klein Curaçao.
Klein Curaçao is its official name.
The country of Curaçao consists of islands Curaçao and Little Curaçao.
Roman Catholic is the most common religion in Curaçao (about 70%).
And one more picture showing colorful streets of Willemstad.
Of course, some of my pictures show rich and others poorer areas of the city. Still, all of them are very colorful and have its own charm.
Other colorful streets of Willemstad.
p.s. I’m not sure were those houses on renovation when I was visiting Curaçao years ago; maybe now everything look completely different?
In my memory, entire Willemstad is full of colours.
Willemstad has characteristic colorful buildings,
and even some streets are so nice.
This long pontoon bridge is something really unique in Willemstad.
I took plenty pictures of this bridge, when it’s open, close, with clouds, during sunsets, etc. 🙂
Willemstad is the capital of Curaçao.
A bus from Curaçao brings a message. 😉
When I was in Curaçao, cruise ships were visiting the island from time to time.
You could see it immediately, because suddenly the calm places were becoming busy and noisy.
Aruba, Bonaire and Curaçao are known as ABC islands
(what makes it easier to remember their names 😉 ).
I remember looking at the sea and seeing my “first” crab in Curaçao.
It was something like that:
Oh, another one.
Wait, crabs are everywhere! Wow! 🙂