There are a few species of iguana in Curaçao.
You can find some interesting formations on Curaçao.
Do you know why there is a picture of sushi on the trash bins in Curaçao?
Well, “sushi” in Papiamento (Papiamentu) language means “dirty” or “waste”. 🙂
Curaçao has three official languages: Dutch, Papiamentu and English.
Spanish is also widely spoken.
How do you like the number plates from Curaçao? 🙂
The blue color on the flag of Curaçao symbolises the sea and sky; yellow – sun, and two stars – Curaçao and Klein Curaçao islands.
Curaçao is an autonomous country within the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
Curaçao is one of the Caribbean Islands.
Welcome to Curaçao!
This month on my blog is going to be all about this island.
Let’s enjoy sunny days. 😉