Curacao, the largest of five islands that make up the Netherlands Antilles, which include Bonaire, Saba, Saint Maarten and St. Eustatius, is a dry and hilly island completely surrounded with rich coral reefs – many within a stone’s throw of shore. Its coastline sparkles with beautiful sand beaches, secluded lagoons and snorkeling coves.
Willemstad, its capital, is delightfully Dutch, with open-air markets, narrow streets and rows of shops offering imports from all over the world. It is best known for its colorful Dutch-colonial architecture. According to legend, the first governor of Curacao suffered from migraine ... [read more]
Author: Miss Julie
Date:December 24th, 2006