I’m back in rainy Holland, bluh. I’d rather be back in Curacao (who doesn’t?;-)). So if you read part #1 of my Curacao diary, we can now go to part #2!
The first three nights we stayed at the Hilton hotel, because the vila where my family lived had no room left. So when a part of the family left, we were able to get a room. We just chilled a little bit and after that we went out for dinner at Jan Thiel beach.
We went to Porto Marie beach with my uncle, aunt and my little nieces. This was probably the nicest beach i’ve seen on Curacao. We rented a beach bed for like 2,50 euro and stayed there the whole day. did some snorkeling, reading, and watched the sunset at the end of the day. If you ever go to Curacao, definitely go to Porto Marie!Pietermaai District
The next day we went to Pietermaai District in Willemstad for a walk. The good thing about Curacao is that it is always windy, so it wasn’t too hot for a walk. There are a lot of colorful houses there, great for taking some pictures;-). We went to Ginger for dinner, also in Pietermaai. I really really recommend this place, the food was so good, and so was the ambiance.
We spent our last day on Blue Bay beach. It’s a little more crowded than Porto Marie, but also a beautiful beach as well. Blue Bay is a golf resort and Blue Bay beach is a part of the resort. So if you are not a guest you have to pay for the beach. I think it was around 10 euro’s per person. Not the cheapest beach, but it was totally worth it! We really had a great day. Because it was our last day, we didn’t make that much pics, but if you google it, you’ll know why we enjoyed our day there!:-)
I hope you enjoyed my travel diary! X