Missing the beach? How about some beach-themed libations to tide you over until the pandemic restrictions are lifted. Blue Curacao is an orange-flavored liqueur that is aptly named after the pristine blue waters of Curacao. Any drink with Blue Curacao will take your mind to sunny days spent on or near the water.
Curacao Baseball week 2020 is just around the corner. Are you ready?
Although it is a community event, the real winners of Curacao Baseball Week are the island kids. The purpose of the event is to expose the local kids to baseball as both a sport and a profession. This year it runs from January 3-8 and the activities are as exciting as ever! Sign your kids up for a clinic or join a tournament and hobnob with baseball legends. However you choose to participate, you are sure to have fun.
One of the most fascinating aspects of visiting the Caribbean is the variety of cultures that interwoven throughout the islands. Many of the islands feature one main culture, but some, such as Curacao, have a mixture of two or more. When choosing which island to at which to vacation, it might be helpful to consider which cultures you’d enjoy exploring. Curacao is a unique blend of both Caribbean and European cultures, and we’re going to share with you the easiest ways to explore both cultures during your visit.
Summer vacation was designed with trips to the Caribbean in mind. Now we can’t verify that that’s true, but we can say with absolute certainty that jetting off to the Caribbean during summertime is an incredible experience. Out of all the Caribbean islands, few come close to offering the perfect blend of adventure, culture, and relaxation the way Curacao does.
Over the course of a single day spent in Curacao, one might hear Portuguese, eat Iguana stew, and munch on a stroopwafel while gazing upon colorful Dutch Colonial architecture. Also, in that very same day, one could visit the Caribbean’s oldest synagogue.