Playa Kenepa

My absolute favorite beach of Curaçao is without a doubt Kenepa Grandi. If you aren’t familiar with the name than I’m sure you’ve seen the pictures: a perfect turquoise coloured sea, a stoneless white beach, and various hills making this beach extra eyecandy. Read article >>

Why I love Klein Curaçao

Curaçao is like ice cream; why only have one scoop when you can have two!? So why stick to one island when there are (you guessed it) TWO! Klein Curaçao is a wonderful addition to the already gorgeous Curaçao. It is a small, uninhabited island on the south-east coast of Curaçao, so it’s very easy to reach by boat. Read article >>

Must-do’s in Orlando, Florida

It’s already been a while since I’ve been to the USA, but figured I still had to post about our short trip to Orlando. As I was already blown away by Miami’s awesomeness, I honestly didn’t think Orlando would be as cool. Needless to say, my expectations weren’t quite high and that caused me to be surprised to see Read article >>

No means yes, Boyfriend means no

So this is a subject that has been bothering me for SUCH a long time, I decided to speak out on it. As I think this subject is very recognizable to lots of girls, I wanted to openly share this thought. I’m also very curious about your thoughts about this so make sure to leave comments about your own opinion! Read more >>

The struggles of learning Papiamento

Pa·pia·men·tu
ˌpäpyəˈmento͞o/
noun
noun: Papiamento
  1. a Spanish Creole language with admixtures of Portuguese and Dutch, spoken on the Caribbean islands of Aruba, Bonaire, and Curaçao.

 

If you are from Curaçao than there has surely been a moment of annoyance when you hear a Dutch person, that’s been living on the island for quite some time, still doesn’t speak Papiamento. I’m with you. I think that if you decide to live in a certain place where they speak a certain language, you have to learn that language. Doesn’t matter if the locals speak your tongue or English, out of respect you go and integrate.

So what is this learning a new language thing like for us foreigners? Read More>>

Caribbean Summer Day

Yayy! You are reading my first outfit post ever!! I’m not a hardcore fashion girl at all, but I thought it would be cool to show some of my style on the blog. Note: I do not keep up with the latest fashion trends, I just wear what I love and mix&match with what’s in my closet.. So if I ever happen to wear something ridiculous feel free to point that out! (even though I will probably still wear it because I like it, ha) Continue reading “Caribbean Summer Day”

Heaven on earth

If you have ever wondered what heaven looks like, I’ve found your perfect spot! Sometimes we all look for a bit for quietness and peace to surround ourselves with. Even while living the island life, it’s nice to be able to get away. As work requires me to come up with a new hotspot on Curaçao every week, it’s not hard to come across the most beautiful and exotic places… Read article >>