We’re just hanging out by the pool until our cab comes to drive us to Beatrix Reina Airport. TO CURACAO!

We’re hanging out at the beach until we have to head back to the hotel and pick up our bags and call for a cab. Aruba was fun, but I think Curacao will be better…

Posing on the stairs outside the hotel.

The “I heart Aruba”-sign in Noord.

A very pimped bible.

A cute puppy that belonged to David at the Skydiving center.

We had a long stroll in Oranjestad and the most beautiful part was just by the pier where there were beautiful fish to be seen when looking down the pier and herds of iguana by the rocky cliffsides.

Some more pictures from Oranjestad. Everything looks like Disneyland because the houses are colorful and filled with imaginititve lines. The houses are like model houses that they decided to make real.

Eagle beach was just a bus ride away and it was a more breathtaking and secluded beach than the one near our place at Palm Beach. It was incredibly windy so we would be standing on the ocean bottom one second and gulp five litres of water the next.

There was this nice Argentine grill place that offered a 16 oz tenderloin so we kind of had to eat there after swimming all day at Eagle beach.

Bon nochi! We (me, Agnes, Andris) had a very nice time at the beach tonight. We saw conga lines and ate delicious seafood accompanied by beautiful live music. The performances where all arubanised versions of pop songs… trés interesànt.

Hello, so far it’s been very nice. This place is sickeningly photogenic so I’ll probably give you more pics in the coming days. The humid air is so kind to my skin and swimming in the Carribean feels incredibly freeing.