I have to admit that the whole reason we picked this particular cruise was for Curacao. The colorful buildings in the city looked wonderful. We walked around a little bit and also took a tour that included going to the Curacao distillery.

In some places a tour includes looking behind the scenes. Here, it was a set of four or five places where you could see examples of how the liqueur was made. That was a little disappointing. The bus ride also took us a bit more quickly through the streets of the city than I would have liked. If I went again, I’d want more time there to explore a bit more.

We spent a few hours on a beach which was quite nice. We actually got chairs included with this one and there was enough time to swim. Of all the tours this one was probably the best overall.

It was also cool enough that it didn’t feel oppressive the way it had in Aruba and to an extent even in Bonaire.

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