Headed from Aruba to Curacao as the sun set.
From Constellation - April/May 2011 - Eastern/Southern Caribbean
We pass a nice resort on our way out.
Our turn to leave.
Sheila enoying sail-a-way.
This has to be one of the prettiest sail-a-ways of any port we've been to.
There she goes.
Nice view of Statendam.
Statendam leaves first.
We have a great view over the bow.
Sheila stakes out a nice spot for sail-a-way in the Reflections Lounge.
A sailboat also heads in after a day on the water.
Nice fishing boat headed back to the marina.
Nice view out into the harbor as we prepare to leave for Curacao.
We're back on board the ship and looking back into town.
Iguana Joe's is in that complex.
Sheila checks out the market on the way back to the ship.
A closer look at Connie.
There is the Connie behind the Statedam.
We had a great view of the street from the bar.
We end up at Iguana Joes for a drink.
The Statedam arrived after we did.
Our tour is over and we have time to explore town before heading back to the ship.
Back in Oranjestad. There's Connie.
Time to go.
Sheila checks out the surf one last time before we leave.
Kite boarding and catamarans.
Sheila takes a quick nap.
Nice catamaran off the beach.
The beach was not overly crowded.
Sheila finds a spot to relax near some private homes.
The view of the lighthouse from the beach.
Sheila tries out the water at Arashi Beach.
We're headed to Arashi Beach next.
Kenny taking photos.
Posing for the camera.
A closer view.
The view backk towards Oranjestad from the lighthouse.
Sheila surveys the scene.
Next stop is the California Lighthouse.
Time to move on.
The Alto Vista Chapel. It was built in 1952 at the site of the first Catholic Church on the island which was built in 1750.
That's our next stop.
This is pretty desolate country.
Notice how the water shoots up when it hits the cliff.
We drive very near the shore in some spots.
We conitinue along the sandy flats of the coast. Here we meet another jeep tour headed in the other direction.
We drove by the ruins of the Bushiribana Gold Mill.