Posts Tagged: Carolina Gomes-Casseres

667. Curaçao’s ‘Super Boys’ of Summer

Curaçao’s National Champions ‘Pariba Baseball League’ had an incredible Summer of 2013. All of their five divisions (Minor, Little, Intermediate, Junior and Senior) participated in the Latin American regional playoffs — which includes the Caribbean region, Curaçao’s Pariba Minor and Junior

667. Curaçao’s ‘Super Boys’ of Summer

Curaçao’s National Champions ‘Pariba Baseball League’ had an incredible Summer of 2013. All of their five divisions (Minor, Little, Intermediate, Junior and Senior) participated in the Latin American regional playoffs — which includes the Caribbean region, Curaçao’s Pariba Minor and Junior

669. Nini’s Driftwood Art

Originally from Germany, Christine (“Nini”) Tsirikidis moved to Curaçao three years ago and became fascinated with driftwood found along Curaçao’s north shore. Washed onto shore by the wind and tide, driftwood (also known as marine debris or tidewrack) in all shapes and

669. Nini’s Driftwood Art

Originally from Germany, Christine (“Nini”) Tsirikidis moved to Curaçao three years ago and became fascinated with driftwood found along Curaçao’s north shore. Washed onto shore by the wind and tide, driftwood (also known as marine debris or tidewrack) in all shapes and

671. Curaçao’s heART

Born and raised in Curaçao, Valerie Parisius now travels the world discovering beautiful sights and interesting people. Along the way she keeps a diary of her drawings. Her work is so awesome that she was recently awarded the Top Talent

671. Curaçao’s heART

Born and raised in Curaçao, Valerie Parisius now travels the world discovering beautiful sights and interesting people. Along the way she keeps a diary of her drawings. Her work is so awesome that she was recently awarded the Top Talent

In Memoriam

Curaçao was struck by tragedy‬ on August 4, 2013. Our love and prayers go out to the families and friends of the three deceased: Kristen Naomi de Jesus Leyba (32), Monique Yvonne Francisca van Meerwijk (58) and Elton Marcus Montesant (67). Taken from us way too soon

In Memoriam

Curaçao was struck by tragedy‬ on August 4, 2013. Our love and prayers go out to the families and friends of the three deceased: Kristen Naomi de Jesus Leyba (32), Monique Yvonne Francisca van Meerwijk (58) and Elton Marcus Montesant (67). Taken from us way too soon

677. Curaçao’s Sephardic Sand Floor

A visit to Curaçao’s majestic Mikvé Israel-Emanuel (“The Hope of Israel”) should be on many bucket lists. Built in 1732 as a tropical replica of the Esnoga (Amsterdam’s oldest synagogue, 1670/71) congregants’ ancestry dates back to 1651 when the first Portuguese Sephardic Jews settled

677. Curaçao’s Sephardic Sand Floor

A visit to Curaçao’s majestic Mikvé Israel-Emanuel (“The Hope of Israel”) should be on many bucket lists. Built in 1732 as a tropical replica of the Esnoga (Amsterdam’s oldest synagogue, 1670/71) congregants’ ancestry dates back to 1651 when the first Portuguese Sephardic Jews settled

680. Curaçao’s Sindhi Community

“My grandfather, Boolchand Pessoomal Nandwani, was the pioneer of our business in Curaçao. We honor him by naming most of our stores Boolchand’s.”  – Ram Boolchand, leading Curaçao businessman and India’s Honorary Consul to the Dutch territories in the Caribbean. Ram Boolchand’s

680. Curaçao’s Sindhi Community

“My grandfather, Boolchand Pessoomal Nandwani, was the pioneer of our business in Curaçao. We honor him by naming most of our stores Boolchand’s.”  – Ram Boolchand, leading Curaçao businessman and India’s Honorary Consul to the Dutch territories in the Caribbean. Ram Boolchand’s

682. Bòmbòshi: One Word, Many Meanings

The first “Keep Calm and Carry On” appeared on a World War II-era British public safety poster, commissioned by the temporary Ministry of Information of England in 1939. The slogan was tucked away for many years then experienced a major

682. Bòmbòshi: One Word, Many Meanings

The first “Keep Calm and Carry On” appeared on a World War II-era British public safety poster, commissioned by the temporary Ministry of Information of England in 1939. The slogan was tucked away for many years then experienced a major