Posts Tagged: Clifford Goilo

636. ‘P’ for Papiamentu and …

Here are some of 1000 Awesome Things about Curaçao‘s Facebook fans’ favorite Papiamentu words that start with the letter ‘P’: pèkèpèkè = sticky palu = wood, tree, pole, lumber palufriu (literally: cold stick) = posicle pishiporko (pron. peesheeporko, literally: ‘pig’s pee’) =

636. ‘P’ for Papiamentu and …

Here are some of 1000 Awesome Things about Curaçao‘s Facebook fans’ favorite Papiamentu words that start with the letter ‘P’: pèkèpèkè = sticky palu = wood, tree, pole, lumber palufriu (literally: cold stick) = posicle pishiporko (pron. peesheeporko, literally: ‘pig’s pee’) =

702. Saté ku Batata (“Krioyo Chinese” Satay and Potatoes)

Yu’i Kòrsou everywhere are salivating…   A match made in food heaven, Saté ku Batata tastes just like “Curaçao” and consists of batata burrusí (big ass fries) and 1 or 2 chunky satays drenched in AWESOME sòus. So, really, it’s: Saté ku Batata “ku Sòus“, but

702. Saté ku Batata (“Krioyo Chinese” Satay and Potatoes)

Yu’i Kòrsou everywhere are salivating…   A match made in food heaven, Saté ku Batata tastes just like “Curaçao” and consists of batata burrusí (big ass fries) and 1 or 2 chunky satays drenched in AWESOME sòus. So, really, it’s: Saté ku Batata “ku Sòus“, but

756. Papia Awesome Dictionary (Part 3)

Tòtèki = Gecko Lèbè lèbè = Squishy Cheeeeeee! = Eeeewwwww! Sambèchi = Pocket Knife Telép = Theelepel (Dutch) = Tea Spoon Kachipín = Rundown Djògòdjògò = Chicken Scratch Warawara = Bird of Prey Chonchorogai = Rufous-collared Sparrow Barbulète = Butterfly Changá = A

756. Papia Awesome Dictionary (Part 3)

Tòtèki = Gecko Lèbè lèbè = Squishy Cheeeeeee! = Eeeewwwww! Sambèchi = Pocket Knife Telép = Theelepel (Dutch) = Tea Spoon Kachipín = Rundown Djògòdjògò = Chicken Scratch Warawara = Bird of Prey Chonchorogai = Rufous-collared Sparrow Barbulète = Butterfly Changá = A

763. Romantic Playlist Krioyo

In the words of NYTimes “Curacao After Dark” author Baz Dreisinger, “Ritmo is very much Afro-Curaçaoan music, sometimes disturbingly derided as the music of the lower classes. As the band — three singers, two horn players, a drummer, a timbalero

763. Romantic Playlist Krioyo

In the words of NYTimes “Curacao After Dark” author Baz Dreisinger, “Ritmo is very much Afro-Curaçaoan music, sometimes disturbingly derided as the music of the lower classes. As the band — three singers, two horn players, a drummer, a timbalero

764. Romance Krioyo

Strop’i Kakalaka = Cockroach Syrup. If that doesn’t work on your Djègèdjègè, you can always try these. But your best bet is always: #954. Yummy homemade Arep’i Pampuna. And a bouquet of these: #773. Faya Lobi (Fiery Love) Then maybe — if

764. Romance Krioyo

Strop’i Kakalaka = Cockroach Syrup. If that doesn’t work on your Djègèdjègè, you can always try these. But your best bet is always: #954. Yummy homemade Arep’i Pampuna. And a bouquet of these: #773. Faya Lobi (Fiery Love) Then maybe — if

890. Papia Awesome Dictionary (Part 2)

Tronkón di dolo’i kabes = Major headache Pegasaya = Stick to skirt = Nettles Lòbchi = Love handles Dugudòns (pronounced: doogoodons) = Sweetheart Papurèshi = Ice cream cone Pitjiri (prounounced: peecheeree) = Cheap Késhi jonge kaas = Cheese un-aged (young) Dutch

890. Papia Awesome Dictionary (Part 2)

Tronkón di dolo’i kabes = Major headache Pegasaya = Stick to skirt = Nettles Lòbchi = Love handles Dugudòns (pronounced: doogoodons) = Sweetheart Papurèshi = Ice cream cone Pitjiri (prounounced: peecheeree) = Cheap Késhi jonge kaas = Cheese un-aged (young) Dutch

892. Djus di Tamarein (Tamarind Juice)

Tamarein (Tamarindus indica) is an import from South East Asia, originally from the Sahel. It now runs wild all over our island providing shade and satisfying sweet tooths with its sour-yet-sweet fruit (also a laxative!)   If you haven’t tried all-natural

892. Djus di Tamarein (Tamarind Juice)

Tamarein (Tamarindus indica) is an import from South East Asia, originally from the Sahel. It now runs wild all over our island providing shade and satisfying sweet tooths with its sour-yet-sweet fruit (also a laxative!)   If you haven’t tried all-natural