Posts Tagged: Nicole Soliana

725. ‘Pinda pa Kaminda’ (Peanuts for the Road)

Most yu’i Kòrsou, particularly on the western side of the island, are avid peanut growers. Tradition has it that hosts would offer their guests handfuls of ‘pinda pa kaminda’ (peanuts for the road), so as to hold them over as they journey back to their

725. ‘Pinda pa Kaminda’ (Peanuts for the Road)

Most yu’i Kòrsou, particularly on the western side of the island, are avid peanut growers. Tradition has it that hosts would offer their guests handfuls of ‘pinda pa kaminda’ (peanuts for the road), so as to hold them over as they journey back to their

906. Kunuku House & Cactus Fence

Kas di Pal’i Maishi (Sorghum Stalk House), Kas di Yerba (House of Thatch) or Kas di Kunuku (Rural) House represents the indigenous dwelling that dotted our countryside in the old days. The rectangular plan of more or less 40 square

906. Kunuku House & Cactus Fence

Kas di Pal’i Maishi (Sorghum Stalk House), Kas di Yerba (House of Thatch) or Kas di Kunuku (Rural) House represents the indigenous dwelling that dotted our countryside in the old days. The rectangular plan of more or less 40 square

979. Totèki also known as Kaku

‘Totèki’ or ‘Kaku’, our colorfully creepy Curaçao Gecko, lives in scrubby trees and munches on mosquitoes. This male Totèki fans his bright yellow and-orange dewlap to court the ladies and ward off attackers. We say: bring on more Totèki! to munch on

979. Totèki also known as Kaku

‘Totèki’ or ‘Kaku’, our colorfully creepy Curaçao Gecko, lives in scrubby trees and munches on mosquitoes. This male Totèki fans his bright yellow and-orange dewlap to court the ladies and ward off attackers. We say: bring on more Totèki! to munch on