Posts Tagged: Ramon Yung

725. Curaçao Hospitality in a Nutshell

  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

725. Curaçao Hospitality in a Nutshell

  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

730. Curaçao’s Thanksgiving Parade

Our annual harvest festival, Seú, dates back to the 17th century when slaves would gather together in the kunuku (countryside) to pick the harvest at the end of growing season. A good harvest consisted of sorghum stalks, pumpkins, peanuts, watermelons, cucumbers, peppers, and other vegetables. Some

730. Curaçao’s Thanksgiving Parade

Our annual harvest festival, Seú, dates back to the 17th century when slaves would gather together in the kunuku (countryside) to pick the harvest at the end of growing season. A good harvest consisted of sorghum stalks, pumpkins, peanuts, watermelons, cucumbers, peppers, and other vegetables. Some