Posts Tagged: Ryan De Jongh

601. Hang Out with 3 Awesome Curaçao Locals

Matador Network‘s Joshua Johnson visited Curaçao recently. Instead of writing cookie cutter travel blog fare about the things he did, saw and ate he decided to spotlight three awesome Curaçao locals who made his trip particularly memorable. (Awesome job, Josh!) How

601. Hang Out with 3 Awesome Curaçao Locals

Matador Network‘s Joshua Johnson visited Curaçao recently. Instead of writing cookie cutter travel blog fare about the things he did, saw and ate he decided to spotlight three awesome Curaçao locals who made his trip particularly memorable. (Awesome job, Josh!) How

615. Ryan De Jongh: ‘Challenges are a Celebration, my Gift to Curaçao’

Ryan de Jongh (42) is Curaçao’s male version of Diana Nyad, the world record-breaking woman who famously swam from Cuba to Florida (110 miles) earlier this year. Ryan will be kayaking around Curaçao (99 miles) for the second time on

615. Ryan De Jongh: ‘Challenges are a Celebration, my Gift to Curaçao’

Ryan de Jongh (42) is Curaçao’s male version of Diana Nyad, the world record-breaking woman who famously swam from Cuba to Florida (110 miles) earlier this year. Ryan will be kayaking around Curaçao (99 miles) for the second time on

619. Curaçao’s Awesome Mangrove Project

Little known fact: Curaçao’s numerous inland bays are structural components of its extraordinary coral reef ecosystem. (#2 on Google’s Virtual Underwater Map!) These inland bays are home to mangroves and seagrass beds, nurseries for many Curaçaoan reef fish as well as nesting

619. Curaçao’s Awesome Mangrove Project

Little known fact: Curaçao’s numerous inland bays are structural components of its extraordinary coral reef ecosystem. (#2 on Google’s Virtual Underwater Map!) These inland bays are home to mangroves and seagrass beds, nurseries for many Curaçaoan reef fish as well as nesting