It is simply a great place to be
Sometimes when you go on vacation with your family and don’t know what to expect the experience can capture your heart. This what happend to Richard Baker and his family. Watch the video to see the full story.
“My name is Richard Baker and I came to Curacao with my Baker Family, my wife and children.
We came here because we wanted an experience as far as the vacation was concerned.
And we came to the island of Curacao through our friends that we know, that are now our family.
They were able to show us everything that we need to know about the island. Actually how the island arrived, what it meant, what the word stands for.
We actually had a true experience in coming to Curacao for our vacation. Such a vacation that we would tell every and anybody about this island and that they should come and explore exactly what we explored, because we can’t put this into words.
It is simply a great place to be.”
This is the story of Richard Baker and his family coming to Curacao for the first time. They went on the boat to Klein Curacao, did the tour with the ATV to the Eastside and went underwater on a scooter. They saw what the island has to offer and wanted others to feel the same way as they did. What better way to do the first interview with the Keycaribe Magazine and show everyone what they did on there first vacation on Curacao.
“It is truly something that you can say is truly something that is part of your heart.”
Beautiful white sandy beaches, turquoise waters, rough terrain and caves…Curacao has something for everyone.
Many thanks to:
Name: Richard Baker
Function: Account manager Realpage
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