A real 'Curaçao' weekend

Sometimes our weekends here are very boring. Enjoyable, but not much to talk about afterwards. Just relaxing, driving around, not doing much.
Last weekend though... Not boring at all.
We started with our (almost) daily swim at Daaibooi Beach. I remembered to bring my camera this time.



Then we went home to take a shower (and admire some flowers).


We usually go to Mambo beach on Friday evenings (told you, kind of boring) but this time we went to Blue Bay Happy Hour, to meet some friends and to meet some of their friends.
One of them was a dinosaur.


That was such a fun evening! We were invited to join them at the beach the next day. So on Saturday we packed our cooler (with beer for T. and water for me), grabbed some snacks and off we went. To Kas Abou Beach.


Can you guess where some of our new friends come from? Let me zoom in a bit on their floaties.


Yep, that's an American Eagle. The other one is a Trump floatie. We stayed the whole afternoon. Swimming, talking, snacking. Loved it.

On Sunday we went to a Food Festival, but next time we'll try it for dinner, not for lunch. It was really hot and not very populated.


The burrito we had (first time we tried one!) was very good though. And the hot dog we had a few hours later wasn't too bad either.



We drove around the island for a while and then we headed home, but on our way home, we remembered that Kokomo beach has a familystyle Happy Hour on Sundays, with a rock band playing. One of the things we really miss on this island is good music, so we decided to check it out.


The music was great, so we stayed until they stopped playing. And we got to watch a perfect sunset too.



Also, this happened. Found a shop that carried (some) knitting needles and cotton yarn.


So now I'm knitting myself some potholders, because I actually need them. But I guess I'd even knit something I don't need, just because I'm so happy to be knitting again.

How was your weekend?