Twenty-three year old Amy Bradley was last seen by her parents in her room on a cruise ship bound for Curacao.It was the morning of March 24, 1998, and Amy had been up most of the night dancing in the ship's disco.
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The oil refinery I saw on the way to my apartment rental in Curaçao was a harbinger of things to come.
The Caribbean conjures up images of white sand beaches, palm trees, coral reefs, and tropical drinks.
Curaçao is larger (171 square miles) and more densely populated than Aruba or Bonaire, and veers from the typical crystal-clear turquoise waters, rocky coves and green hills of the Caribbean to a dramatic landscape of volcanic rock, weather-beaten terrain and limestone cliffs.
There’s plenty to do, lots to see, and a plethora of small hotels and larger resorts from which to choose.But almost immediately after arriving, I was disappointed.What they don’t show in the brochures is the oil refinery on the edge of town. I was also disappointed by the lack of affordable and accessible public transportation. They were friendly, helpful, and great conversationalists.Its amenities include a top-notch spa, seven restaurants and bars, a championship golf course, two marinas, miles of hiking and bike trails with stunning vistas, a kids’ club, a tennis court, a white, sandy beach, three pools, and of course, diving, scuba, and water sports.Not mentioned on the official brochure: iguana feeding, which happens every day at noon, and a chocolate-making workshop with executive pastry chef Wouter Tjeertes, a dessert dynamo who will teach you to make everything from caramel sauce to chocolate bars laced with smoked sea salt to, yes, treats shaped like geckos.She returned to her room and then went out for a cigarette, never to return.