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When most people think of the Caribbean, they think of sandy white Bahamian beaches.
Every weekday, fishermen from the country dock their boats in a specially designated spot on the water in downtown Willemstad; boats pull in as early as 5 a.m., and almost immediately people begin to walk up to check out the wares.
Negotiations happen in multiple languages (mostly in Spanish, but English and Curaçao's native Papiamentu are also well-represented) and currencies (guilders, dollars, and bolivars).
The island of Curaçao is known for its gorgeous beaches.
But there's plenty more to do there than just catch rays, including new history-focused museums, a unique food culture, and a UNESCO-listed historic downtown.
Look for citrus fruits, avocados, honey, bananas, tuna, and mahi-mahi (usually called "dorado").Don't be surprised if you see a chef from your hotel here checking out the catch of the day to bring back to the kitchen.