Papiamentu, the language of Curaçao

Jul 8, 2010 by

Unlike many other creoles that are endangered and whose extinction is just a matter of time, Papiamentu, a Creole language spoken by some 200,000 people on the islands of Curaçao, Bonaire and Aruba, is thriving. The origins of...

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The Language of: DOMINICA

Apr 19, 2010 by

Dominica — not to be confused with the Dominican Republic — is the most rugged of the eastern Caribbean’s Windward Islands, boasting a breathtaking natural diversity: volcanic peaks, lush rain forests, dramatic...

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