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Maybe you’re right just thought they may want to know there are other ways to go.Has nothing to do with needing crutches, you're insulting people who simply have different preferences than you. A resort where I can stroll to the boat or jump off the dock is way more relaxing to me than dragging my crap all over the island, and well worth it to me. If that's not what you prefer, it's great you have that choice there, and I won't insult you for making it.
And, I tried to answer the OPs actual question, not tell them what they want is lame. We generally avoid AI or resort dining most of the time, preferring to explore places and check out the local restaurant scene - but I wouldn't tell someone they're wrong if they like something different.
Some of us who prefer boat diving know there are other ways, we have sometimes even vacationed ‘your‘ way. Citing ‘crutches’ was intentionally insulting. Own it.Maybe you’re right just thought they may want to know there are other ways to go.
Hello, we are headed to Curaçao at the end of the month (9/25-10/3). It will be our first time to the island. We’re staying at Coral Estates and only planning on shore diving. Have rented a vehicle and thinking unlimited diving package from Coral Divers makes the most sense. Any tips/insights about Coral Estates and Coral Divers?We have been to Curacao 4 times . 3 Times at Coral Estates and rented a house (3 couples) but they also have condos to rent, 3 restaurants, spa, pool etc. Dive shop is all shore dives there.