People on Curacao generally speak more than one language; four languages to be exact: Dutch, English, Spanish and the local language Papiamentu.
Much like in California, "Spanglish" is a thing on Curacao too. Curacao natives often mix words from two different languages making it a new word. Mostly with Dutch and Papiamentu, for example the "zon kimeert" (which means the sun = zon, is burning hot = kima), but we do understand some Spanglish too as Spanish and English are languages we both master too. "Pero like", Estoy full", "El parking" "¿Estás ready?", "Ver un Show" are completely understandible so natives and Californians will have no problem communicating and mingling.
This shared language may even allow visitors from California to forge friendships with Curacao natives.