Papiamentu is a creole language that was born during the slave trade era on the Caribbean islands of Aruba, Bonaire and Curaçao. The slaves used the languages of their different European colonizers such as Spanish, Dutch, English or Portuguese and created a new hybrid form of communication. It first started as a pidgin, and over the centuries it has evolved into a more complex creole language, becoming the native language of the islanders. But Bonarians are also well known for being multilingual, they can easily switch between four languages. Today, Papiamentu is thriving in new ways as new-coming immigrants are starting to learn the creole language. In this documentary we will travel to the furthermost part of The Netherlands to discover the stories behind new speakers of Papiamentu on the island of Bonaire, and how they navigate this multicultural and multilingual environment.