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... more than the private island because the private beach had a lot more life, and it was obvious people were just doing their own thing and no one was really looking at each other , in short i absolutely loved it. So i went for my dive, excited to come back and just lay on this beach and do absolutely nothing. The dive was an interesting experience. I was on the boat with 2 other brazilians and one american guy and boy was the american guy quite pushy. it was ...
... and both were chatting to the other neighbouring table. My tea arrived within a few minutes but we sat and waited for what seemed like an eternity for the waiter to take our order. He took ours first then the couple who had been sitting down before us?
After almost 20 mins I got my fresh fruit and Doug got his cornflakes and then around 8.30 our eggs arrived. In the meantime the waiter from Thailand found out that we were Aussies and said he had ...
... to take a tour of the Everglades and that tour will take us on to the airport. I pack my blue jeans and jacket in the top of my suitcase - easy access as I'll change into them at the airport for our flights. If we weren't taking the tour we'd have to sit in one of the ship's public areas for hours waiting our turn to disembark and then we'd be at the airport about 5 hours before our flight.
Everything is packed and out so we go have a ...
... man wants to take your "portret". Spontaneity makes way for me-being-cute-ness.
Most of the bands that were accompanying the singers at the Monarch contest last night are present to provide the music. It looks as if the trucks that pull the trailers with the musicians are kept only for carnival; I have never seen them in the streets before. They are equipped with huge steel constructions to carry the sound boxes (you can hardly call them just loud-speakers, ...
... the coast and at one point almost dropped a water spout. We received no rain, but it poured just off shore. There was no lightning. The shower drifted west in the trade wind. It was a pretty sight.
The beach was not crowded today, which was pleasant. It is a public beach, but not as famous as the beaches near the big tourist area. If you come to Aruba don’t miss Baby Beach.
We drove back mid-afternoon. We stopped ...
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