Aruba Blue Village Suites
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
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Hanging on for dear life to the handrail, down we shuffled one step at a time on the uneven steps and eventually got to the base without any mishap. More Princess passengers arrived as we exited the park like grounds … I wonder what they will make of the stairs or if they find the back stairs.
We waited by the car – Cathy was sitting at the bar nattering away to someone. We walked over to ...
The Parade in Noord is the only activity of size outside the Oranjestad and San Nicolas areas. Noord has not large population but is steadily growing, being in the vicinity of the high rise hotels and the new night life centres. It is much more relaxed, although it is ******* some groups who will also walk the Children's Parade of Oranjestad tomorrow. It ...
... wonder the female participants manage do put on a great show. Dancing Queen definitely is the best in dancing, but her song also has that extra to get jumpy, even when you’re not a dancer. "This is my wind, show me a fast wind, show me a slow wind, show me a wild wind"; you can already see the sidewalks full of turning pelvises…
Destination: Southern Caribbean (pronounced Krib-e-in)
Transportation: Cruise liner / floating retirement village
Number of ports visited: 8 over 14 days
Welcome in many of the native tounges: Bon Bini or Hi Mon
Random ship statistics - each day: 14,000 bottles of water sold, 15,000 plated meals served (excluding buffet), 60,000 sugar sachets used
Mum, Dad, Dave and I boarded the new sparkly Celebrity cruise liner where we were warmly greeted with a glass ...
... area, which has large areas that clearly have not been kept up for a while. They’re also putting in a trolley system which apparently is going to be free to use.
After walking around for a while we found a local tour guide named Paul who drove us around much of the northwestern portion of the island. The first stop we made was at the Ayo and Casibari rock formations. There are a number of large ...