MVC Eagle Beach
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... a shower since we had about a layer of dirt on our bodies and in our hair, and went to the market place of the renaissance it self. We chose the first place that we came across - "Cilo" , and we were both attracted to the man who was singing with his guitar. Had a really good dinner there - Crystal had satay chicken and i had shrimp, we followed that meal up with an incredible array of dessert choices that included fried cheese cake, apple pie and brownie. Both ...
... yummy yummy. Thank you Tante Glenda!
We stayed at the Divi Tamarijn All-Inclusive resort (http://www.tamarijnaruba.com/). The resort, as always, was great; I only have positive comments about this place. Yes, one of our two rooms did reek of cigarette smoke, but the housekeeping department was quick and cooperative to resolve the situation for us. We all had ...
... It is hard to believe no painting or staining is involved as the pieces are very colorful.
Naturally while on shore we also sampled the local beer - Balashi. Pokey and Gumby enjoyed hanging out with us. As we were sitting in the cafe (don't miss the photo below of the sign in this bar), Rosanna and Reto from Switzerland went by. We called to them and they joined us. The four of us made plans to meet at their cabin at 1:00 for lunch tomorrow.
... he placed his wedding ring in the sand FAR from the water. However, a rogue wave came up and hit the exact spot he put his ring! Instantly it disappeared. He dug and dug but no luck. Fortunately there was a very nice man with a professional grade metal detector who was able to locate the ring. It was a good lesson for Omar :-).
Omar made PB&J sandwiches for the boys for lunch and prepared red beans and rice leftovers ...
Aruba, well it is very hot, took a lovely shot of sunrise also lots of ships here including the one that followed us into port. Aruba looks lovely, rather large shopping mall with all the usual designer shops, little market stalls near to the port. Due to the large amount of ships in port today we are positioned furthest from the port entrance. A shuttle bus has been provided for those who have trouble walking. We are now headed off to De Palm Island, sun, sea, ...