MVC Eagle Beach
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... daughter awoke, we headed to Linda's Pancakes and Pizza in Noord. Maybe a 5 minute drive, if that. This place is highly recommended for breakfast and it was packed. Luckily, we arrived before the crowd. The service is at an island pace, but damn the food is yummy. Get a side of bacon with your pancakes or omelet. They are worth the calories. A pile of crispy fun. We checked out of The Boardwalk and parked over by the Radisson and then we were off to ...
... under the shade and stood there for a few mins and she still didn’t see us. So we walked around a little further and then she saw us.
“Finished?” she asked. “Yes” we replied glad that she was still there and we hadn’t paid her in advance.
Off we went again past lots of supermarkets - all owned by Chinese she said, and across the island past some expensive condos and houses which ...
Yes, we have Tonic Water ( and also a risky bottle of red wine which we are going to try to smuggle aboard ). Sitting in the local Burger King picking up our emails and sending my blog- we get to all of the best places on our travels. I had my Déjà Vu flash back when we landed at Aruba. The gareish pastel coloured duty free shops came back to me in a Candy Crush-esq nightmare. It's all pink and pale blue ...
Today being our last full day in Aruba we wanted to spend the day at the beach. Marco and Omar got up at 5:20 to make sure we got a good cabana for shade down at the beach. They got a nice 2nd row cabana and enjoyed watching the full moon setting over the Atlantic and star gazing.
We enjoyed granola for breakfast and then all headed down to the beach to enjoy sun, surf and sand. Marco got ...
... and sea creatures.
Much later in the day, we visited Mangel Halto. Mangel is not a beach. You go there for the snorkeling. Again, it was worth checking out despite the fact that we didn't get to see turtles. Reportedly, turtles frequent the area. We weren't lucky enough to see them at that time. Bummer! As a consolation, we hit Zeerover again for some oil-delicious fish fry.