Travel Blogs from Oranjestad
... was a nice reward after the long walk. Next, we geared up to go back to the beach to find some comfy lounge chairs under the shade of a palapa. It was a completely relaxing day by the water and we lazed about like cats for several hours. Finally, we got motivated to clean up, taxi into the Oranjestad area and explore. There wasn't much going on. We poked our heads into the market booths that sell chintzy souvenirs to tourists fresh off the ...
... suffering for the past few days with a toothache. This has got progressively worse. I suggested it sounded like an abscess and that we should seek a visit to the ships doctor.
The last time I had seen the inside of a ships surgery was when I was in Portsmouth visiting Nelson’s flagship, the HMS Victory. Gone are the days of rusty saws and blunt scalpels. This was a state of the art waiting room with reception area and even a fully equipped operating theatre. A ...
... The newspaper followed through the small opening and he actually started cleaning his windscreen with circular hand motions. And this did not go down well with European passengers! This time the looks were more desperate than furtive!
As you might imagine, no air hostess so I was wondering how they were going to do the usual spiel on air safety, something we all see, and ignore. The Captain turned round looking through the opening between the cockpit and ...
... Aloe Balm, processes the aloe for use in sun and medicinal products.
Then on to visit the Casibari Rock formation. Aruba consists of volcanic rock and coral and in many places you find large rocks ejected from the volcanoes. A climb to the top provided us with a great vantage point to look back towards the city and the harbor. Then we travelled over to the northeast side of the island where the ...
... in time for the coffee stage. Once again there was only Don at the table; no sign of the other couple.
Later on we went along to the Arena theatre where the Headliners were putting on a show called 'Stage Door'. It consisted of excerpts of singing and dancing from famous stage musicals, including Rodgers and Hammerstein. I felt really tired and I could hardly keep my eyes open, despite it being a really good show.
We had ...
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