Bananas Apartments

Address: Malmokweg 19, Palm/Eagle Beach, Aruba | Villa
 
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This villa, located on Malmokweg 19, Palm/Eagle Beach, is near Palm Beach, California Lighthouse, Arashi Beach, and Casino at the Hyatt Regency.
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      Travel Blogs from Palm/Eagle Beach

      New Years 2015 at Aruba

      A travel blog entry by cherie9 on Jan 01, 2015

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      ... one ended up being a 90 ft dive and that was a deep wreck dive. Now mind you this was the first time I had ever seen a wreck of this magnitude ! It was an incredible feeling to swim up to right next to it and then look up and you suddenly saw the shop in all its glory right infant of you - that was quite the feeling. We swam around it and found a hole that we could swim into the wreck. That was pretty phenomenal. To be able to see the wreck from inside as ...

      So far and yet so near

      A travel blog entry by mjanesmith on Mar 28, 2014

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      ... before but Jeff hasn't. It is a powerful movie.

      At 3:40, after the movie, we are considering going to tea, but decide just to pop up to the buffet for our tea and scones. I am careful to put the clotted cream and strawberry jam on correctly as my dear friend Eve Measner has taught me. The tea and scones are a great pick-me-up.

      We relax in our cabin...I am writing and Jeff is standing out at the balcony railing. He stands there for ...

      San Nicolas Children's Parade

      A travel blog entry by nyukwha on Feb 16, 2014

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      ... Parade and the Old Mask Parade (ending in the burning of the Momito).

      Today we celebrate the Children's Parade of San Nicolas. A parade for children of over four hours is almost torture and it is impossible for the children to be disciplined most of the time. But look at it from this point of view: if you let your children get accustomed to carnival parades at a young age, by the time they’re adults, they understand what it is all about and know how to ...

      Day 11- welcome to Aruba

      A travel blog entry by marionbenson on Jan 15, 2014

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      ... br> Aruba, was in complete contrast to Antigua, it was much more affluent, buildings were large and we'll maintained.We saw various parts of the island, the lighthouse, rock formations and we made an unsheduled visit to the beach on the north side, where we saw an inlet named 'Ugly mouth', it was very rough,beautiful at the same time.
      Temperatures today were getting into ...

      Aruba

      A travel blog entry by buddyp on Nov 22, 2013

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      ... Haven in a village between downtown and the large tourist area on the northwest coast. Memory does not improve with age and I could not remember exactly how to get there. We took a bit of a scenic route, but we eventually arrived none the worse for wear.

      Rick and Sherrie have done lots of work to their lovely home since we last visited 3 years ago. They invited a local friend who bought some delicious local delicacies for us to ...