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Aruba has an amazing selection of places to eat, literally restaurants everywhere you turn. From inexpensive local hangouts to the really fancy, you could eat at a different place every day of the year and still not try it all. Since this was our last night on the island, we decided to splurge and went out to an Argentine parrillada restaurant. The meal was awesome; escargot and portabello mushroom to start things off, then ...
... more than the private island because the private beach had a lot more life, and it was obvious people were just doing their own thing and no one was really looking at each other , in short i absolutely loved it. So i went for my dive, excited to come back and just lay on this beach and do absolutely nothing. The dive was an interesting experience. I was on the boat with 2 other brazilians and one american guy and boy was the american guy quite pushy. it was ...
... also enjoyed the company of their Aruban cousins Alexandra and Kyra who joined us daily for some beach and pool fun.
Rusty, Abito and I rented cars one day and took a tour of the Northern coast of Aruba. We did so with the kids and Moira who was feeling energized and happy to revisit the island. We went off-roading from the California Lighthouse ...
Friday, March 28th
How did this happen? How can it already be the last day of our cruise?? We are sailing north to Fort Lauderdale between Haiti and Cuba and will follow the Cuban coast a lot of the way.
The winds are calm this morning; Jeff has set his alarm for 6:50 so we can watch the sun rise but it is too overcast. It is nice out on the balcony though. He goes to get us coffee and I crawl back in bed. We drink our coffee ...
... Oranjestad so not many people from out of town are present.
Whereas the Queen elections can be described as "Oranjestad, fair skinned, slender and style", the Caiso and Soca Monarch competition is "San Nicolas, coloured skin, chubby and soul". It is amazing how full bodies become light as a feather, swinging on the rhythms in the tropical night. The energy oozes out of the skin of ...