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... is when the supporter groups go beserk.
Tonight is the Senora competition. It’s for the ladies past their prime, but not necessarily MILFy. Now if you thought that this election was just for fun, you’re wrong. It’s serious business: as a candidate you’d better been an experienced carnavalista. Entering the Aruba Entertainment Center you can see that the supporter groups in the VIP area are more balanced in size, ...
... of invention!! from there we went on to the Alto Vista chapel which is also on the North Coast and dates back to 1750. For those of us that wanted to go snorkeling he dropped us at Boca Catalina with instructions on where the bus stop is to get back to the port. The four of us and Laura (from Texas) hopped off and spent a lovely hour or so snorkeling then a quick 5-10 minute walk and just as we got there the bus arrived... It was ...
... walking a taxi stopped, already containing four people, but we climbed in and arrived in the main town. It cost the four of us US$5 for the trip back to town - a bargain. Oranjestad is extremely odd. It must have been designed by Walt Disney and cannot bear any resemblance to what must have been there originally. The buildings are ornate and painted in bright pastel colours and have been created strictly for the tourists. There is stark contrast between the street ...
... is covered with Cacti, another
sign of just how dry this place is.
Although dry, the
main town of the Island is cosmopolitan and bustling. There are major chain stores here and many
many jewellery shops. We found a lot of
the shops on the Island to be a bit expensive and also selling a lot of the same kind of things so we wander
of the beaten track a little bit more to find better deals. Little little got ANOTHER t-shirt ...
... head to a party by the pool as our favourite band was playing. The theme: White Night. All guests are dressed in white and most even have hair to match. We left before it became a white 80year old's wet teeshirt competition in the pool - no wet soggy peas and a droopy bean seen otherwise we may have had to scratch our eyeballs out! (Remind me of this in 50years - karma's a *****)
It's not all about the shows, cocktails and food, it's about the destinations - after all, this ...