Aruba: A True Island Experience

Aruba: A True Island Experience

I have spend many years around travel. My grandmother was a travel agent before the internet took away the urge for them and had made yearly trips as tradition to Puerto Rico and Florida. As an agent she was able to get us discounts straight from the airline and booked priority boarding for all of us. My family had always been involved in bowling tournaments in New Jersey also. Growing up, those...

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Off-Roading the ‘Wild Coast’ of Aruba

Off-Roading the ‘Wild Coast’ of Aruba

Aruba, CuraƧao, and Bonaire are for the most part similar islands. In regards to culture, they are very different. But in regards to geography, terrain, and climate, they are almost the same. As for Aruba, the island seemed slightly less mountainous than its Dutch Antillean siblings. Typically, the island has two totally opposite sides. While the west coast is lined up beautiful beaches, the...

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