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Discover the Holiday Magic in Aruba!

Marvel at all of the Bright, Twinkling Christmas Lights Roundabouts (if you’ve been to Aruba then you know there are a lot), houses, downtown streets and buildings, street lamps, palm trees, resorts… and let’s not forget the famous ‘Cas di Luz’ (house of lights) – Yes, you will find Christmas lights and decorations surrounding you … Continue reading “Discover the Holiday Magic in Aruba!”

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5 Motorized Things to do in Aruba for Adventurers

Did you know that our dushi Aruba is home to desert-like terrains and historic landmarks that are perfect for adventuring and exploring? The One Happy Island is well known for housing one of the world’s top rated beaches (Eagle Beach!), but the fun doesn’t stop by the seashore. Discover 5 motorized activities, along with our recommendations, … Continue reading “5 Motorized Things to do in Aruba for Adventurers”

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Charming & Budget-friendly Small Resorts in Aruba | Part 2

Experience the real Aruba by staying in one of the many charming and unique small apartment resorts the island has to offer! Check out our list of recommended small resorts and don’t forget to check out Part 1 to get the full list! Pauline’s Apartments Modern, clean, spacious and private… Pauline’s Apartments offers everything you … Continue reading “Charming & Budget-friendly Small Resorts in Aruba | Part 2”

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5 Places for Pampering in Aruba!

Looking for some serious R&R time after frolicking around the One Happy Island? What better way to recharge for more fun in Aruba, than by having a Spa day?! A beach day in Aruba is truly delightful, don’t get me wrong…but a seaside massage paired with a mimosa (or two)? – Well, that’s the cherry … Continue reading “5 Places for Pampering in Aruba!”

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Voluntourism: Helping Aruba’s Four-Legged Friends

Aruba is in the process of getting a portion of the population under control. This group is rowdy, unruly and occasionally loud. They fight, beg in the streets, have no problem with inappropriate displays of public affection and sometimes make the tourists feel quite uncomfortable. No, we’re not talking about the island’s teenagers! We’re talking … Continue reading “Voluntourism: Helping Aruba’s Four-Legged Friends”