The mere name Aruba sounds exotic. Go ahead and say it out loud. Aruba. It rolls off the tongue even if you are stuffing your face with potato chips while surfing the Internet.
Its name is not the only thing Aruba has going for itself. The place is both exotic and erotic. It is a paradise that will delight the single traveler and kindle passion in couples. The nearly perfect weather offers up year-round sun and a warmth that will make a dip in the crystal ... [read more]
Date:January 30th, 2007
For the first post of the New Year on our newly revamped and splendid looking corner of cyberspace, I am proud to offer you a glimpse at what I think is one of the better 10-day Southern Caribbean cruises in this universe. The voyage takes place aboard the mighty Galaxy, a ship operated by Celebrity Cruises.
Close your eyes and picture yourself starting off the journey in San Juan, Puerto Rico, a bustling city that is both foreign and familiar. From there you head on down the water road to a ... [read more]
Date:January 4th, 2007
Located 15 miles off the coast of Venezuela, Aruba is reminiscent of the southwestern US, but with beaches. The vegetation includes a wide variety of cacti set among interesting rock formations as well as the tradewind sculptured “Watapana” (divi-divi) trees. There are seven miles of palm-fringed, white sand beaches located on the southwest coast, whereas, the northeast coast is rugged and wild with high, thundering waves.
Aruba is home to less than 75,000 people, but has more than its share of sun, sand and fun. Tourists flock to the beach, especially during the ... [read more]
Author: Miss Julie
Date:December 24th, 2006