Mi nomber ta Aruba – my name is Aruba
Bon dia – good moring
Bon tardi – good afternoon
Bon nochi – good evening
Dushi – sweety, sugar, sweetheart, honey bunny
E tempo ta dushi awe – the weather is nice today
Ban busca algo di bebe – let’s get something to drink
y algo di come tambe – and something to eat to
Cuant’or tin? = what time is it?
Te oro – see you soon!
Sand real estate is of the utmost importance when you are vacationing at Wasaga Beach…Read More
How does your roti look?Read More
If you are caught drinking alcohol, you will get a ticket!
Also, there is no smoking or vaping. Though the vapors from all the weed was not evident of said law🤣
On a recent visit to the beach, I saw many, many, many sights worthy of a pic, here are a few of my faves from the shores of Wasaga Beach 1.Read More
Never let it be said that Canadians don't enjoy the weather, no matter the weather...hot and cold, it is enjoyed.
Are you a souviner junkie?Read More
You've got to suck that mango until it is Gandolf's beard white!Read More
All the flavour of a hot pepper without the heat.
Add to your West Indian recipes today., you'll be glad you did.(cheesy commercial line)🤣
Many thanks to my dad for the super great care package!Read More
Bed Bath & Beyond carries a brand called Bee & Willow, and as a bag fanatic, I will say that this bag is AWESOMEEE!!Read More
...finally, something we can relate to!? Ooh happy day!Read More
We reside in a vacation town.its a beach and ski town. Naturally, there is a mix of economic backgrounds and the most recognizable citizens are retirees. Having said that, many have the funds to purchase extraordinary land and build equally lavish homes, beachfront.
Recently, we encountered one such property owner and apparently we were on his "private beach". Which we thought was complete bullsh!t. Why that thought? Well primarily because it is a PUBLIC BEACH, and just because you purchased a certain amount of land surely does not mean all that water and patch of sand is yours to police.Read More