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Basic conversations for your visit to Aruba

BonBini –Welcome

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!

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Your Opinion on Private Beaches

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.​

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What can you expect from an island that has sea and air rearly dip below 80 degrees, and constant trade winds will keep you very relaxed and cool

Outside the hurricane belt it almost never rains. In fact the island has THE MOST SUNNY DAYS OF ALL CARIBBEAN ISLANDS!

Well dayum, when are we going!? 

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