Welcome to my favorite island – Aruba. It’s time to see for yourself how wonderful and friendly this island paradise is.
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Aruba is a tiny Dutch Caribbean island located 15 miles north of Venezuela and is home to beautiful white sand beaches, 82 degree annual average temperatures and trade winds that keep you cool. I have found Aruba to be clean and safe for US citizens and they accept our money. They are also some of the friendliest people in the world. At only 19.6 miles long and 6 miles wide, with a total area of 70 square miles, it is easy to see the whole island in one day.
Aruba is a water-sports haven. From snorkeling, diving, and windsurfing to deep-sea fishing along with two of the most beautiful golf courses you will find in the Caribbean.
For non-sun lovers, Aruba has casino’s in every resort, so whatever you want to do, Aruba has it all; beautiful beaches, excellent shopping, delicious food and an opportunity to win your fortune at the casinos. To sum it up-Aruba has it all!
Call for more details about Aruba. See for yourself why I love Aruba.
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It’s Time to Head ‘South’
In recognition of the Rio Olympics, I am giving a shout out to Brazil. As I have been watching the Olympics, I saw some amazing sights that I would like to visit. I found a great tour that combines the best of Brazil, Argentina and Chile.
From Chile’s capital Santiago to Argentina’s Buenos Aires and Iguazu, and Brazil’s marvelous Rio de Janeiro, delve into the vivacious cultures of South America. Explore cosmopolitan Santiago de Chile, with a lively culture and strong Andean roots. Spend three nights in fantastic Buenos Aires, the “Paris of South America.” Discover the best Tango show in Buenos Aires and stroll the famed 9th of July Boulevard as you explore life in this vibrant city. Spend a day in the Argentinian countryside featuring a traditional asado lunch and gaucho horse show at an estancia. Behold the power of the Iguazu Falls from both Argentinian and Brazilian vantage points and explore Iguazu National Park. Learn how to craft the famous caipriniha cocktail. Eat and dance with the locals at a dinner and music show in Rio de Janeiro. Ascend Corcovado by train to Christ the Redeemer, one of the new Seven Wonders of the World. You choose from a Carnival Experience or a visit with local family in a favela. And finally, indulge in a Brazilian-style barbecue at one of Rio’s top churrascaria restaurants.
This looks like a great trip to me. Be sure to check my facebook postings each day for highlights of each country. You can also do a 3 night post extension in the Amazon.
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This week we are visiting Ocho Rios, Jamaica. I have had so much interest in Ocho Rios, I decided to organize a group trip for next April 23-28, 2017. We will be staying at the All-Inclusive RIU Ocho Rios Resort. Take a look at the resort and all the activities available in the area. A must do is Dunn’s River Falls, Jamaica’s national treasure and a major tourist attraction. Everyone should climb the falls at least once. I did, and loved it.
White River Tubing, Ocho Rios, Jamaica
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