Visit Aruba : One Happy Island - Sammy Makes Six

Visit Aruba : One Happy Island

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I have a Travel Bucket List of all the places I want to visit in my lifetime. Aruba is not just on my list, it is one of the top five because of all that it has to offer.  Aruba has it all; beautiful and pristine beaches, an exciting nightlife and of course, incredible shopping.  You really can do it all in Aruba. I would love to spend the day combing the white beaches and sitting with a sweet drink during the day. We would then spend the evenings visiting the strip and some of the many resort casinos. There is nothing like a little bit of drinking and gambling to really complete a vacation.

Aruba really calls to me because after living on an island for a few years, I know how wonderful it is to live in a place where everyone is frienly, welcoming and where there is so much culture. Nature is a big part of everyday Aruba, where you can roam the island freely and enjoy the beaches or  visit the Arikok Park. Food is also a big part of Aruba and having a boyfriend that comes from a beach town, we are always looking for the freshest sea food. But you foodies don't have to worry, Aruba offers a lot more that seafood. There is an abundance of choices in their Caribean Restaurants and you can always find an eclectic menu of delicious enthic and international fare.

Aruba has perfectly predictable weather everyday (year-round average temperature of 82°) and after living in such a cold town, I could definitely use some of that sun!  I don't know how soon we will visit Aruba, all I know is that we will. One day Adrian and I will be sitting on one of those white-sand beaches. He can enjoy some of the deep sea fishing, scuba diving and underwater tours, while I hit the shopping and cafes. We would each be in our own little heaven.

Visit Aruba travel to discover more about what makes this island such a great vacation spot.  What part of Aruba makes you want to visit it the most?



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