Debbie Kunder

Aruba is not your typical lush Caribbean island. Sure, the impeccable landscaping in the hotel areas certainly has a tropical air to it, but as soon as you venture into the “real” Aruba, you’ll encounter dry desert terrain where the vegetation mostly consists of scraggly, wind-shaped trees (like the divi divi or the kwihi), prickly bushes (like the hubada), different varieties of cactai (including the impressive towering candlestick variety), and lots and lots of aloe.

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