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    Have you ever seen the Aruba caves?

    http://www.aruba.com/blog/8-sights-a...visiting-aruba

    the caves are listed on this link.
    i have never been in them.

    i have a friend who is a diver and she tells me there are some underwater caves in the southwest area where she has scuba'd. (is scuba'd a word?)

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    No although they look beautiful I am not really a fan of caves.

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    I would go but the other half would never. She's has the fear of a bat landing in her hair...



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    I have been in caves before when I was much younger and did not enjoy the experience at all to be honest. The caves were not in Aruba, there were in Bermuda I believe but I could be wrong there as well. They look nice but only for someone else, lol.

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    We always talk of going, but can't seem to get off the beach

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    We have been to a couple of the caves in the park. There are guides there that I would consider like our park Rangers who give little talks about the cave drawings and history. I'm not sure if they are always there, but it was nice to hear some of the history. A few years ago I had to take a geology class so the caves were pretty interesting from that perspective.

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    We've been to the caves in the Park, brought flashlights and went way back in them. They are pretty neat, lots of old Indian drawings on the walls. If you are scared of bats don't go.

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    Don't do caves......

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    Bats are not my friends.
    They are on my hate list with reptiles and rodents. (Although I love bearded dragons)

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    We went to the Tunnel of Love caves on our honeymoon (first visit to Aruba). Got as far as the entrance & decided it was not my thing! Recently we went to the Fontein Cave near Boca Prins - that was a very cool experience as it was airy and you could stand up and the guides were awesome!
    Jacki ~ loving Aruba from NJ

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