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    What is a must-do?

    We have two more full days on Aruba and the morning on Friday. We have done our vow renewal, relaxed by the pool and beach, done a little shopping.

    So, what's a "must-do" with our remaining time? Suggestions are welcome.

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    check out arubabob snorkeling!
    or
    helicopter tour
    Quote Originally Posted by SandyPreston View Post
    We have two more full days on Aruba and the morning on Friday. We have done our vow renewal, relaxed by the pool and beach, done a little shopping.

    So, what's a "must-do" with our remaining time? Suggestions are welcome.

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    Will they show you how to snorkel? I'm not a watersports girl, but my daughters would love to snorkel. Our resort said it offers all non-motorized water sports, but when the girls checked out snorkeling all they did was hand them the masks.

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    well, they do not give snorkel lessons, but they may give pointers.
    your daughters may want to practice in the pool or at the beach with the masks and snorkles that the divi provides.
    non motorized at divi is snorkel gear and is windsurfing included?
    QUOTE=SandyPreston;299290]Will they show you how to snorkel? I'm not a watersports girl, but my daughters would love to snorkel. Our resort said it offers all non-motorized water sports, but when the girls checked out snorkeling all they did was hand them the masks.[/QUOTE]

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    Do you have a car? Lots to explore on the island if you're mobile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by act1966 View Post
    Do you have a car? Lots to explore on the island if you're mobile.
    No car.

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    Jolly Pirates, fun beginner snorkeling with open bar and rope swing.
    Not sure when, but we will be back

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    One of the ABC Tours will hit all the highlights of the island for you - lots of photo ops and all the major landmarks. One of them actually takes you to the south island and Baby Beach which is wonderfully empty during the week.

    Quote Originally Posted by SandyPreston View Post
    No car.

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    or rent a car for a day..........try a self guided tour.............baby beach, zee rovers, california lighthouse, arashi beach, bubali gold mine ruins, go on the hunt for act 1966's house , natural bridge area (it fell about 12 yrs ago though)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    go on the hunt for act 1966's house
    Wave to the cameras!!

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