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    Wahoo

    What is wahoo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dushikaterina View Post
    What is wahoo?
    Wahoo is my most favorite fish in the whole wide world!

    It's a white, meaty fish - I always think that it's similar to halibut (my second favorite fish!)
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    Wahoo

    Thanks Amy! I guess I'll have to try it. So far, I have to say that Grouper has been my favorite fish that I've had in Aruba.

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    Passions

    Wow, you sold us on Passions. Now, looking forward to going in May. Because we have been coming to Aruba for 33 years a few times a year, we have become set in our ways with the restaurants that have always been our favorites. I quess we have become set in our ways through the years. Three of the restaurants that we always return to is Madame Janette's, Chalet Suisse and Japengo at the Hyatt. If anyone likes very good Japanese food, this is a nice restaurant to choose from. I think from the next trip on we are going to be more adventurous and try some new restaurants mentioned on this message board.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dushikaterina View Post
    Thanks Amy! I guess I'll have to try it. So far, I have to say that Grouper has been my favorite fish that I've had in Aruba.
    Give Wahoo a try and see what you think. I like grouper, too, but it's sometimes too "light" for me. I like fish a little meatier like Wahoo, Halibut, or Mahi-Mahi.
    ~Amy~ - 35th trip to Aruba: New Years Eve 2017/2018 -- Zihuatanejo, MX: March 2018 -- Ireland: June/July 2018 -- 36th trip to Aruba: Sept. 2018




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    papiamento
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    Loved the wahoo...will definately go back next year...and will have to try passions next year for sure.








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    New question?

    Quote Originally Posted by Arubalisa View Post
    Welcome home.
    Now that we have been to Aruba once, we have a better idea of what we want from the experience. Is there a thread started, that you know of, that points to some of the better smaller resorts?
    Even though we had to drive from Rochester NY to Atlanta to catch a flight the next day due to weather, we are very willing to try Delta again. We would like to book our flights and resort well in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff of Rochester View Post
    Now that we have been to Aruba once, we have a better idea of what we want from the experience. Is there a thread started, that you know of, that points some of to some of the best smaller resorts?
    Even though we had to drive from Rochester NY to Atlanta to catch a flight the next day due to weather, we are very willing to try Delta again. We would like to book our flights and resort well in advance.

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    Start a new thread. Describe ideally what you are looking for.
    I have a couple of thoughts, but not sure how small is small and whether you will be bringing kids. If so how old are they?
    What area of the island?
    Directly on the beach or would you rent a car to get to the beach?
    Kitchen facilities?

    FWIW, if you don't mind flying Saturday to Saturday, Delta is competitive with Air Tran and Spirit. Air Tran flies through Atlanta and Spirit flies through Ft. Lauderdale.

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