I just got back from Aruba and was very impressed with the National Archaeological Museum Aruba.
Fascinating dioramas and displays in a bright new colorful building. It is apparent that the Aruba government takes their historic preservation and cultural heritage seriously by protecting and capitalizing it. I arranged interviews with the archeological staff in advance and was able to hear about their new recent discoveries and their own private thoughts on some of the artifacts and rock drawings.
On Monday we made a expedition out to visit the cave drawings in the Arkok and Ayo wilderness. What a beautiful scenic area that is with goats, donkeys and other interesting wildlife to meet along the way. And there are many other surprises one will encounter.
Anybody want to hear(read) more? I can write and share my story on this journey into Aruba's past. And I can put together a slide show.
"Discover the Mystery of History"