We have a decent amount in the kitchen, of course not everything that I want like cooking at home, but more than adequate. It helps that we have 4 rooms right now so I was able to use multiple pots from different rooms - one for meatballs, one for lasagna noodles, etc.
we have brought a frozen lasagna (already baked), cut in half, wrapped in foil, frozen brick solid.
then in aruba all we have to do is warm it up.
it is easy for us to do that. (we are retired, you and rich still both work full time)
It's nice to know that I am not the only that "cooks" while on the island.
I know the Trop. didn't have ovens, but 2 burners.. nice grill, (can cook a lasagna on it on low, in a foil pan with the lid cover.
Even cook a pizza on the grill too.
Got up way too early & went right to the beach - no sammies since we were planning on the Hyatt brunch. Came back to shower around 9 and headed out for our 10:45 reservation. Parked in the lot across the street which is free till 2pm on Sundays. Awesome, amazing meal & atmosphere as usual. The property is so pretty! We went to the casino upstairs after breakfast. My husband won & then put it back, I won $83, Brianna won $180 & my SIL won $633!!! She was playing video poker and got 4 aces with a 2 kicker (whatever that means)
Then we dropped some off at LC and some of us went down to the flea market - picked up a few shirts & stuff, then back for bingo & frozen happy hour - then beach for the rest of the day. Brianna & I went to Pata Pata for 4-6 happy hour and boy did we get our happy hour on! Back to the beach for sunset then up to the room to reheat left overs & make hot dogs for some and we played Pokeno till bedtime. Once again going to bed with a very happy heart!