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    Interesting souvenir ideas

    http://www.arubabag.com/best-aruba-gifts-souvenirs/

    some inteeresing souvenir ideas

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    Starbucks Aruba mugs or thermal cups
    dunkin Donuts T shirts " it's worth the trip "
    aruba Aloe
    Aruba license plates
    Stroop waffle cookies
    Gouda cheese
    Last edited by cindyo; 07-27-2014 at 01:17 AM. Reason: # souvenir

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    I love the recycled bag (that's a definite on my list to get), love the flea markets & the Caribbean Queen store at Paseo is fantastic. They are a bit high but you are getting unique one of a kind. I've bought quite a few things from them and they are ALWAYS one of the first places I hit when I get to Aruba. I LOVE shopping in Aruba (and I do quite a bit of it, lol). 4 more months, can NOT wait..............

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    I too love the reusable bag and will be getting one (maybe 2) depending on price. Thanks for the info Andrea.

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    Stop by "Scotts Brats" on the beach in front of Playa Linda and order a custom lettered Aruba License plate. It takes about 3 or 4 days to get so stop there first when you arrive on the island. . . . Choice of colors and up to 6 letters per plate. . . .

    Tom and Stanley (the Aruba Guys)

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    I always bring home a handful of sand from the ocean floor.
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    And I still have a small piece of coral that I picked up with my toes in the water at the Hyatt from my first year!

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    Kong Hing has awesome bags that I usually pick up as reusable grocery bags/beach bags, etc. They have a velcro closure & zipped pocket inside. I just used one for the beach last week.
    Jacki ~ loving Aruba from NJ

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    Aug 11 DAILY NEWS (Jewelry ideas )

    in today's Daily News (RONA)



    http://aruba-daily.com/newspaper/46310/


    GORGEOUS JEWELRY. Deborah de Weerd, who owns Paradera Park Apartments with her husband Henk, created a beautiful jewelry line that was officially certified Made in Aruba Artesania, just recently. Her Jewelry may be found on Facebook under Loretti Design, combining glass, fabric and leather. It is already worn by Dutch queen Maxima, who was given a piece by Debby, on the queen’s recent visit here. The Loretti Royal Collection, naturally named in honor of the royal fashinista, offers sculpted Murano glass threaded on leather strands or fabric ropes, finished with silver hook clasps, in most amazing colors. The more casual collection, which is more reasonably priced is named Loretti Streetwear, and can be worn all the time. Debby also makes miniforms which are flame-worked soda-lime-glass sculptures, and very artistic and digitally manipulated picture-photographs she calls Landscapes of Imagination. Loretti developed gradually, Debby explains, when she was introduced to glass, as well as different and unusual other materials as a student at the Academy of the Arts in Maastricht, Netherlands. The Loretti Studio in Aruba, is located at Paradera Park Apartments. Visit any time. - See more at: http://aruba-daily.com/newspaper/463....DRPDzvjM.dpuf

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