The Old Windmill, the long-gone Spritzer and Furhrmann store, certain stones along the beach, anything to do with the old Aruba Caribbean Hotel. What a child remembers. Taps for the natural bridge.
Aruba Mug of Good Memories
My family lived at the Aruba Caribbean Hotel (currently enjoying a spectacular remodelling from what I hear) from 1960 into '66.
I recently uncovered a collection of swizzle sticks from the hotel - an unusual number of them. I thought they'd make a fine mug, and they do.
JS, your wonderful photos gave a glimpse how Aruba looked like back then, in the 60s. So serene, peaceful, charming... just like I would have imagined "a little island in the Caribbean" would have looked liked. If there were a time machine, those would have the times I would have absolutely LOVED to visit Aruba!