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    wow you got it all planned. Natural pool is the best of all.

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    I've added "Tour the Balashi beer factory" and "Visit the water desalination plant".

    Did you know Aruba has the worlds largest desalination plant? It's safe to drink the water!

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    http://www.aruba.com/forum/f10/
    click link for activities-sports-places to tour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ariel View Post
    I've added "Tour the Balashi beer factory" and "Visit the water desalination plant".

    Did you know Aruba has the worlds largest desalination plant? It's safe to drink the water!
    The water is great but the desalination plant has been surpassed in size/cpacity by a couple others since it has opened.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ariel View Post
    I've added "Tour the Balashi beer factory" and "Visit the water desalination plant".

    Did you know Aruba has the worlds largest desalination plant? It's safe to drink the water!

    Aruba water is the best. It doesn't come out cool from the tap for obvious reasons, but it's safe and delicious. I've heard you have to make arrangements to visit the water plant well in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ariel View Post
    Here is the beginning of my list of places to go. Feel free to add in things you enjoyed too!

    1. Natural Bridge
    2. Baby Beach
    3. Aruba Ostrich Farm
    4. Rancho Notorious
    5. Archaeological Museum of Aruba
    6. Hooiberg
    7. Casibari Boulders
    8. Catalina Bay
    9. Quadiriki Cave
    10. Butterfly Farm
    11. Rancho del Campo
    12. California Lighthouse
    13. Donkey Sanctuary Aruba
    14. Aruba Numismatic Museum
    15. Fort Zoutman, Willem III Tower, and Museo Arubano
    16. Aruba Trading Company
    17. Access Art Gallery
    18. Queen Wilhelmina Park
    19. Arashi Beach
    20. Arikok National Park
    21. Bushiribana Ruins
    22. Aruba Aloe Balm Museum
    23. Aruba Historical Museum
    24. Natural Pool
    25. California Dunes
    26. Ayo Rock Formations
    27. Saint Francisco
    28. Bubali Bird Sanctuary
    29. The Antilla
    30. Malmok Beach
    31. Lourde's Grotto
    32. Rodgers Beach
    33. Alto Vista Chapel
    34. Boca Prins
    35. De Oude Molen
    36. Tourists Go Flea Market
    37. Protestant Church
    38. Beth Israel Synagogue
    39. Tour the Balashi beer factory
    40. Visit the water desalination plant
    Very impressive! I have been four times to Aruba, each time for a week and had the chance to visit several of the places you mentioned above.

    So much to do, so little time!

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    You might want to add to your list Carnival!

    It's still in full swing when you arrive. You will miss the fantastic Aruba Tivoli's Lighting Parade which takes place on Saturday, Feb 26. But there are still some great Carnival events as Carnival is quite late this year, lasting until March 8.

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    Another event you might be interested in is:

    Bonbini Festival

    It's a folklore event which takes place every Tuesday evening in Oranjestad, at Fort Zoutman, from 7 pm to 9 pm. They ask for a small entrance fee but it's worth it. You will see dancers in their colorful folklore dresses, listen to their music, there is local food (creole, I believe), arts and crafts.

    There is also a very nice museum inside of Fort Zoutman with items from the Netherlands. It reminded me of my grandparents' farm.

    Here is a link if you are interested:

    http://www.aruba.com/thingstodo/attr...t_zoutman.aspx

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    I'm doing it!!! Wow this trip is gonna rock!

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    I'm having a busy, busy week, lots of planning still left and I just got another client asking me to build a website for her business.

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