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    Jan 17. Walk for the Donkeys

    Contact the donkey sanctuary for more info.
    it is a fun and very worthy cause.
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    From : Aruba Daily

    A Jubileum: The Annual Donkey Walk

    Posted by Aruba Daily on January 16th, 2015
    Ayo Again this year the Aruban Donkey Sanctuary is organizing its traditional Walkathon, a walk of 6.5 kilometers. Once again this is a tenth year and therefore a jubileum. Young and old are invited to walk together through our Aruban nature. Accompanied by some donkeys the walk will begin on Saturday 17 January at 5 pm starting at the Ayo Rock Formation park. Sign up will start at 4 pm. Because of our jubileum the Dierenlot Foundation of the Netherlands has made a handsome offer: For the 10 florins which each participant pays, this Foundation will double that amount! In this way they wish to add extra support to the cause of the Donkey Sanctuary. At the end of the walk you will be treated to delicious fresh fruit donated by Super Food of Aruba. Therefore this year 2015 there is even more reason to join this walk and to support a worthy cause on our island. So, out of your chair and intothe open air!
    Onderwerp: wandeltocht Ezelopvang Aruba
    Speciaal: 10de editie
    Datum: zaterdag 17-01-2015
    Plaats van vertrek: Ayo Rock Formations
    Aanvang: 17.00
    Inschrijven vanaf: 16.00
    Speciaal: Stichting Dierenlot Nederland verdubbelt de opbrengst
    Meer informatie: Desiree Eldering / 593 2933
    Bijgesloten: foto Walkathon 2014 / vrij van rechten

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    Eagle Beach, Baby Beach, Arashi Beach Tierra Del Sol golf course
    We actually saw a group of 6 or 7 donkeys down by the big anchor near baby beach on our last trip. That was the first time in all our trips that we saw any.

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