jolly aka carla
thanks for posting
hope you post often
it's always good to have an aruba resident and business owner giving advice and many points of view.
so please don't be a stranger and post often!
for thanksgiving dinner we go to the hyatt; the dinner is very nice and organized very well. avoid disappointment and make ur res early.
in fact, for a group ur size, during a holiday week (esp) i wld rec choosing a few "must-do's" before u arrive, nailing down the dates for the group and organizing these in advance.
also when u reserve in advance w/ many co. you can find online discount savings; every bit helps when traveling w/ a group.
enjoy ur holiday!
Last edited by Andrea J.; 08-03-2008 at 10:02 AM.
Thank you Andrea for your fine comments too!
I appreciate your hard work on the board!
It does not go unnoticed!
Dditto about the hard work and helpful hints and answers from Andrea J. She really is a wealth of information and, as you say, her help and work on the Board does not go unnoticed.
i needed the morale booster
i got lightly spanked the other day for giving my opinion
but, i will continue to say what i want as we all have our "privilege"
yup even the moderators have their opinions and serve a role here with opinions (aside from keeping this board flowing and civil.)
we need to hear of the good, the bad, the indifferent.......... and hopefully can turn lots of subjective comments into objective knowledge.
ignorance is not bliss
now off to buy lobster at $3 a lb in belfast maine.
i can taste it now
good sunday all
You can order a private airport transportaion for the family and alsomy family of 15 people (10 adults and 5 children) will be traveling to aruba for 4 nights this thanksgiving. I would appreciate if anyone can provide tips/suggestions as to places that are friendly and accommodative of large groups. i'm particularly interested in places to eat and island activities.
i.e. - what's better for large group - de palm or jolly pirates for both the snorkeling and island tours?
a private Island Tour