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Thread: Please post recent photos of old Bushiri and old container area

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    Quote Originally Posted by arubabob View Post
    Watching this gave me a headache and motion sickness even when I slowed it to quarter speed, so take warning to watch at your own risk.
    You ain't kidding... music was okay though...

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    So creepy to see an abandoned hotel like this.

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    They were removing more of the cinderblock buildings of the waterpark last week.

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    The Bushiri was the first hotel we stayed in Aruba. With all the activities included, my kids learned to dive, snorkel and to windsurf. They were 15 and 16 at the time and unknown to us they were served adult beverages. Didn't find that out till they were in their 30's.
    Our next trip there was for our 25th wedding anniversary. On a rainy day there, we purchased our first week at LaCabana.

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    hahaha the things we as parents find out once the little darling hit 30.

    our son learned to skateboard at the bushiri.
    he had his first real mixed drink on one of the snorkel cruises....was supposed to be virgin, but lo and behold it was rum punch
    momma and dad not to happy.
    when momma ain't happy, NOBODY'S happy.
    that snorkel cruise staff got to see momma bear very ugly.

    i hate looking at the mess of the bushiri......it makes me so sad.
    Quote Originally Posted by wannagoback View Post
    The Bushiri was the first hotel we stayed in Aruba. With all the activities included, my kids learned to dive, snorkel and to windsurf. They were 15 and 16 at the time and unknown to us they were served adult beverages. Didn't find that out till they were in their 30's.
    Our next trip there was for our 25th wedding anniversary. On a rainy day there, we purchased our first week at LaCabana.

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