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    What beach is the Fishermans Hut located

    I see there is a North Fishermans Hut and a South Fishermans hut.


    Are they not near each other?

    Where exactly are the located

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    located just beyond the windsurfing area past the marriott (maybe including the windsurfing area) goes for a mile or so to malmok.

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    ~Amy~ - 35th trip to Aruba: New Years Eve 2017/2018 -- Zihuatanejo, MX: March 2018 -- Ireland: June/July 2018 -- 36th trip to Aruba: Sept. 2018




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    thanks for the map-


    Its VERY windy at these two beachs.

    the map says Hadicuri/fishermans hut- is that where it is??

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    that is the place
    when there is wind blowing on aruba, all of the beaches feel it.
    the windsurfers love that area as it is uncrowded and shallow.
    when the wind stops.........eeeewww.

    Quote Originally Posted by serene56 View Post
    thanks for the map-


    Its VERY windy at these two beachs.

    the map says Hadicuri/fishermans hut- is that where it is??

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    sry for all the questions- I have only been there three times and one was by cruise ship.


    When its this windy is it unbearable to sit on the beach? I mean does the sand sting when its blowing like that??

    http://www.setar.aw/internet/livecam...blic-cams.html

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    there are infrequent times when folks complain of sandblasting.
    in 35+ visits, i have never been sandblasted.

    the one thing you usually cannot do on the beach is to read a newspaper. unless it is on an ereader

    Quote Originally Posted by serene56 View Post
    sry for all the questions- I have only been there three times and one was by cruise ship.


    When its this windy is it unbearable to sit on the beach? I mean does the sand sting when its blowing like that??

    http://www.setar.aw/internet/livecam...blic-cams.html

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    and NEVER be sorry for asking questions.
    that is why this forum exists........questions and answers!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    there are infrequent times when folks complain of sandblasting.
    in 35+ visits, i have never been sandblasted.

    the one thing you usually cannot do on the beach is to read a newspaper. unless it is on an ereader

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    The cameras are at the exact same location. One points south towards the high rises and the other points West/Northwest towards the sea/ocean.

    You can see the location here


    I would not worry about the wind in September. Average windspeed this time of year is 20 mph with 37 mph gusts. September winds average 15 mph and can be much less if there are any tropical lows in the area.

    At the Radisson we saw some sand blowing close to the ground last week, but only a couple of the windiest days. We never gave it a thought and it did not affect us. I think I only noticed it because I saw it while we were in the water floating around with not a care in the world

    Most of the resorts along Palm beach, including the Occidental, block the wind anyway.

    A couple of days when I walked the concrete boardwalk I was praying for wind.


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