Ten cents a daaaaance....
My initial response was what don't I take....
Heres my list..
5 swimsuits that are matchy mstchy
5 Asst tops
2 Ts to sleep in
2 flip flops
sandals- dressy and casual
3 ped type sox
Yoga pants and top
WEAR on plane; yoga pants, gym shirt, sneakers
BRING to wear on arrival home; fleece top and or fleece vest
our pack list prompts us what we need..
Thanks for the information. I packed way too much last year. I will do better this year. It is more casual than I expected.
The ladies like to look good and I am our husbands like it as well. When you look good you feel good. That is my motto. Never too many bathing suits.
Depending on how long I'll be staying for, seven days minimum, ten days max I normally pack the following:
(2) Pairs of jeans.
(2) Pairs of sneakers
(4) Polo shirts
(4) pairs of shorts
(1) hooded sweatshirt (the AC in Piarco International Airport, the aircraft and Queen Beatrix when I'm leaving can be rather cold)
(1) Pair of Sweatpants (to sleep in)
(1) Pair of flip flops
(1) Pair of board shorts
(8) Pairs of Socks.
(3) Baseball Caps
I often purchase new Aruba T-shirts on every trip so it adds to my number of t-shirts.
(1) Floppy Hat.
Last edited by vallond; 01-10-2016 at 05:40 PM.
We do 14 nights'
For my Bride:
Forget about it. Ain't going there.
16 undies (just in case)
3 sanuks/dock siders
Mini Coffee maker
Slot Players Card
After the last trip, i learned to pack as light as possible.
If we go (2 children especially) to Aruba in April or May, what should be the packing for children.
A few bathing suits each - my kids usually bring 4 each. 2 a day in case there is a change in between, leaving 2 to dry for the following day.
sandals & sneakers
Slippers (depending on age you may want to make sure they are non skid bottoms if staying in a time share with tile floors)
Jacki ~ loving Aruba from NJ