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    Quote Originally Posted by arubabob View Post
    Snorkeling can be free as well. There are at least 3 places to just walk into the ocean and snorkel. No boat needed. .
    Where are those three places? Walking into the ocean and snorkeling sounds amazing.
    Everyone here is so helpful, it's getting me stoked for Aruba! I've been talking to my friends, and I have a few more questions for y'all.
    What is the best bar/clubs/nightlife for 19-20 year olds, or just anything good for 20 year olds? haha. We are all into music if that has any value.

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    How far is Catalina Cove?
    check out this thread above for snorkeling info

    sir, also go to this category http://www.aruba.com/forum/f10/

    QUOTE=sirmarksalot;197733]Where are those three places? Walking into the ocean and snorkeling sounds amazing.
    Everyone here is so helpful, it's getting me stoked for Aruba! I've been talking to my friends, and I have a few more questions for y'all.
    What is the best bar/clubs/nightlife for 19-20 year olds, or just anything good for 20 year olds? haha. We are all into music if that has any value.[/QUOTE]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    How far is Catalina Cove?
    check out this thread above for snorkeling info

    sir, also go to this category http://www.aruba.com/forum/f10/

    Snorkeling from the beach

    Boca Catalina

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    Quote Originally Posted by sirmarksalot View Post
    Where are those three places? Walking into the ocean and snorkeling sounds amazing.
    Everyone here is so helpful, it's getting me stoked for Aruba! I've been talking to my friends, and I have a few more questions for y'all.
    What is the best bar/clubs/nightlife for 19-20 year olds, or just anything good for 20 year olds? haha. We are all into music if that has any value.
    We go to Arashi beach, Malmok and baby beach. That is why I recomend a rental car. Cant get to baby beach on the bus I dont think and its a $40 cab ride each way. Plus even though you can get to most of the stores, casinos and downtown on the bus, you cant tour the island. Hey were talking about convenient transportation for $175 a week. Besides, who wants to get on a bus with snorkel gear and wet swimsuits. Maybe thats just the old guy in me.

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    ...aside from the fact that the driver probably won't let you on in a wet swimsuit.

    How about just embracing the beauty of the island, and to coin a phrase, chill for a week?
    Meditating by the oceanside to start off with and get a peaceful start to a recharge, if indeed that's what it is...
    Mr. Ratt
    "It's not having what you want, it's wanting what you've got..."
    Aruba.... May 12, 2018... 3pm at the Tamarijn, see you there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    [B]http://www.aruba.com/forum/f12/cheap...rink-41183//B]

    click link for talk of cheap dining.

    those that know me know i am the queen of cheap.
    i really HATE spending money.
    my dad's favorite saying about me was
    "she still has her 1st holy communion money stashed"
    Andrea, let me tell you from queen to queen, I have that "tag" in my family too.
    They all laugh at how much I love to save and how much I enjoy finding real bargains, however when any family member needs to find anything cheap or seek advise on what to save on...whatever, they all come to me!

    My opinion: "Counting pennies" is not a negative thing as long as you do it to actually spend them wisely.
    All extremes are bad in my opinion.

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    Stuff to do for cheap....

    Most every night at about 5:50pm, Mother Nature puts on a light show that you wouldn't believe, and it's completely free. Best place to see it from, most any beach on the west side of the island, though I hear it's pretty magnificent from a lot of places in paradise (aka Aruba).
    Mr. Ratt
    "It's not having what you want, it's wanting what you've got..."
    Aruba.... May 12, 2018... 3pm at the Tamarijn, see you there.
    http://www.heyoka-healing.com




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