Aruba is. What my dreams are made of ,so if not by day , dream the night away!!
Wake up where am I ....
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My answer to all three questions, "Heck Yes!!" I'm on the forum almost every day, glancing at the My Aruba Story tab for new updates. I check YouTube for new vacation videos on Friday to watch during my last half hour at work when everything is relatively dead and I am pretty much the only person on site. I'm currently re-reading "Dark Currents" by Dan Putowski before re-reading "An Island Away" and "Under A Blue Flag" for the second time for the year. You would swear that I've been going to the island since forever, but I've only made four trips so far; with trip #5 on the horizon in early September.
I've had an addiction to Aruba for many years.
(usually addicted to) 1Physically and mentally dependent on a particular substance: YEP!
I physically need to go to Aruba because the sand and sun physically feel great. Mentally, I am dependent upon Aruba considering it consumes my thoughts on a daily basis.
My friend and I mention the word Aruba on a daily basis here at work. She and I are always comparing flight info and fares as well as timeshare and hotel rates.
I am Steve and I am an Aruba addict. Started out with an occasional trip here and there, but now, almost 20 years later, I suffer from advanced Arubaholism.
Maybe there should be a group thread for those coping with the returning-home-after-Aruba-blues.
Last edited by __steve__; 06-16-2016 at 07:38 PM.
Yes, like many I am addicted to Aruba... like most people with addictions I enjoy other people with the same addiction..
When coming home I do have severe withdrawals.. and start looking for a new fix.