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Sharon
04-25-2005, 06:10 PM
Could someone please tell me what the typical taxi fare from the airport to Marriott Ocean Club should be. I have contacted one service that is quoting a price of $60.00 for 2 people for a private ride in an Explorer. Is a taxi a lot cheaper than that? We want a private car not a bus that stops at every other hotel on the way. Thanks for any help.

Char
04-25-2005, 07:17 PM
Sharon,
there are lots of answers to this question on the boards......go to search and type in cab fares. I think you can also find the information on the vistaaruba.com website with regard to fares.

Have a great trip!

annette
04-25-2005, 07:48 PM
We just came back and took a taxi to the Marriott Stellaris and it was $20.00.
There are plenty of taxis when you come out of the airport.

papa
04-25-2005, 08:17 PM
taxi from airportm runs about $20

sue
04-25-2005, 08:48 PM
taxi $20 each way ( not including tip) higher on weekends. Taxi,, its easier. Takes 4 in a taxi

m
04-25-2005, 09:22 PM
taxi's cheaper

Mike
04-25-2005, 09:25 PM
Sharon,
A taxi fare from the airport to the Marriott Ocean Club will cost about $20. Taxis are always available at the airport, and you dont have to ride with anybody except the other members of your party.

Enjoy your trip.
Mike

charles
04-25-2005, 11:06 PM
Sharon,
There are various options.

The taxi fare from the airport to the Marriott is $20 regardless of how many persons are in the car (sorry - up to 5 persons). In essence, if only your family go in the taxi (which is common) the ride to the Marriott will be without stops and cost you $20.

Should you want to take a bus transfer, then you will have to book in advance with De Palm tours and cont on continuous stops and it will take longer. The good thing aout the bus transfer is meeting the other folks with you. That said, the Marriott is the last stop on the line - draw your own conclusions.

A LIMO is commonly used for hgher profile transfers (celebs etc.) and you have to weigh the cost against the benefit, again it is your call. Calculate about $40 for the ride.

Private cars (including security) are available and are commonly used for very high profile celbs and political persons. Total for such a service depends entirely on the add-on features you ask for. This can range from special area pick up and bagage handling to trailing security cars on down to champagne in the vehicle. Worth it to go to the Marriott? I would not pay the price unless it was absolutely needed.

My advise: take a cab and have the privacy of your own driver to the Marriott (without stops) and count yourself lucky when you get there before the maddening crowd.

TIP OF THE DAY: It makes a huge difference on how quickly you get your luggage out and to the taxi in relation to how fast your arrive. Traffic tends to bog down around flight arrival times and the faster you get in a taxi and say the magic words "Marriott please" the faster you get to your destination. Should you have a cell phone reserved with us, we would make sure that the procedure takes no longer than 5 minutes.

Be well and thank you for your private e-mail on this issue. I hope that this answer serves to guide you in the right direction.

charles
arubafastpones.com

Parker
04-25-2005, 11:07 PM
Four of us a cab ride to Palm Beach where all the hotels are, with all our luggage, and it was only $20. Cabs were really cheap there I thought.

HTH....Parker in Louisiana

vicki
04-25-2005, 11:13 PM
We are staying at the Marriott in May. Other posters have told me the taxi fare with tip included should be around $20 - $25

Parker
04-25-2005, 11:14 PM
Four of us a cab ride to Palm Beach where all the hotels are, with all our luggage, and it was only $20. Cabs were really cheap there I thought.

HTH....Parker in Louisiana

David
04-25-2005, 11:24 PM
A cab will be alot less and there are plenty of them waiting right at the airport.

RAM
04-26-2005, 06:24 AM
When you leave the terminal in Aruba there will be lots of cabs in line out front. A typical ride to the hotel would be $ 20.00 to $ 25.00

andrea
04-26-2005, 07:36 AM
approx $20 (not per person) not including tip more after midnight it is probably about a 6 mile ride, maybe less.

Paul
04-26-2005, 08:47 AM
If you just step out the door and hail a taxi, it should run you in the neighborhood of twenty dollars .... no need to prearrange a private ride.

mk
04-26-2005, 08:50 AM
A taxi should cost you $20-$25 US $$$

Gene
04-26-2005, 09:00 AM
You can get a taxi right outside the airport. In March me and the wife plus bags paid $15 to go to LaCabana. No problem getting a cab ever!

Eric
04-26-2005, 09:27 AM
Cabs are $20.00 each way for a carload. This is a private ride, they don't out strangers in with you.

Tricia
04-27-2005, 06:20 PM
You can rent a car for $40.00 to $45.00 per day, no taxes in Aruba.

If you have the car at your disposal, you can go anywhere you want, restaurants, exploring, hidden beaches, nightlife, etc.

I am a firm believer that taxi rates add up when you want to go places.

Have a great time on Aruba!!!

serene56
12-28-2007, 03:27 PM
How much is a taxi from the airport to the Radisson roundtrip for 2 people?

I am looking at a limo for $75.00 roundtrip-- is it worth it>?

we will be arriving on a monday and returning on a saturday

Johnval
12-28-2007, 03:36 PM
Taxi is about $22 each way.Taxis are no problem:)

TomFrederick
12-29-2007, 09:05 AM
>>>> "I am looking at a limo for $75.00 roundtrip-- is it worth it>?"
----- I don't think so but some may think so. Now you might not get a real limo. Just a personal van type cab.
>>>> "Taxis are no problem:)"
----- Ditto. Many are always waiting.

serene56
12-29-2007, 11:47 AM
thanks for the replies. We decided a taxi will do. Not taking a chance of paying all that $$ and wind up in a van.

AuntieMame
12-29-2007, 03:17 PM
thanks for the replies. We decided a taxi will do. Not taking a chance of paying all that $$ and wind up in a van.

I think that's wise.

Arubalisa
12-30-2007, 11:43 PM
We use the same taxi driver for all our transporation. He is native Aruban, friendly, knowledgable, dependable and always on time. http://bloggingtoaruba.typepad.com/my_weblog/2007/04/the-aruban-taxi.html

After a long day of travel, there was nothing like exiting Aruba Customs this trip with a warm, welcoming face on the other side of the glass waiting to greet us personally. :)

goldzappa
01-09-2008, 05:47 PM
Are there taxis readily available at the airport?

EdnaSmith
01-09-2008, 06:24 PM
There are always more than enough taxis waiting for you at the airport. Not a problem.

dividivi
01-09-2008, 07:04 PM
Just walk out the door and there usually will be a line of them waiting. If not, never had to wait more than 4 or 5 minutes for 'our turn'.

marc
01-10-2008, 08:50 PM
You can order a limo service also info@limousinearuba.com

sagman17
01-10-2008, 10:08 PM
go with the taxi even if you have transfers in your package..you get to the hotel much faster than waiting for the bus to make stops along the way..

Jakesdad
01-15-2008, 12:29 PM
How does someone contact and make arrangements with Bully? What is his prices, is it a limo service or a taxi service? Do they charge per trip or per person?

Arubalisa
01-15-2008, 02:20 PM
Bully has a van and can be reached at 593 7520
bullytaxi79@hotmail.com (bullytaxi79@hotmail.com)

Prices are standard what any taxi would charge, as fees set by the government. http://taxiaruba.com/new/farelist.html (http://taxiaruba.com/new/farelist.html)

From the airport:
Low-rise hotels $17 each way per car (NOT per person)
High-reise hotels $20 each way per car (NOT per person)

Extra bags and such see http://taxiaruba.com/new/policy.html (http://taxiaruba.com/new/policy.html)

Though his nickname is Bully, the return email will be from "Amador Lacle", he really is a teddy bear! ;)
http://www.arubabound.com/transp/bully_card.jpg

Jakesdad
01-16-2008, 07:55 AM
Thank you for the info, Bully was quick to response.

What do you typically tip taxi drivers?

Do you tip Bus drivers?

Arubalisa
01-16-2008, 10:28 AM
You are welcome! I am happy to hear that Bully was so quick to respond.

We have always been told that for taxi drivers tips were included in the fare. With this said though we like to tip at least $1 per bag/suitcase. My brother tipped him $10 for 4 suitcases, a set of golf clubs and 4 carry ons.

All in all I would have to say tip what you feel most comfortable in giving.

I am not sure about tipping bus drivers, but would think it is not necessary.

Jacki
01-17-2008, 03:37 PM
DePalm tours advertises roundtrip Airport-hotel transfers for $18.25 USD on their website

Arubalisa
01-17-2008, 09:06 PM
DePalm tours advertises roundtrip Airport-hotel transfers for $18.25 USD on their website
This is via bus and stops at each resort between the airport and your final destination. A taxi from the airport will cost $20 to the high rise resorts, or $17 to the low rises. This is per ride, not per person. Taxi is the best bet if you wish to get directly to your resort.

ConnieNBPT
04-14-2008, 09:41 AM
Hello. Well I have been reading about the difficulties with the airlines (though it seems the flights are getting in okay now) and the taxi situation. We go in 3 1/2 weeks and we always just catch a cab outside the airport to our hotel.
Has anyone had trouble getting cabs at the airport without prior service set up?
Thanks for any guidance!

Connie

TomFrederick
04-14-2008, 02:23 PM
Never a problem. Many waiting during the day. Now at night I don't know.
At night the cabs are usually at the hotels/timeshares waiting for the restaurant traffic.

EdnaSmith
04-14-2008, 03:11 PM
As long as there are flights due in there are cabs at the airport. They do not leave until the last flight arrives.

ConnieNBPT
04-14-2008, 04:01 PM
Thanks! We hadn't had problems in the past but with the strike/protest issues I wanted to make sure it was still working well. Sounds like it is!

Liz - Aruba Lover
04-14-2008, 11:12 PM
I'm here now. No problems with taxi's at the airport. Enjoy your trip.

DANNYO
04-15-2008, 06:00 AM
I'm here now. No problems with taxi's at the airport. Enjoy your trip.Liz,have a great vacation.

Freon
04-16-2008, 01:00 AM
We were there last Friday the 4th around 4PM and there was a slight issue with cabs. Had about 50 people on the curb not sure whether they should form a line or jump out there. Turned into a free for all. There was a local guy aggressively flagging down cabs for people and making a few bucks. Took us about 20 -30 minutes to get one.

tds-ken
04-16-2008, 09:39 AM
I have used the cabs from the airport a lot and we have never had a problem, but I will say sometimes are easier than others. When there are a bunch of people there it begins to get a bit unruly.

If the people would take a breath, it would be a much happier situation!!!!:)

Cherylk
04-20-2008, 11:39 AM
We were there last Friday the 4th around 4PM and there was a slight issue with cabs. Had about 50 people on the curb not sure whether they should form a line or jump out there. Turned into a free for all. There was a local guy aggressively flagging down cabs for people and making a few bucks. Took us about 20 -30 minutes to get one.

I was there the same afternoon and had the same issue. Never encountered that there before.

Cyrilo Croes
05-04-2008, 10:30 PM
The Taxi fare from the Airport to the Marriott or any hotel in the same area can vary depending on the amount of people and luggage.
Every passenger can have one piece of luggage free of charge, but then for every additional piece of luggage there will be a charge of $2 per every additional pc of luggage.
The basic fare is $20 and depending on the amount of additional luggage.
On sundays , official holidays and after midnight there will be an additional $3 charge.
All Taxis in Aruba are privatelly owned, they don't work for a company but for themselves.
Taxis are lined up right in front of the Airport, only a few meters from the Arrivals Hall Exit.
Caution: There are a few transfer companies that may ask you if you would like a Private Taxi service ( take note that all Taxis in Aruba are private) and charge you a lot of money ( you don't see it because it's in the package).
They are actually doing bussiness with something they actually DO NOT own.
All they do is to contact a driver and arrange your pick up for you , and they charge you a substantial amount ( out of proportion) of which a very small amount goes to the driver and the rest they keep for themselves
This is absolutelly unnecessarry and a waste of money.
If for one reason or another you still would like to have a Taxi that is not in line to pick you up, then you can deal with the Taxi coop in Aruba directly or you can call the concierge desk of the hotel you are going to stay at and let them arrange that for you, but again there's actually no need for this since there are always Taxis lined up right in front of the arrivals hall and it will be only a 1/2 minute walk.
You will be saving a LOT of money this way.
Don't let any transfer company who owns busses tell you they own Taxis too, this is untrue.
The fact of the matter is that lots of people (mostly regulars)
don't like the hassle of having to wait in line to board the bus and then having to wait for this to be loaded so it can finally move and then having to make so many stops before being dropped off at their hotel.
For this reason most people nowadays prefer to take a Taxi, it's easier, faster and a LOT cheaper than the transfer bus.
Knowing this certain transfer companies offer you a Taxi service( which they do not own) through a travel agency so they don't loose bussiness.
A tipical ride from the airport to your hotel would be around 20 to 25 min. depending on the traffic one way non stop.
The Taxi drivers motto in Aruba is 5 star Hotels, 5 star guests and 5 star Taxis.
The only 2 tipes of public transportation that are allowed to stand right in front of your hotel are 1/ Limousines and 2/ Taxis.
Not every day there are Limousines standing outside , but Taxis do stand every day 24hrs to serve you .

Arubalisa
05-04-2008, 10:43 PM
http://taxiaruba.com/new/farelist.html (http://taxiaruba.com/new/farelist.html)
http://taxiaruba.com/new/policy.html (http://taxiaruba.com/new/policy.html)

tds-ken
05-05-2008, 11:53 AM
I do know that they have started to raise prices!!!:(:(:(:confused:

Arubalisa
05-05-2008, 12:05 PM
I do know that they have started to raise prices!!!:(:(:(:confused:
But why is it not listed anywhere?

tds-ken
05-05-2008, 12:08 PM
Who knows why things are the way they are! But I know what the price is from the airport to our destination, it is the same each time and it is going up. :confused::confused::confused:

lobe
05-05-2008, 07:09 PM
Some drivers have become so greedy they now ignore the government-set rates and charge whatever they want (A $17 taxi from the airport became a $40 one two years ago when an unscrupulous driver demanded $20 from each of us sharing the cab). This is one more reason why we now rent a car and drive wherever, whenever we want.

bella90210
05-05-2008, 07:16 PM
How much does a rental car cost? Is it hard to drive in aruba?

Cyrilo Croes
05-05-2008, 08:08 PM
Most restaurants as well as casinos and the touristy places are conveniently located in the area of the low-rise and high-rise hotels ,very close to your hotel thus.
the Taxi fares range between $6 to $8 to any of these restaurants. To town shopping the fare ranges between $8 to $10 depending in which hotel you're staying.
Moving around in Taxis is safe and does'nt cost as much as if you were renting a car.
Renting a car might be a convenience but you're actually paying for something that most of the time you won't be using but still are paying for it even though most of the time it's parked in your hotel parking lot.
Put a scratch on it and they will take your car insurance fee.
Make a schedule of the places and restaurants that you would like to visit and you can figure out how much it's going to cost you ,which is a lot less and with no risk att all.
Unfortunatelly one of the things we're not so happy to brag about is our "traffic", we have one of the worst traffic if not the worst traffic in the carribbean with the most casualties.
So you will be a lot safer taking a Taxi and let a local who knows our traffic drive you around and besides it's a lot less expensive than renting a car. Be safe.

Cyrilo Croes
05-05-2008, 08:09 PM
Most restaurants as well as casinos and the touristy places are conveniently located in the area of the low-rise and the high-rise hotel areas,very close to your hotel thus.
the Taxi fares range between $6 to $8 to any of these restaurants. To town shopping the fare ranges between $8 to $10 depending in which hotel you're staying.
Moving around in Taxis is safe and does'nt cost as much as if you were renting a car.
Renting a car might be a convenience but you're actually paying for something that most of the time you won't be using but still are paying for it even though most of the time it's parked in your hotel parking lot.
Put a scratch on it and they will take your car insurance fee.
Make a schedule of the places and restaurants that you would like to visit and you can figure out how much it's going to cost you, which is a lot less and with no risk att all.
Unfortunatelly one of the things we're not so happy to brag about is our "traffic", we have one of the worst if not the worst traffic in the carribbean with the most casualties.
So you will be a lot safer taking a Taxi and let a local who knows our traffic drive you around and besides it's a lot less expensive than renting a car. Be safe.

pkornnh
05-05-2008, 08:37 PM
It appears that you have never driven in Boston, New York, LA, or San Francisco.
That said we have rented for 3 out of our 5 trips, either way works.
The taxi's have never been an issue. The Buses run regular, are safe, and clean.
Rented once from Avis, once from Hertz, and in very shortly our second time from Thrifty. Never had an issue.
Yes, most things are close, but the convince of having a car on hands outweighs the wait for taxi's or buses. At an average of less than $30 a day IMHO it is the way to go for me.

Cyrilo Croes
05-06-2008, 06:08 PM
There is no such thing as "Tips included", tipping comes from the heart, at your own discretion and is NO obligation.
Taxi drivers do not rely on "tips" they work on their own and are self employed.
Tipping for excelent service is always welcome if you wish so with NO obligation.

marc
05-07-2008, 04:00 PM
you can also order a private transfers limo service,there will be some one to meet you at the arrival terminal after clearing custom no need to wait for a taxi
or for the buses
info@limousinearuba.com

Cyrilo Croes
05-19-2008, 01:07 AM
For those who come to visit us for the first time there's no need to prearrange for a Taxi, there are 400 Taxi's on the Island and most of them are lined-up right in front of the Arivalls hall at the Airport practically everyday only a few meters away from the exit.
If you insist though that you do want a Taxi that is not in line to pick you up then it is one of the same Taxi's that ussually stand in line everyday that will go out of the way and stand somewhere else to accomodate you.
It will cost you a lot more simply because the Taxi driver will have to go the Airport very early in case the flight comes in earlier than scheduled and he cannot take any fares because he's there waiting on you.
When the flight finally arrives and if it's on time with no delays, it will be some time before the passengers get through Immigration and customs and are ready to exit the Airport and finally take their Taxi.
Instead of you paying f.e. $25 , you might end up paying even 3 times that amount.
It is a waste of money and totally unnecessary.
I hope this answers you question

Cyrilo Croes
05-19-2008, 01:33 AM
Do not accept Taxi solicitations in the Arrivalls building from anybody.
Taxi drivers are NOT allowed to hustle for fares, they're supposed to be outside in or by their Taxis waiting for passengers.
Do not allow Taxi drivers to board on other people in their Taxi's who are NOT part of your group without your consentment, he's NOT allowed to do this.
He's NOT even allowed to talk customers into taking a cab, it's a gainst the law.
Some drivers are greedy and like to hustle by taking two fares in one which is against the law and charge for two different fares.
Remember that a Taxi driver has a Taxi permit ,NOT a bus permit and he has to respect your privacy and is NOT allowed to take other passengers in his cab without your consentment.
Regards

cindyo
05-19-2008, 07:40 AM
Cyrilo...Sorry, I like knowing that someone is waiting for me at the arrival gate, and has a big enough van to take us to our hotel. I will always arrange for a pickup from now on, makes life easier for us with 9, yes, 9 suitcases and 4 people.

Arubalisa
05-19-2008, 08:48 AM
If you insist though that you do want a Taxi that is not in line to pick you up then it is one of the same Taxi's that ussually stand in line everyday that will go out of the way and stand somewhere else to accomodate you.
It will cost you a lot more simply because the Taxi driver will have to go the Airport very early in case the flight comes in earlier than scheduled and he cannot take any fares because he's there waiting on you.
When the flight finally arrives and if it's on time with no delays, it will be some time before the passengers get through Immigration and customs and are ready to exit the Airport and finally take their Taxi.
Instead of you paying f.e. $25 , you might end up paying even 3 times that amount.
It is a waste of money and totally unnecessary.
I hope this answers you question
Maybe I am confused :rolleyes:, but the taxi driver we use, who like Cindy, meets us outside of Aruba Customs, does not charge us one penney extra.

Needless to say because we appreciate the personalized service we tip the driver for his having to wait for our flight. FWIW, we have been using taxi drivers to pick us up "inside" going back 6 or 7 years and have never been asked to pay a single extra cent.

"It will cost you a lot more simply because the Taxi driver will have to go the Airport very early"
We have found this NOT to the case.

Cyrilo Croes
05-19-2008, 11:52 AM
Maybe not in your case ,probably you people have develloped a personal friendship with this Taxi Driver in particular " THE TAXI DRIVER WE USE" ,and I'm very glad you don't have to pay any extra for this for after all it is his prerogative whether he want's to charge you for the waiting time or not, it does'nt mean though he does'nt have the right to do so if he wants to.
I live here full time and know what I'm talking about.
you can check for yourself in one of these same pages compliants about some drivers charging even up to $60 for a "private service".
If someone does'nt want to take a Taxi in line and want a "private service" ( as a matter of fact all Taxis are private ) then it is logical to assume that it will cost more than the average fare, this is logics.
practically all Taxi drivers on the Island have cell phones but we rather do not give our numbers for pick-ups at the Airport,at least NOT at the Airport ,can you imagine the chaos this would be if every and eachTaxi driver have their own "private" appointments to pick up people at the Airport?
We do not do this out of respect that every and each Taxi driver has the right to earn a living and that's why there's a Taxi line and thank god MOST people( 99.9%) do prefer and respect this Taxi line.
Regards.

cindyo
05-19-2008, 03:07 PM
How about we end this thread as it in turning into the theatre of the ubsurd.

maryann
05-23-2008, 02:02 AM
$60 for two people from airport is high. We usually pay around $20 - maybe a little more. It is not a long ride from the airport to the Marriott.
Enjoy your stay/

Bryan Morris
05-23-2008, 10:16 AM
We are staying at the Marriott in May. Other posters have told me the taxi fare with tip included should be around $20 - $25

I second this notion.

Bryan Morris

Arubalisa
05-23-2008, 10:49 AM
I second this notion.

Bryan Morris
Third, all in favor...

http://taxiaruba.com/new/farelist.html (http://taxiaruba.com/new/farelist.html)

http://taxiaruba.com/new/policy.html (http://taxiaruba.com/new/policy.html)

"Prices are based on distance with a maximum capacity of 5 passengers per taxi;
Sundays, official holidays and after midnight there will be a surcharge of Awg. 5.40 / US$ 3.00 to the regular fares;
Each passenger from and to the airport is allowed on piece of luggage. For each additional piece of luggage there will be an additional charge of Awg. 3.60 / US$ 2.00 per piece; "

Cyrilo Croes
05-27-2008, 09:20 PM
I'm glad you mentioned "some" drivers , I can guarantee you that most are very honest and hard working people.
If you feel you are being overcharged what you should do is ask for a receipt and let the driver specify exactly what he's charging for and make sure his Taxi-license plate number is on the receipt.
for compliments or complaints call 5824140,Dept of public transportation.
Regards.

rob o
05-27-2008, 09:33 PM
Third, all in favor...

http://taxiaruba.com/new/farelist.html (http://taxiaruba.com/new/farelist.html)

http://taxiaruba.com/new/policy.html (http://taxiaruba.com/new/policy.html)

"Prices are based on distance with a maximum capacity of 5 passengers per taxi;
Sundays, official holidays and after midnight there will be a surcharge of Awg. 5.40 / US$ 3.00 to the regular fares;
Each passenger from and to the airport is allowed on piece of luggage. For each additional piece of luggage there will be an additional charge of Awg. 3.60 / US$ 2.00 per piece; "

Arubalisa....you've done it again....you are the source of all things Aruba. This farelist is a "print and take to Aruba" table. Thanks!

taxidriver
05-27-2008, 11:00 PM
hi CINDYO hi ARUBALISA i will be always there at the airport for you and every body that request for me. I thing that somebody does not know the meaning of the word REQUEST. regards your best friend in aruba BULLY

rob o
05-28-2008, 05:35 AM
hi CINDYO hi ARUBALISA i will be always there at the airport for you and every body that request for me. I thing that somebody does not know the meaning of the word REQUEST. regards your best friend in aruba BULLY

Bully....WELCOME TO THE SITE!!!

You forgot me, Rob O (cindyo's husband).

We appreciate the great service you provided us, especially on our departure day and look forward to our "pick-up" on April 10th! Just 317 days away!

cindyo
05-28-2008, 09:12 AM
Bully, you are the best.... I will be the first to compliment and the first to criticize...You are what Aruba is all about, hats off to you ! I recommend you to everyone on this site. Thank you for your outstanding service...others should know you are there. To know you are there waiting for us at the airport is GREAT.
(P.S. check out his photo on this site...then look for him at the airport.....)

Arubalisa
05-28-2008, 09:40 AM
Bully, you are the best.... I will be the first to compliment and the first to criticize...You are what Aruba is all about, hats off to you ! I recommend you to everyone on this site. Thank you for your outstanding service...others should know you are there. To know you are there waiting for us at the airport is GREAT.
(P.S. check out his photo on this site...then look for him at the airport.....)
I could not have said it any better.

Bully will show you the true spirit of the Aruban people.

cindyo
05-28-2008, 11:02 AM
Cyrilo, can we please stop this taxi cab thread. Haven't you said enough already? cindyo

Andrea J.
05-28-2008, 11:35 AM
i am not in favor of closing the thread.

that being said, i do want this topic to stay focused and not into a contest of he said, she said, etc....

i am glad to see that bully joined the forum.
maybe having 2 taxi drivers onboard can give us an enlightening of how it is done.
or, have we heard enough?

we have heard from cyilo and i would like to hear bully's views if he so desires to post.

again let us stay focused and if there is nothing more to say
re: taxis, let this thread die out without me closing it.

andrea

Cyrilo Croes
05-28-2008, 05:25 PM
I stopped a long time ago.
I don't understand why you're asking me this.
The latest on this thread is this last post of yours asking me for something that i did already, I stopped with this topic a long time ago since I feel I've given enough info abouth what people have been asking and besides there has'nt been more questions about this topic so I don't have to post more info about it.
Should anybody like to ask me for new info though ,then I will definatelly provide the info they are requesting for after all this bulleting board is not mine and as long people ask questions I will definatelly answer them.
So it's up to the
PEOPLE and MYSELF depending if they would like more info that this topic will remain or not on this bulletin board.
Regards

Cyrilo Croes
05-28-2008, 05:54 PM
Thanks to all those who have been sending me "private messages".
Thank you for your words of support and endorsement.
Any questions that you might have pls feel free to do so anytime.
Thanks for logging in to my private Website .
Thanks to all of you who have toured the Island with me and for recomending me.
Thanks for the referrals.
Regards

cindyo
05-29-2008, 06:56 AM
Cyrilio,
I have to apologize if my candid response of the taxi issues offended you. I have no right to ask you to stop posting on this topic...My only beef was that I liked knowing someone, BULLY, was there to pick us up. He is dependable and a true gentleman. End of topic for me.