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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    Here are some of Phrogg's Fotos

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    tiramisu martini from Amore Mio tonight. (Oh noooo!!) It was AMAZING.





    The next two are some of my many drinks from Bugaloe yesterday. Heh.


    The last is of the palapas from the view at Bugaloe.


    Crazy how empty everything is!!


    Thank you!!!!!!
    Pictures from our Oct 2020 trip: https://photos.app.goo.gl/TGHm1uumCXGEkEHv5


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    Quote Originally Posted by LisaGrn View Post
    Aaaahhh, the Black Pearl...the rum punch...the grilled cheese...the rum punch...
    I like the way you think!!! Hahaha!! We need to see if our paths ever cross here or otherwise!!
    Pictures from our Oct 2020 trip: https://photos.app.goo.gl/TGHm1uumCXGEkEHv5


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    Phrogg's 2nd Aruba Trip-screen-shot-2020-10-27-8-54-11-pm-jpgPhrogg's 2nd Aruba Trip-screen-shot-2020-10-27-8-46-10-pm-jpgPhrogg's 2nd Aruba Trip-screen-shot-2020-10-27-8-45-41-pm-jpg

    rocket launch contrail

    fish pedicure

    djucu nuts?
    November 26 - December 10 Photos https://photos.app.goo.gl/K6JFHPUx18oB69Nh7
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    Phrogg's 2nd Aruba Trip-screen-shot-2020-10-27-8-54-11-pm-jpgPhrogg's 2nd Aruba Trip-screen-shot-2020-10-27-8-46-10-pm-jpgPhrogg's 2nd Aruba Trip-screen-shot-2020-10-27-8-45-41-pm-jpg

    rocket launch contrail

    fish pedicure

    djucu nuts?
    Thank you for posting these and the others!!!
    Pictures from our Oct 2020 trip: https://photos.app.goo.gl/TGHm1uumCXGEkEHv5


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    The nuts look like they could be djucu. Do they have a black ring around the center?

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    you are welcome!!

    send some more tomorrow.

    Quote Originally Posted by phrogg108 View Post
    Thank you for posting these and the others!!!
    November 26 - December 10 Photos https://photos.app.goo.gl/K6JFHPUx18oB69Nh7
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pegmeister View Post
    The nuts look like they could be djucu. Do they have a black ring around the center?
    I will check them out in the daylight tomorrow. I think they might be what you were looking for!!
    Pictures from our Oct 2020 trip: https://photos.app.goo.gl/TGHm1uumCXGEkEHv5


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    The rocket launch looked really cool. You were so lucky to have seen it!
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    Regarding the quest for Slippery Monkeys....the Marriott bars have a two for one special on drinks in the afternoon. I think happy hour starts at 1pm (or it might be 2pm) and lasts for several hours throughout the afternoon. After that, Slippery Monkeys are full price (~$12 each - ouch) so it is best to visit the Marriott in the afternoon to try your first monkeys. Also - but sure to ask the bartender to pour rum in the straw! (it is like a "shot" when you take your first sip).

    Since you "loved" your drive through the Arikok National Park, I thought you might like to visit a small walkway/pathway in the Palm Beach area that is built in the shape of that road. If you are on Palm Beach, go to the Pelican Pier (the pier between Holiday Inn & Playa Linda Resorts). There is typically a carpet that leads from the pier, over the sand, and leads you up to a parking lot / pathway that leads you out to the Palm Beach road (the one that runs along the Palm Beach resorts). The pathway (that leads you from beach to the road) is designed to be a miniature of the road that runs across the Arikok National Park. It is an S-Shaped cement path with a pattern of strips of stone running horizontally across it, to simulate the drainage ditches. It is an interesting design. We usually take a picture of the path so it becomes a visual aid whenever trying to describe to someone about driving on the Arikok park road.
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    thanks chris
    I never knew about that path designed to be like the Arikok!!

    Quote Originally Posted by SkiChris View Post
    Regarding the quest for Slippery Monkeys....the Marriott bars have a two for one special on drinks in the afternoon. I think happy hour starts at 1pm (or it might be 2pm) and lasts for several hours throughout the afternoon. After that, Slippery Monkeys are full price (~$12 each - ouch) so it is best to visit the Marriott in the afternoon to try your first monkeys. Also - but sure to ask the bartender to pour rum in the straw! (it is like a "shot" when you take your first sip).

    Since you "loved" your drive through the Arikok National Park, I thought you might like to visit a small walkway/pathway in the Palm Beach area that is built in the shape of that road. If you are on Palm Beach, go to the Pelican Pier (the pier between Holiday Inn & Playa Linda Resorts). There is typically a carpet that leads from the pier, over the sand, and leads you up to a parking lot / pathway that leads you out to the Palm Beach road (the one that runs along the Palm Beach resorts). The pathway (that leads you from beach to the road) is designed to be a miniature of the road that runs across the Arikok National Park. It is an S-Shaped cement path with a pattern of strips of stone running horizontally across it, to simulate the drainage ditches. It is an interesting design. We usually take a picture of the path so it becomes a visual aid whenever trying to describe to someone about driving on the Arikok park road.
    November 26 - December 10 Photos https://photos.app.goo.gl/K6JFHPUx18oB69Nh7
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