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Aruba Nights Island Guide
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    Honeymoon

    We are going to Aruba for our honeymoon and it is our first time out of the country. Is there anything that we should know about, like we should or should not do (cultural)? Is there a website to look at for this?

    Also, we will be staying at the RIU. Any experiences that people could share? Places near by to visit, and stuff we must do?

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    hi WSO
    re: cultural stuff.
    aruba is very multicultural.
    remember that in the caribbean most everything is on a slower pace than here in the usa.

    go to the aruba.com homepage and read about the aruban people and traditions.

    the riu is a magnificent property.

    come back to this community forum and read culinary watersports nightlife and aruba general

    then ask MANY questions
    andrea

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    i heard that it is rude for men to have open toed shoes on in public, but it is ok for women. is this true?
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    untrue
    my husband wears TEVA sandals practically everywhere in aruba

    now if he were going to a restaurant like ledome (which is now closed) or Chez Mathilde now known as M he would not wear the TEVAs.

    flip flops are probably not acceptable at some indoor seating restuarants

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhiteSideOut View Post
    i heard that it is rude for men to have open toed shoes on in public, but it is ok for women. is this true?

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