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    An interesting article

    https://ceoworld.biz/2019/11/03/the-...ravelers-2020/

    I read this 2x and found it to be dry and not overly descriptive.
    I think that if I were considering Aruba as a newbie to Aruba, it gives Aruba a pretty "MEH" description.

    Or possibly it is just me?

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    Good morning Andrea,

    I read the article three times, then did a cursory background on the source of the article, ceoword.biz. I have a couple of thoughts on it.

    First, it is likely not aimed at tourists.

    Second, it almost seems like it was written first in another language, then translated into English. Parts of it sound a little awkward. As always, just an opinion.

    "An abundance of natural resources". In Aruba? What? Where? Just asking.


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    aimed for business travelers
    natural resources..........water (desalinated) and aloe ?
    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn View Post
    Good morning Andrea,

    I read the article three times, then did a cursory background on the source of the article, ceoword.biz. I have a couple of thoughts on it.

    First, it is likely not aimed at tourists.

    Second, it almost seems like it was written first in another language, then translated into English. Parts of it sound a little awkward. As always, just an opinion.

    "An abundance of natural resources". In Aruba? What? Where? Just asking.


    Glenn

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    Kind of blah and they spelled Bucuti wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    aimed for business travelers
    natural resources..........water (desalinated) and aloe ?
    Right on both counts. I forgot about those. Being able to drink the water out of the tap and brush your teeth with it as well without problems is a definite positive aspect to any business trip.

    The political stability, relative personal safety and comfort, along with an educated workforce fluent in three or four languages would be other things in Aruba's favour for a business traveller, yet these are not mentioned.
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    Aruba has great fishing too.
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