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    Weather in November ?

    At last we are making plans to return after cancelling our trip last year (don't remember why).

    We have previously visited August/September and I wondered if there was anything about November's weather that would put us off?
    Also any plus points about November would be nice too.

    We can't come earlier due to house selling/buying (most stressful thing for a while).


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    weather in November is pretty much the same as the rest of the year....sunny, hot, windy and more passing quick showers than in the spring or summer.this past November, Dec was wetter and the showers lingered more, but no wash out days.
    I also believe that Jan an Feb 2021 was a bit wetter than usual.
    do not expect any full rain days...the showers are usually brief enough that one just stays put under their umbrella and wait it out.

    Quote Originally Posted by sundialSoft View Post
    At last we are making plans to return after cancelling our trip last year (don't remember why).

    We have previously visited August/September and I wondered if there was anything about November's weather that would put us off?
    Also any plus points about November would be nice too.

    We can't come earlier due to house selling/buying (most stressful thing for a while).


    All the best.

    Ian & Margaret
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    We often go over Thanksgiving and have not found much difference in the weather. You may get up in the morning and see that it has rained overnight.

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    Thanks folks. Everything hangs on where Aruba ends up for UK travel advice. A high level of vaccination on the island is the biggest factor. We don't mind getting tested even though we will have had 2 vaccinations & maybe even a booster by then but we cannot afford the time to isolate in a hotel at home.

    It will also be essential that masks on the beach are not required. If they are then it's not a real holiday and we won't come until masks are gone. We went to Majorca last year when our Aruba trip was cancelled and masks were required everywhere but the beach. Fingers crossed as a nice relaxing week in the sun would be amazing.
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    no masks on the beach.
    QUOTE=sundialSoft;376308]Thanks folks. Everything hangs on where Aruba ends up for UK travel advice. A high level of vaccination on the island is the biggest factor. We don't mind getting tested even though we will have had 2 vaccinations & maybe even a booster by then but we cannot afford the time to isolate in a hotel at home.

    It will also be essential that masks on the beach are not required. If they are then it's not a real holiday and we won't come until masks are gone. We went to Majorca last year when our Aruba trip was cancelled and masks were required everywhere but the beach. Fingers crossed as a nice relaxing week in the sun would be amazing.[/QUOTE]
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    if you want to discuss masks on the beach and the Cove stuff, pls go to "All things Covid" section.

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    no masks on the beach.
    QUOTE=sundialSoft;376308]Thanks folks. Everything hangs on where Aruba ends up for UK travel advice. A high level of vaccination on the island is the biggest factor. We don't mind getting tested even though we will have had 2 vaccinations & maybe even a booster by then but we cannot afford the time to isolate in a hotel at home.

    It will also be essential that masks on the beach are not required. If they are then it's not a real holiday and we won't come until masks are gone. We went to Majorca last year when our Aruba trip was cancelled and masks were required everywhere but the beach. Fingers crossed as a nice relaxing week in the sun would be amazing.
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