Posted January 26, 2011 by BookingBuddy
Discover an island paradise with white sandy beaches, clear blue waters and perfect weather all year. Aruba has all these and more – distinctive scenery, scrumptious food and historic towns. Unforgettable sights here include natural stone bridges and lopsided trees, as well as the flamboyant historic architecture in the capital Oranjestad. A trip to the Arikok National Park is a great way to admire the island’s indigenous flora and fauna.
Gasparito – This family-owned restaurant is located in the homestead of the Ridderstap family. It is also an art gallery, with most of the dining room walls covered in works by local artists. The menu is a combination of local specialties and well-known favourites. Keshi yena is a plate of melted cheese, served with either seafood or chicken. There’s also the Aruban combo - a platter of local favourites – for those who can’t decide what to pick.
My Aruban Home – Enjoy the comforts of home while in Aruba, with a stay at My Aruban Home. The resort’s name gives you a good idea of what you can expect here – a relaxing, homely atmosphere in comfortable accommodation. The units consist of kitchenettes and living areas, and come fully air-conditioned to help you beat the heat. Room rates start from £47, and include pick-up and drop-off at the airport.
Arikok National Park – Discover Aruba’s unique plant and animal life within the confines of Arikok National Park. The park shelters a number of animals found only on Aruba, such as the cat-eyed snake, the Aruban rattlesnake, and the Aruban burrowing owl. There are also some archaeological sites in Arikok, as well as the remains of a goldmining complex known as Miralamar.
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