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  • Has anyone Been to Aruba?

    I am planning on going to Aruba with my Dad and hisgirlfriend and my brother and his wife and the 2 girls, Shannon,6, Caelin who will be 4 in August with Cathies Mom and Dad. WE are going in October. Do you know what there is to eat? I have never been. I found out Dad and Odette were going and I felt left out when I found this all out and called my brother, he said I could come as long as I pay my airfare and get a room. I would love a room by myself. Dad is going to help me. Does anyone know where I can get low airfares too? Thankyou. Hang in there. There is hope.
    Hang in there , There is hope.
    There is hope. Prayer works.

    Love, Debbie

  • #2
    Deb - I've never been there and don't know too much about cheap airfare, but HAVE FUN, you lucky girl, you!!!!!! scream

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    • #3
      Debbie, Take me please try
      have lots of fun and let us know all about it when you come home.. I will miss you angel
      'The will of God will never take you where the Grace of God will not protect you.'


      • #4
        One of my favorite places! There's always a breeze & has never had a hurricane. The people speak English, French & papasomething, their own language. I felt very safe on the island & one of the best meals we ever had was there. We still talk about it. A small restruant in town where you cook your own food on a lava rock! Ask around, I'm sure it's unique & people will know where it is & the name. Have a ball! Kathi :cool:
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        • #5
          Things have changed, I am not going. Dad doesn't want me to fly alone or have a room by myself and there is no room. I am disappointed but I am trying to say it wasn't meant to be.God must have other plans for me. Thanks for all your support.
          Hang in there , There is hope.
          There is hope. Prayer works.

          Love, Debbie


          • #6
            I am so sorry you are not going Deb. It is a wonderful island. It is very safe there.
            I would say Kathi that yes they do have hurricanes. I was there when they got a tail end of one. It flooded out the mall down by the cruise ships. It flooded the hotel rooms on the main floor by our resort. They had to shovel the sand out of the rooms.