Posts Tagged ‘ Aruba ’

Is 30 hours enough?

Aug 14th, 2020 | By

The government argument is that when there is sufficient evidence to remove a destination from the green list it should be done speedily

The Caribbean re-opens

Jul 3rd, 2020 | By

As the Caribbean opens up it just is waiting for one for vital ingredient – you to visit it.

Saturday snippets: 4th February 2017

Feb 4th, 2017 | By

Security concerns at Cambeltown Airport, taxes, sales and St Bernard’s seem to be to the fore this week. Luckily it is time for the comedy festivals to come along and cheer me up!

Saturday snippets: 21st May 2016

May 21st, 2016 | By

Will Adrian be the 50th millionth visitor at Drayton Park or even one of 6,000 on the biggest cruise ship in the world? Probably not!

Aruba “Happy Flow”

Dec 25th, 2015 | By

Happy Flow, having been developed on the Caribbean island of Aruba is deserving of thanks and applause.

Aruba: coming to a travel agent near you

Jul 13th, 2015 | By

Suddenly our package holiday industry has realised that Aruba exists whereas up until now it has been the province of the specialist tour operators.

Saturday snippets: 18th April 2015

Apr 18th, 2015 | By

From new planetariums to “new” castles, Adrian rounds up the stories of the week that you might have missed.

Saturday snippets: 24th January 2015

Jan 24th, 2015 | By
tourist buses

Adrian sums up a week by mentioning three forthcoming anniversaries whilst wondering what might happen now that Scotloand will given control over APD.

Oranjestad changes

Oct 21st, 2014 | By

The capital of the Caribbean island of Aruba – Oranjestad – is fighting back against the drift of tourist and tourist offerings to other parts of the island

Saturday snippets: 10th May 2014

May 10th, 2014 | By

In a busy week, Adrian covers eleven stories that you might not have read about includingb a new Charlie Chaplin museum, pálinka tasting in Budapest and dragon boat racing in Macau.

Bon Bini! Curacao has it all in one very small island

May 25th, 2013 | By

Irene Thomas found Curacao the most successfully diverse country she has ever visited – and one of the most beautiful as well