Sunday, May 3, 2009

Dining at the Tamarijn Aruba All Inclusive

Aruba Bound
Food at the Tamarijn Aruba is very very good. There is always something for everyone, including the children. Breakfast buffet at the Cunucu Terrace opens at 7 a.m.and is more than satisfying. There is a problem if you could not find something to your liking. Offerings included: yogurts, small platter of meats and cheese, chunks of fresh fruit: pineapple, orange, mango, melons, eggs cooked to order, hard boiled eggs, French toast, pancakes, pastries and breads, corned beef hash, scrambled eggs, sausage links, sausage patties, bacon, grilled tomatoes, Dutch potatoes (baked cubed potatoes with onion) and juices: fruit punch, orange, grapefruit, tomato and cranberry among others.

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Beach at the Tamarijn Aruba

For anyone familiar with the condtion of the Tamarijn's beach the past year and a half plus, these photos will be a nice surprise.

Beach conditions at the Tamarijn, as of mid-March 2009

Tamarijn Beach Photos Buildings 1100 - 1800

Tamarijn Beach Photos Buildings 1900 - 2500

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Getting Ready for Aruba

Our family is getting ready for our June visit to the Tamarijn.

There is not much planned as far as activities go this year. The most exciting thing we will be doing besides lounging beachside is taking the South Side Snorkel Lunch Tour on the Tranquilo.

We did this excursion a few years back and though we could have had better weather, it was a relaxing day of quiet sailing and fantastic snorkeling.

I wrote about our previous sail on Tranquilo here. We are again looking forward to sailing with Captain Anthony. One of our four favorite Aruba excursions. The others being, in no particular order-- the Island helicopter tour, Jolly Pirates & Kini Kini ATV tour.