Tuesday, August 30, 2011

El Gaucho Expands Its Already Extensive Menu With New Dishes

August 15th, 2011

Just when you thought it couldn’t get better, it did. El Gaucho Argentine Grill has just recently introduced three new entrees, to rave reviews from fans and friends of the restaurant.

Expanding on the restaurant’s selection of seafood dishes, the chefs added a melt-in-your-mouth Chilean Sea Bass, to the list of main courses. At El Gaucho Argentine Grill the Sea Bass is served as a thick cut, with a perfect light sear on the outside and a juicy medium-rare inside, which is incredible delicious with drawn butter and a sprinkle of Japanese seaweed salad, besides the restaurant’s famed traditional sides.

Friday, August 26, 2011

Two Aruban Airlines Making Great Strides

Aruba Bound
July 25th, 2011

Last week, the official presentation of the Fokker 50 aircrafts to Insel Air International took place in Curacao. These are the new aircrafts acquired from KLM that will carry the Aruba logo. These aircrafts will be registered and stationed here on Aruba as soon as the AOC is completed. The Fokker 50’s will be part of the Insel Air International fleet along with their MD 80 which will all carry the Aruba branding. They will operate as a separate entity as Insel Air Aruba.

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Tera Park, A New “Green” Island Attraction

Date Monday, July 4th, 2011

A new island attraction within the tourism corridor promises to be a natural draw for both visitors as well as island residents. The proposed site of TERA Park includes plans for the development of a botanical garden, education center, bird observatory, art center and eco-restaurant within the Linear Park, at the intersection of Eagle and Palm Beach.

TERA Park is part of the TERA Aruba project, a non-profit enterprise devoted to the creation and operation of a multi-component, ecologically-based and educationally-focused attraction.

Monday, August 22, 2011

Top 10 All-Inclusives Beach Resorts for Exhausted Americans

aruba bound
Posted: 8/1/11 11:28 AM ET

America is now the "no-vacation nation." According to a recent Reuters poll, a little over half of American workers (57 percent) use their full vacation allotment.

Even when Americans do manage to pull themselves away from work to travel domestically or to cities abroad, they manage to remain plugged in just in case the boss needs a report written or a last-minute project completed. This defeats the purpose of a vacation--leaving work and worries behind to relax, de-stress, and unwind.