Friday, May 17, 2013

Timeshare Advertiser Releases Top 10 Resort List In Time For Summer

The leading timeshare resale and rental advertising company announces its most popular rental resorts.

Timeshare rental accommodation is becoming more of a sought-after product as consumers discover the major advantages to renting a timeshare holiday apartment compared to a regular hotel room.

Merrimack, NH (PRWEB) May 14, 2013- Timeshare resale and rental advertising leader has released its Top 10 List of the most popular resorts advertised on its industry-leading online platform. The list was compiled by the number of rental offers placed by consumers looking for timeshare rental accommodation available through the website.

Aruba resorts dominate the list, taking four of the top 10 spots. International resorts take five of the 10 positions, with the usual U.S. destinations of Orlando, Hawaii and Las Vegas also appearing on the list.

Thursday, May 16, 2013

Aruba Airport proudly launched its new website

Aruba Bound
Land on the new

ORANJESTAD: Aruba Airport Authority N.V. (AAA) is very happy to announce to all aviation fans and users that it has launched its brand new website!

This new website has a completely new look and feel and matches all the recent renovations and expansions at the airport. The new website is very easy for travelers to use and information can be found fast without having to go through the whole website.

Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Bucuti & Tara Beach Resorts

Bucuti Winter Newsletter

"We have a number of major changes underway here at Bucuti and lots of good news to share with our valued guests. First and foremost, the time has come for us to replace the iconic galleon-shaped Pirate's Nest restaurant on our beach with a spectacular contemporary facility that will be called Elements. We have recently received the necessary permits to proceed with this upgrade and have finalized an agreement on the timeline with the contractor.

The project will take place between May 13 and August 11, 2013 and will entail three phases described below.

PHASE 1 (May 13 through May 31)
The project will begin with the demolition of the ship and the excavation of the foundation for the new structure. As this phase will involve substantial noise and equipment, we have decided that it is in the best interest of our guests to close out the entire resort during this three week period.

PHASE 2 (June 1 - July 5)
This time period entails the assembly of prefabricated elements of the structure within a fenced enclosure, which will be much less disruptive than Phase 1. We are familiar with this method of construction as it is the same as the one we utilized for the Tara extension and our new Fitness Center in our garden these past couple of months. To minimize any disruption, work will take place between 9:30 am and 6:00 pm. Since our beachfront restaurant will not yet be complete, we will be serving breakfast, lunch and dinner in our Tara Lounge. The renowned Carte Blanche Restaurant with its' Chef's Table concept will also be open and accepting dinner reservations five nights a week.

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Bird Watching and Bird Conservation on Aruba

Aruba Bound
ARUBA May 7th, 2013- Soothing, relaxing, connecting with nature…these are some of the attributes many find in the activity of bird watching. It’s a growing hobby worldwide, and here in Aruba with some 236 registered species of birds locals and visitors to our island are captivated with “birding” opportunities. Aruba’s semi-arid climate, diverse flora and fauna, and unique landscapes of beaches, reefs, mangroves, marshes, rolling countryside, and lushly landscaped resorts are havens for species that take up permanent residence, as well as those species just passing through for rest and refueling before journeying on to North or South America.