Just hanging out, smelling the salt in the air and watching the clouds go by. There is just something relaxing about the sights and sounds of life on the shoreline, particularly in the tropics.
When you think of Aruba visions of pristine beaches and aqua green water come to mind but like most places, there is far more to see than the items appearing on the "Tourists Attractions" list. We visited the Casibari Rock Formations on our way to see the "natural bridge" on the other side of the island.
Well it's back to reality after a wonderful week in Aruba, the Dutch island that is part of the Netherlands Antilles. Aruba was settled in 1636 and many say that the weather hasn't changed since it's discovery.
We arrived to somewhat high winds, which persisted for most of the week with some breaks here and there but it was an amazingly pleasant visit. Most of my time was spent on the beach or in the gigantic hotel pool...