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It was very helpful in picking out where to stay, where to eat, and everyth May I introduce myself?
Im Charlie Smith, and I very much want you to enjoy Aruba as much as I do.
And by the way, I would enjoy communicating with you via email.
Please feel free to email me with questions or suggestions or comments after you finish the booklet.
This e-booklet had its beginnings when friends and friends of friends asked me about Arubawhere to stay, what to do, and where to eat.
I started writing emails and adding to a growing document describing how to enjoy their stay in Paradise.
And frankly, it took a long time for me to make the transition from a resident mentality to a tourist mentalityto stop thinking, This isnt the way it was when we lived here. Read on The problem is that there are MANY ways to enjoy Aruba, and none of them is wrong.
When the lesson of accepting Aruba as it now is finally was learned, our enjoyment of the island increased many times over. It depends on what you like, and where you want to spend your time and money.
) Charles, Just wanted to let you know that we really enjoyed your e-book. Smith, I would like to congratulate you on your e-book "How To Enjoy Aruba", it's just amazing.Im sure it took you quite some time to compile and I thank you for making this available to us non-world travelers!MBCJust want to thank you for your wonderfully informative e-book. We went for our second trip to Aruba this past July, newly armed with your e-book.Over the years Ive enjoyed reading about Charlies trips to Aruba, his recommendations, his insightand, of course his wonderful pictures.Aruba is rich with so many different activities, history, incredible scenery, amazing food, and wonderful people--so please do not limit yourself to the confines of a resort. Charlie has written a very thorough e-booklet about Aruba that captures almost every question that you might ask as a first time traveler, and it also includes updated information for those who travel to Aruba on an annual basis.