Our day in Aruba was far, far too hot and humid for me. I felt as if I were melting just standing outside in the shade.

We went to the Butterfly Farm which was a great place for getting photos and I wish we could have stayed longer than the tour. Lots of interesting information on butterflies and the species but also just lots to see there and we only got a taste. The Natural Bridge, which has long since fallen and so you see where it was and the small one, was interesting and probably a must-see kind of place but not nearly as interesting as the Butterfly Farm.

Finally, the tour took us to a beach but only for an hour. No chairs, no umbrellas, which was unfortunate. And an hour really wasn’t enough time, particularly given that we were in Aruba until late that night and it was early morning. So that last part was disappointing, although the water was gorgeous.

I’d go back here, too, although I really liked the reefs on Bonaire better.

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