Anyone went/going away this summer

I’m leaving the country going to Aruba this sunday for a 2 week stay. I have timeshare in Marriot surf club there. I’ve been to aruba 5 times before. But this will be my first year with the timeshare we just bought that last year. I’ve done snorkling, banana boat, i went to hooters there, a few dance clubs, i’ve rented a jeep to go around Aruba visit a zoo, went shopping, never gambled yet though (im 15), i’ve tanned insanely too much. i’ve done everything there. What should i do for these 2 weeks? do you think 2 weeks will be too much and boring? What else do i do?

BTW please don’t mention the natalie holloway BS. It was the 1st and last crime thing that happend in Aruba. It’s not like where you live there is no crime so don’t act like an idiot and say “ohh no you’re going to aruba, i wouldn’t go there i woudln’t want my daughter/sister to be kidnapped”. If you don’t go there fine, 1 less idiot in Aruba will only help it not hurt it.

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7 Responses to Anyone went/going away this summer

  1. blueberry June 11, 2009 at 10:43 am #

    lucky you

  2. amanda June 11, 2009 at 10:43 am #

    go and talk to locals and ask if there are any hidden gems, or any hiking tours you could follow.

  3. ♥Tan of Cydonia♥™ June 11, 2009 at 10:43 am #

    Have fun!! Well today I’m going to my aunts in LA and then I am going to Vegas later this summer maybe. In the WInter time I’m going to the mountains for my birthday and I want to stay in a log cabin 🙂

  4. hottie_4798 June 11, 2009 at 10:43 am #

    i went to Kalahari in Sandusky,OH for one week
    so effin fun 🙂

  5. Malala June 11, 2009 at 10:43 am #

    Yes! i went to chile!! you should totaly go there!!! it’s awsome!!!

  6. Cutie June 11, 2009 at 10:43 am #

    I went to China it waz fun!! And i went to Beijing too. But the tour waz soooo tiring.

  7. Dan Roberts June 11, 2009 at 10:43 am #

    Spend a day at DePalm Island snorkeling with the Blue Parrot fish its fantastic! Also walk there are some great routes to the lighthouse or from the high-rises to the low-rises.