While in Aruba Maggie spends her time preparing for her dream job of being, a professional beach bum. In the rare times when Maggie is not lounging around on one of Aruba’s beautiful beaches she also likes exploring the rugged North Shore of Aruba. At night there is a game called, “which Palm Beach restaurant is my favorite?” Maggie plays.
Just like the rest of us it’s clear that Maggie loves Aruba and I really think that comes across in this interview. She shares some of her favorite restaurants, activities, resources and at the end enters into the eye of the hurricane.
In This Episode You Will:
- Get an idea of what type of accomodations Maggie likes to book
- Hear about some of Maggie’s favorite places to eat in Aruba
- Get Maggie’s thoughts on “the crying room”
- Learn which Aruban policy Maggie thinks should be changed
- FInd out Maggie’s view on the best way to relax on the water
- Hear what Maggie listens to while lounging on the beach
- Tango Argentine Grill
- Marina Pirata
- Fermin’s BarBQ
- Casa Tua
- Salt and Pepper
- Madame Jeanette’s
Links and Resources Mentioned in this episode:
- Aruba.com – The official Aruba Tourism Authority website. The forums are my favorite part.
- Bentpage.net – A travel blog belonging to Author Daniel Putkowski. Many Aruba focused articles focusing on “off the beaten path” dining.
- VRBO – Vacation rental by owner – Maggie’s favorite place to find and book a place to stay in Aruba.
- Papasan floating chairs– Possibly the most comfortable water float ever made. I could probably fall asleep in it. Use it as a chair or lay all the way back if you’d like. Inflates and deflates quickly (my guess is under 30 seconds) and packs flat.
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Thank you so much for taking the time to listen to the second episode of “One Happy Podcast”. If you have any suggestions for the show I would love to hear from you. Also, if you would like to be a guest on a future episode please contact me. Whether you are an Aruba veteran, newbie or something in between you have a story to tell and I’d love to help you share it.