Although Aruba is not large enough to have a self-sustained gay scene, but this tropical paradise of an island is all-around gay-friendly and has launched several campaigns aimed at attracting LGBT visitors. Most hotels and resorts are welcoming of gay guests and several are happy to throw you a gay wedding. The... More
One of the best beaches in the CarribeanThis beach off the main road is considered one of the best in the Caribbean, and of course, it's now a hotspot for resorts. It offers the opportunity... More
Too much Smoking!You walk in and it's very quaint, but then there's the smoking... it's like an old man's dive bar or a casino with all the smoking. Couldn't take it, so we mostly stayed in the outside. We walked in at around 11:30 PM. Then left an hour later. "Cocktail" Happy Hour was the only good thing about it. Their happy hour stopped at midnight. A gin & tonic was only $3, and the even used Bombay and/or Hendricks if you wanted - same price! Music was good, mostly Spanish, which can get old. The DJ through in some Robyn (Dutch artist) which was great, but only once... Unfortunately, the smoking effected our lungs, we won't be going back there. Bummer because it had a great review. We went on a Saturday night, and it was not hopping. There was maybe 20 people, half teenagers, half older men and about 6 girls. I say girl, because I think they were younger than 21. But then again young adults today look TOO young. I don't recommend this place for NON-smokers. I'm still hacking up a losing. They should constrict the smoking to just outside in the back, it's a very large outside area with more tables than inside. Would bring more business for them I think. Not everyone love inhaling smoke while trying to dance. Anyways, that's our thought.
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