Aruba flights for £269 in july via Skyscanner
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Aruba flights for £269 in july via Skyscanner

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Found 5th Jul 2017
Flights from Manchester to Aruba for £269 in July. Baggage extra.
Amazing price for a flight to the Caribbean, I went in April and loved it, lots of good deals on airbnb for accommodation, I stayed on a yacht for £300.
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    any links to yacht
    I have no idea where Abrua is in the world but at that price, I'm going, even if it's in North Korea. Heat added.
    Oh wow, my bucket list destination! Cant find that price - its coming up at 800 pounds + each for July....:(
    I want to go to Aruba and I want to stay on that yacht! Just been round the Med and really fancy a holiday on a yacht.
    Nice!
    Great!
    wolvesinwales

    http://abnb.me/EVmg/itlBOLYSxE


    Were there other guests on the boat as well? Really liked Aruba and never met anyone else that's been. It reminded me a lot of Cancun, Mexico (just without the drug dealers approaching you on every street). Went all inclusive but spent 50% of the meals in outside restaurants as there are loads.
    charliemike5 h, 31 m ago

    I have no idea where Abrua is in the world but at that price, I'm going, …I have no idea where Abrua is in the world but at that price, I'm going, even if it's in North Korea. Heat added.

    It's off the north coast of Venezuela.

    Very American destination, so service and facilities tend to be better than those catering for Europeans. We stayed at the Riu and the all inclusive included a full mini bar with optics in the room!
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    Jimmyboy3 h, 3 m ago

    Were there other guests on the boat as well? Really liked Aruba and never …Were there other guests on the boat as well? Really liked Aruba and never met anyone else that's been. It reminded me a lot of Cancun, Mexico (just without the drug dealers approaching you on every street). Went all inclusive but spent 50% of the meals in outside restaurants as there are loads.


    The Dutch owners live on there and there were a French couple staying in one of the other cabins. I travelled alone so it was a good option for me, would have been a bit cramped for a couple though. I basically just slept there and spent a bit of time sitting on deck watching the world go by.
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    redxena7 h, 36 m ago

    Oh wow, my bucket list destination! Cant find that price - its coming up …Oh wow, my bucket list destination! Cant find that price - its coming up at 800 pounds + each for July....:(


    July 10 to July 24 showing as £272 now.
    Original Poster
    Heres a video from the yacht, I'm surprised how cloudy it looks it was 86° every day.
    Lovely. I remember the pelicans everywhere.
    That yacht is very good price, obviously not ideal for everyone but £20-£30 a night is cheap as chips.
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    My impressions and recommendations from Aruba. As mentioned above very focussed on the American market so lots of designer shops by the cruise ship terminal.
    I was there on two of their bank holidays and Strangely hardly any shops open and even a few of my favourite bars were closed for the day. A cruise ship was there for the day on one of the bank holiday and there were hundreds walking around complaining about the lack of shopping, strange planning by the cruise ship.
    The island measures 19 miles by 6 miles and the top half of the island does not seem to be used at all.
    You can get a bus pass for $10 a day that covers the whole island.
    San Nicolas is known as the second biggest city, I went twice and found nothing there but prostitutes in most doorways and absolutely nothing to do there apart from catch the shuttle bus to baby Island.
    wolvesinwales

    My impressions and recommendations from Aruba. As mentioned above very … My impressions and recommendations from Aruba. As mentioned above very focussed on the American market so lots of designer shops by the cruise ship terminal.I was there on two of their bank holidays and Strangely hardly any shops open and even a few of my favourite bars were closed for the day. A cruise ship was there for the day on one of the bank holiday and there were hundreds walking around complaining about the lack of shopping, strange planning by the cruise ship. The island measures 19 miles by 6 miles and the top half of the island does not seem to be used at all. You can get a bus pass for $10 a day that covers the whole island. San Nicolas is known as the second biggest city, I went twice and found nothing there but prostitutes in most doorways and absolutely nothing to do there apart from catch the shuttle bus to baby Island.



    "I went twice and found nothing there but prostitutes in most doorways"
    at least you went back to make sure !

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    money-talks1 h, 43 m ago

    "I went twice and found nothing there but prostitutes in most doorways"at …"I went twice and found nothing there but prostitutes in most doorways"at least you went back to make sure !

    Yeah it's like the joke that it was the same on mon, tue, wed, thu, Fri etc
    would be hot if I could find any - but if they were they've gone

    Edited by: "buzzard" 7th Jul 2017
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    buzzard2 h, 9 m ago

    would be hot if I could find any - but if they were they've gone

    10th July to the 24th of July from Manchester still showing at £269.

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    Edited by: "wolvesinwales" 7th Jul 2017
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