Meet Michelle and David Tedeshi, Sopranos Piano bar’s regulars

Sopranos 01ARUBA – The happy-looking people in the photograph are Michelle and David Tedeshi from Rhode Island, who have been coming to Aruba for more than 10 years now. They absolutely love the island, its people, the beaches, the food and of course Sopranos Piano bar in the Arawak Garden. Every night is party time at Sopranos, which you can easily find, as it is located across from the Occidental Resort on the High Rise strip.

Family Behrmann honored as Goodwill Ambassadors at Divi Village by ATA

Divi Village 02Recently Aruba Tourism Authority had the great pleasure of honored a loyal and friendly visitors. The honorees are Mr. Douglas and Mrs. Esther Behrmann resident of Sea Cliff New York. The honorees are members of Divi Village and have been enjoying the Island every year and were extremely overjoyed and grateful for the honor bestowed.

Tropical diseases – an article by Heidi Marchena, pharmacist at Botica di Servicio

ARUBA – When planning your holiday abroad the logistics of the trip are usually taking up all the time and attention.  However, what you also should keep in mind is how to stay healthy abroad. Your first line of defense against tropical diseases and other maladies is protecting yourself. The three main ways that disease is spread are: contaminated food, contaminated water, and last but not least bites from mosquitoes, flies, ticks, fleas and other insects. Before packing your suitcase you should consult one of the specialized websites or your travel agency to inform you about what current health risks may be at hand at your destination. You may need to get a prescription or even a vaccination as a precaution.

HumanHints, today ‘Patterns Of Reaction’

Every day, we are relentlessly bombarded by external stimuli. Our reaction to the stimulus defines who we are and what our lives are like. In theory, we can change our lives by changing our reaction to daily stimuli, by changing out attitudes toward our lives. Its not what happens to us, it’s how we react to what happens, that defines who we are. As we grow, our reactions to different types of input first become automatic, then completely unconscious.

The K1 Day of nine different Kiwanis Clubs united in Aruba

K1 Day 00ARUBA – Each year, Kiwanis clubs around the world join in a day of service.  This event is called Kiwanis One Day and this year it was held on April 5th, 2014.

Nine (9) different Kiwanis Clubs united in Aruba on this day to give the Centro Man Na Obra a helping hand. Our services to Centro Man Na Obra consisted of creating more ambiances in the garden through planting 24 fruit trees, colorful flowers in the planters and constructing an irrigation system by the fruit trees. At the same time Kiwanis together with the Santa Rosa – Mi Simia saw the importance in educating our community in the importance of gardening. Santa Rosa – Mi Simia was present with an educational presentation on gardening and the use of aqua phonics.

Rosanna and Roberto from Italy are crazy about MooMba Beach

MooMba 01ARUBA – It’s hard to imagine, but Rosanna and Roberto Caminiti from Italy, always seem to lose each other at MooMba Beach: when she is looking for Roberto, Roberto is searching up and down the beach to find her. Fortunately they can laugh about it. These things happen to them at their favorite beach, at their favorite restaurant MooMba Beach and on their favorite island Aruba.

Honoring at Divi Phoenix

Divi Phoenix 01ARUBA – Recently at the Divi Phoenix Resort, Aruba vacationers were presented with honorary titles created by the Ministry of Tourism as a token of appreciation to guest visiting Aruba for 10 and 20 consecutive years. Special friends of Aruba, enjoying ten or more annual vacations here, are given the Distinguished Visitor certificate and those with twenty consecutive years are given the Goodwill Ambassador certificate.

Jersey Boys Tim, Rick and Howie are the life and soul of Sopranos

Sopranos 01ARUBA – Sopranos Piano Bar in the Arawak Garden is home away from home of the Jersey Boys Tim, Rick and Howey, who visited the island for the first time nine years ago and could not keep away, so they come down six times a year… That is what we call luvvv….These great guys make sure there is never a dull moment at Sopranos, where a piano man or -lady will be singing songs on request.

World Health Day 2014

World Health Day 2014 01“Small bites can be big threats,” experts warn on World Health Day One of every two people is at risk of diseases carried by insects

Mosquitoes, ticks, flies and other insects can be far more than a nuisance. The diseases they carry—malaria, dengue, yellow fever, West Nile virus, Lyme disease and many others—can cause serious illness and in some cases death. In the Americas, one out of every two people lives in an area at risk of one or more of these vector-borne diseases.

HELP HAITI don’t forget.

haitiARUBA – From May 24th until June 4th a Group of mainly medical volunteers from Aruba and Curacao are travelling to Haiti to help. The past ten years this Caribbean country suffered from multiple natural disasters. Up to today, normal live in Haiti is not possible: there is a high shortage of clean water and malnourishment is a big problem. The live expectancy in Haiti is very low.

HumanHints, today ‘Your Electromagnetic Body – A Tool For Manifestation’

We are all aware of our physical bodies, but most of us are unaware of our electromagnetic Body. This is a portion of our selves that lies just beyond our limited perception of three dimensions. It is an entity that is conscious and aware of itself, just as it is aware of the physical part of you. Even though you are not aware of it, the ElectroMagnetic body is very much an aspect of you, expressing beyond three dimensional awareness.

Today is Wednesday, April 9, the 99th day of 2014. There are 266 days left in the year.

Rebecca West, Irish-born author and journalist (1892-1983)Thought for Today:

There is no such thing as conversation. It is an illusion. There are intersecting monologues, that is all – Dame Rebecca West, Irish-born author and journalist (1892-1983).


Seasonal Specials weekly new at Screaming EagleA word from the Chef

Take this – KING CRAB and CRÈME BRÛLÉE of AVOCADO – you have to try this one!

Also on the menu of this week’s seasonal specials, VEAL BRAINS – similar to veal sweetbreads for those who aren’t familiar with the slightly creamier taste. Another gourmet treat are the CHEEKS OF IBERICO PORK; this special breed of pork gets its distinctive flavor from eating solely acorns. I prepare it braised so the meat becomes very tender and serve it with chanterelle mushroom! View the menu here >

Xander Bogaerts has humble roots in Aruba

Xander Bogaerts 01Aruba has produced only five major leaguers, the best-known being Sidney Ponson, who pitched for the Yankees and Orioles. Baseball fields in Aruba are mostly devoid of grass. There is only one artificial turf stadium in this country of 100,000. On that small island, Xander Bogaerts’s uncle, Glenroy Brown, devised a training routine for his nephew.

Multiple Emmy Award-Winning News Anchor For Invest Caribbean Now 2014

Invest Caribbean 01New York Hall of Fame Broadcaster and winner of more than 30 Emmy awards and nominations, Ernie Anastos, is set to emcee the biggest investment summit on the Caribbean outside the region, Invest Caribbean Now (ICN) 2014. Anastos, the distinguished and popular anchor for the FOX flagship station WNYW-TV in New York, will serve as host of the…

Red hot chilli peppers!

BPepper 01arry (our IT director) was drenched in sweat! Big beads of perspiration had gathered on his face. A cool breeze was blowing but all of us (except Ram and Bhaiya) were felling the heat. We were on the front porch of Bhaiya’s (Dr Reddy, a faculty at Xavier University) house. The conversation was interesting and the food incendiary!

HumanHints, today ‘Ego Exploits Imagination’

Human imagination holds the power of infinite creation, but in three dimensions, it is easily manipulated and abused by the Human Ego. Just like Einstein’s quip, “Great spirits will encounter fierce opposition from mediocre minds,” our powerful imagination is exploited by our insecure ego. When children play, they imagine themselves in another reality. Often, they get so into their alternate expression, they begin to loose the boundary between here and there.

Today is Tuesday, April 8, the 98th day of 2014. There are 267 days left in the year.

Susan Sontag, American author and critic (1933-2004)Thought for Today:

“The truth is always something that is told, not something that is known. If there were no speaking or writing, there would be no truth about anything.” – Susan Sontag, American author and critic (1933-2004).

Patty and Lydia Celebrate Birthdays aboard the Jolly Pirates!

Jolly Pirates 00Malmok - Jolly Pirates, well known for infectious fun during sail and snorkel cruises, has long been a favorite activity of guests on Aruba. Word-of-mouth approval has translated into thousands of repeat visitors each year.  Just ask friends Lydia and Patty what they love about a Jolly Pirates Cruise and they will tell you it’s the Jolly Pirates crew that makes their cruise worth writing home about.

Captains aboard the 85ft impressive teak schooners,  Ron, Julio and Edwin perform flips each day in providing their guests the most memorable Sail and Snorkel experience on the island.

Aruba’s Social Column “Bati Bleki” by Rona Coster April 7th, 2014

Bati BlekiIT WASN’T ME. Alex Luidens tells me on the phone that my dissatisfaction with King Ribs in the Wema Goes Memphis event was unrelated to him, because he did not participate. It was an imposter, he says, who left the membrane on the ribs, and did not cook the chicken thoroughly. I stand corrected. Sabrina, Alex’s daughter also assures me it was not her dad’s grill. Worried about their bruised name, she invited me to give their excellent food a try, soon.

ATA CEO launches Aruba’s Treasure Box guest amenity at Boardwalk Small Hotel

Treasure Box 03New approach encourages hotel guests to explore the island on their own

PALM BEACH, April 1 – Last week RonellaTjinAsjoe-Croes, CEO of the Aruba Tourism Authority (ATA)officially launched the newest guest amenity of Boardwalk Small Hotel, Aruba’s Treasure Box. By means of a ‘treasure hunt’ TjinAsjoe-Croes discovered Aruba’s Treasure Box on the hotels’ lush grounds.

King’s Day Café Restaurant Bingo!

Koningsdag 2014 01On Saturday, April 26th, we will celebrate King’s Day 2014. As always, we’ll make it a great event for all ages!

We’ll start the day at 10 AM, with games and activities for the kids such as musical chairs, mini-soccer, ‘sjoelen’, face painting, arts & crafts and a dino-jump. The Bingo! kitchen crew will offer a well assorted snack menu and a super fun clown will entertain the guests all day long.


Seafood Sensation 04An introduction to Aruba’s biggest dinner buffet

Palm Beach – On Wednesday April 2nd, the Aruba Marriott team invited a selective group of the local media to introduce La Vista’s brand new dinner buffet, Seafood Sensation.

Honoring at Divi Village

Divi Village 02ARUBA – Recently, Ms. Marouska Heyliger honored Corey Center and Jim Exchange from Maine as Distinguished Visitors certificate in the name of the Aruba Tourism Authority. The event which commemorates their 10th consecutive visit to the island was held at the Divi Village. On the picture all the honorees together with Marouska and Raynedrick from ATA and Gloria from Divi Village.

HumanHints, today ‘Time’ Part 2

Yesterday, we discussed the idea that the Human mind is beyond time. We concluded that our thoughts can access all points in time, with any potential circumstance. We know it as our imagination. When children play, they make themselves aware of an alternate point in spacetime. They access a different potential of existence through their mind.

Today is Monday, April 7, the 97th day of 2014. There are 268 days left in the year.

On April 7, 1922, the Teapot Dome scandal Thought for Today: ”Lying is done with words and also with silence.” – Adrienne Rich, American poet (1929-2012).

Today’s Highlight in History: On April 7, 1922, the Teapot Dome scandal had its beginnings as Interior Secretary Albert B. Fall signed a secret deal to lease U.S. Navy petroleum reserves in Wyoming and California to his friends, oilmen Harry F. Sinclair and Edward L. Doheny, in exchange for cash gifts.

9 things before Moving Abroad

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With the joy of the internet allowing us to explore the world from the comfort of our own home and dreaming about visiting far tropical sunny places; it seems that more and more of us are actually planning on moving abroad at least for a few years in a bid to broaden our horizons and experience different cultures and ways of life.

March has come to an end and the craziest bus on the island, KUKOO KUNUKUand their krazy friends had a blast throughout the month!

Kukoo Kunuku 01KukooKunuku enjoyed group tours with Amazing Selling Machine, Mercedes-Benz, Motorist Insurance Group, Academy Mortgage Awards and Colony Homes during the month of March celebrating their achievements Kukoo Style. Cruise ship passengers from Holland America “Zuiderdam” enjoyed the Dinner & Nightlife tour while in port.

HumanHints, today ‘If Life Gets Challenging’ Part 2

human_hints_logoWhen life gets challenging and structure disappears, keep in the forefront of your mind that you will find a way past your obstacles and you will find your goals on the other side. With that foundation, discover your Unique Service that others value, then find a way to deliver it to them. When your service is valuable to people, they will return the value in whatever form you specify.

Today is Saturday, April 5, the 95th day of 2014. There are 270 days left in the year.

Birth, ancestry, and that which you yourself have not achieved can hardly be called your own - Greek proverb.Thought for Today:

Birth, ancestry, and that which you yourself have not achieved can hardly be called your own – Greek proverb.


At South American Championships Good result Aruban windsurfer in Argentina

South American Championships 00

ORANJESTAD – Mack van den Eerenbeemt with sail number ARU-11 booked a good result at the South American Championships last week. Gold, silver and bronze medals were given to Argentina, The Netherlands and the United States. Aruba came in 4th and was followed over the line by Brazil, Peru, Venezuela, Uruguay and Chili.

A total of 12 races, 30 minutes each, were held in Lake Potrerillos and 35 athletes competed in the class under 17 years.

A month-long contest announced, in honor of Children’s Day, at Benihana Japanese Steakhouse

Benihana 01Palm Beach — A recent press conference at Benihana Japanese Steakhouse at the South Beach Mall, announced an upcoming month-long contest and donation, benefitting the Clown Doctors Aruba

Restaurant Manager Morris Figaroa explains that on the 5th day of the 5th month in Japan, Children’s Day is celebrated.

Kelly and Larry’s home-run to Aruba and Bugaloe’s Karaoke Night

Bugaloe 01Canadians Kelly and Larry Brown from Oshawa, Ontario have been calling Aruba their second home for over ten years, and Bugaloe Beach Bar & Grill their all time favorite hangout on the island. Usually the couple spends their vacation in Aruba during the month of September, however a rough Canadian winter and inches of snow made them escape the cold and brought the Browns to Aruba this week for a mini-break.

Loyal visitors honored at the Costa Linda Beach Resort

Costa Linda 00ARUBA – Recently the Aruba Tourism Authority had the great pleasure of honoring a group of loyal and friendly Visitor of Aruba, at the Costa Linda Beach Resort, as Distinguished Visitors and Ambassadors of Goodwill. The symbolic honorary title is presented in the name of the Minister of Tourism as a token of appreciation to guests who visit Aruba for 10 to 19 and 20 or more consecutive years.

Promoting the safety culture at the airport: Successful Airside Safety Week 2014!

Airport Authority 01ORANJESTAD – Aruba Airport Authority N.V. (AAA) held its annual Airside Safety Week, which was first introduced about 9 years ago. The Airside Safety Week is organized by the Airside Safety Council, and is held every year in the month of March with the purpose to continuously promote safety awareness and increase safety knowledge of all “Aeropuerto Internacional Reina Beatrix’s (AIRB) Airside users”.

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