Aruba is sending a team of two athletes to the 2008 Olympics ... Jan Roodzant in swimming and Fiderd Vis in judo.
No, Aruba has not yet won any Olympic medals in the summer or winter games.
No they have to stay in the kitchen
According to the New York Times on February 1, 2008, AFN99 is the Fox Sports Latin America channel in Aruba.Specifically, the New York Times lists channels for 223 countries and territories. Also, the Superbowl may be viewed on large screen TVs in popular eateries and in hotels in Aruba. Aruba's television stations regularly broadcast popular international sports events.
Water and outdoor sports on land are what people play on Aruba. The island's year round pleasant climate encourages outdoor activities. Kite surfing and wind surfing are popular water sports. Beach volleyball, golf, soccer, and tennis are popular sports on land.
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The Divi Aruba is an all-inclusive resort in the Carribbean island of Aruba. It is located next to white, sandy beaches and offers gold, water sports, a spa and a wide range of dining and drinking options.
Aruba's carnival time is popular and well attended.Specifically, according to Aruba Tourism Authority's website, the yearly celebration is full of colorful events for 2 months. Aruba's Carnival features a Grand Parade with glittering costumes and joyous music. The Farewell Parade marks the end of the popular celebration for the year.
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Bon bini Aruba is a Papiamento equivalent of 'Welcome to Aruba'.
Aruba is volcanic in origin.
No,Aruba in part of the Netherlands.
October, November and December are the months of Aruba's rainy season.Specifically, Aruba's annual rainfall averages about 20 inches (51 centimeters) or less. The rainfall events cluster during the the late fall and early winter. But they tend not to turn into fierce or heavy rain storms since Aruba is on the southern fringes of the traditional Atlantic Caribbean hurricane belts.