My Love for Aruba...the final days

After another relaxing night at Manchebo Beach Resort & Spa, we decided to spend part of our day downtown.  Before our walk, we had some brunch at CILO City Lounge.  While Dr. Man started with an omelette, I struggled to finish their satisfying chicken & bacon club...





I devoured their yummy cappuccino with whipped cream, along with a chocolate chip cookie lol...




After stuffing our faces (again), we strolled along downtown...








After window shopping, we took a short taxi ride to the "high-rise" section of Aruba.  Our friendly driver dropped us off at The Hyatt Regency, and I couldn't resist the beautiful scenery...










After walking into some cigar shops, we decided to head back to our resort to have some fun in the water...




After a short swim, we returned to Pega-Pega to indulge in a passion fruit daiquiri and some wings while enjoying the sunset...







After relaxing in our room, we decided to have a light dinner at the resort, Ike's Bistro.  We chose some light appetizers, caesar salad and scallops...just delicious...and filling!






Of course, if it's on the menu, I'm ordering this dessert....their orange catalana dessert was a delicious twist on a classic creme brulee...




On our final day in Aruba, we relaxed at the beach and had a wonderful dinner back at the "high-rise" section of the island, Palms Restaurant.  While Dr. Man dined on their hearty soup, I indulged in their caesar salad and blackened fish, along with peas & rice and steamed broccoli...






I can't wait to return to this wonderful island...let's see if I can convince Dr. Man to invest in a vacation home lol!

Comments

  1. I Love Aruba too! Seeing your photo of the Australian Black swan, makes me miss the two pair I used to have.

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  2. Aruba is just absolutely wonderful, isn't it? I couldn't resist taking a photo of this beautiful swan!

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