Aruba Sunsets

by Kimberly McCarron

My husband and I started (with the help of SBI) in late 2008 after returning from our wedding and honeymoon on the island of Aruba. (OK, my husband was more or less a silent partner, giving monetary support and some business advice, while I built the site.)

Our site focuses on romance in Aruba... From Aruba destination weddings, to One Cool Honeymoon, to just finding the perfect spot for that special romantic night out.

We offer information on how to get married in Aruba, and reviews of various vendors we hired for our Aruba destination wedding. I also posted stories of our various excursions and our favorite activities while on the island with our wedding guests. I hope the information helps other Aruba brides plan the perfect wedding, from dress to desert, and guest activities to honeymoon activities.

There is also so much we learned from local residents and frequent visitors who know the island best.

Aruba is the most revisited island in the Caribbean, according to the Aruba Tourism Authority. My readers appreciate the opinions and recommendations of those frequent Aruba visitors. They seem to know the best "off-the-beaten-path" spots away from the tourist areas. If you know of a special hideaway, or a romantic getaway in Aruba I invite you to share your story with our readers.

And if you are looking for some romantic things to do during your Aruba vacation with your spouse, (or maybe your the groom planning the honeymoon?...) stop by and visit Aruba-Sunsets. We want to make your visit to the island a special memory for both of you.

Aruba Sunsets

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