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Fellas,

I'm goin to Aruba soon. Have you all heard anything about it with regards to women/gaming? I don't expect many replies here but I have to go there.

If none of you have been there, I guess I'll have a report on it but I hope to get a heads up.
03-21-2011 10:19 PM
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I went to Aruba when I was 19 years old with my parents so due to that fact didn't hit many nightspots although everyone I spoke with raved about Senor Frog's which is located in the smallish downtown area on the main drag. While I didn't go there I hit up Soprano's Piano Bar which seemed to attract a lot of hot cougars on vacation and a few couples. If you dress well and are into older women check it out as it is located in the main hotel zone, near Palm Beach. The Holiday Inn Casino was also happening and had a lot of women mingling around.

The locals are a very exotic mix of Native Indian/White (primarily Dutch), and some S. American (Venezuelan) thrown in for good measure. While many of the women looked very hot on the island it was hard to tell if they were "native" or immigrats from the mainland of Venezuela. If your Spanish is good you should be able to swoop some of the hotel workers as they are almost all from Venezuela and we all know in these forums how hot Venezuelan chicks are.

One great thing I did was to rent a Jeep and travel the island extensively, especially off road as many of the Atlantic Side beaches allow off-road vehicles. While doing this I was able to chat up some local surfers who mentioned that the best parties in the city are really "house parties" and that the locals do not like the touristy downtown that much. Of course since you're going there as a tourist yourself I assume you wouldn't mind pillaging some Dutch students on break or the rich & spoiled Americans who overrun the place.
03-21-2011 11:05 PM
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No doubt. Thanks for the heads up. I speak spanish so I'll use it for sure! I'm a bit more excited to go than before. I was expecting it to be crazy boring. Thanks!
03-21-2011 11:42 PM
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For girls, I'd hit up Curacao instead of Aruba. Aruba has nightlife all in one place and the country is smaller while everything is spread out in Curacao.
Curacao has more darker girls though.
03-22-2011 07:34 AM
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I have been to Aruba twice - not for gaming but I will say this. The beaches are probably the best in the world at least to me. Lots of hotties out there on the beach and it would help to tone up. Also a lot of Americans vacationing with couples, kids etc. In order to get away from some of this, you would have to speak with some locals and go from there. I did not do this so I couldn't tell you. However, the locals are very easy going and friendly when you meet them especially after they know you're American.

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03-22-2011 08:35 AM
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Yeah, Aruba is full of Americans.
03-22-2011 08:37 AM
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Badstuber,

"I'd hit up Curacao instead of Aruba."

"Aruba has nightlife all in one place and the country is smaller while everything is spread out in Curacao."

These two statements seem to contradict themselves. I typically associate "spread out" with a negative in regards to nightlife.

Can you clarify?

"Yeah, Aruba is full of Americans."

"spoiled Americans who overrun the place."

Anyone been there "post Van der Sloot"?

I can't imagine any American parents with a TV set letting their daughter go to Aruba after that.

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03-22-2011 09:11 AM
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Quote:These two statements seem to contradict themselves. I typically associate "spread out" with a negative in regards to nightlife.

Well, in Aruba, almost all nightlife is in one place. You won't really need a taxi to go anywhere. It depends on if you're looking to see the country or only game there and enjoy the clubs, etc. Aruba is much smaller than Curacao. Aruba is VERY commercialized and touristy. All you hear around you is people with an American accent. It's a Dutch island, but you really don't notice it that much. The beaches are nice though.
In Curacao, you will feel like you're in a small but poorer version of Europe (Holland.) It is not as commercialized as Aruba. You will find a mixture of all sorts of races there. Aruba is whiter than Curacao. So if you are looking to bang local chicks you should go to Curacao. The beeches are also nice with blue water and rocky beaches. There is also a lot more to see and do in Curacao. Aruba seems like the Arizona desert and is flat as a pancake.
Bottom line, if you are only interested in partying and lying on the beach, you should go to Aruba. If you are looking to do that and much more, go to Curacao.

You can also take a small airplane to Curacao/Aruba if you're bored of one Island. They are not far away from each other.
03-22-2011 01:15 PM
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(03-22-2011 01:15 PM)Badstuber Wrote:  
Quote:These two statements seem to contradict themselves. I typically associate "spread out" with a negative in regards to nightlife.

Well, in Aruba, almost all nightlife is in one place. You won't really need a taxi to go anywhere. It depends on if you're looking to see the country or only game there and enjoy the clubs, etc. Aruba is much smaller than Curacao. Aruba is VERY commercialized and touristy. All you hear around you is people with an American accent. It's a Dutch island, but you really don't notice it that much. The beaches are nice though.
In Curacao, you will feel like you're in a small but poorer version of Europe (Holland.) It is not as commercialized as Aruba. You will find a mixture of all sorts of races there. Aruba is whiter than Curacao. So if you are looking to bang local chicks you should go to Curacao. The beeches are also nice with blue water and rocky beaches. There is also a lot more to see and do in Curacao. Aruba seems like the Arizona desert and is flat as a pancake.
Bottom line, if you are only interested in partying and lying on the beach, you should go to Aruba. If you are looking to do that and much more, go to Curacao.

You can also take a small airplane to Curacao/Aruba if you're bored of one Island. They are not far away from each other.

The locals are black women generally or a mix? Is it relatively easy to game them or are they exclusively on the P4P flex as well?

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All sorts of women. Mixed, black, etc. There is also a fairly large Venezuelan community.

I never gamed women there because I was there with some people. But I know there is a enormous brothel there called campo alegre.
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03-22-2011 02:17 PM
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Can't speak for Curacao but traveled Aruba extensively. Most locals are mixed with a few ethnic Dutch thrown in. The southern part of the island has more of a black population. Never been to Curacao but would be interested in trying it out especially if it's less commercialized than Aruba.
03-22-2011 09:12 PM
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Aruba is the best place for summer vacations, so many beautiful beaches are there the Divi Phoenix and Baby Beach are the best places.
03-24-2011 05:37 AM
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Never been to Aruba, but one of my boys is half-aruban and said the local women there are freaky as hell. Being from such a small island, they love to hear about big city talk. Just tell the girls your from New York, be aggressive and spit a little game and you should do alright.
03-24-2011 09:53 PM
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