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Second Edition, September 2016
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With its intense blue sea and some of the most stunning beaches in the Caribbean, Aruba is nearly heaven. Find your version of paradise with Moon Aruba.
What You’ll Find in Moon Aruba Travel Guide:
- Curated advice from local author Rosalie Klein, who shares her adventurous expertise and love of her adopted country
- Full-color, vibrant, helpful photos
- Detailed directions and maps for exploring on your own
- In-depth coverage of Oranjestad, Eagle Beach and Manchebo Beach, Palm Beach, Malmok, and Noord, North Coast, San Nicolas, Savaneta, and Pos Chiquito
- Activities and ideas for every traveler: Go off-roading through the outback, or go snorkeling through the calm turquoise waters. See incredible geological formations and native birds with startlingly bright plumage at Arikok National Park, or experience the festivities of Carnival with the locals. Try local favorites like keshi yena (filled cheese) or cabrito stoba (stewed goat), or taste the freshest ceviche while dining beachfront.
- Strategic itineraries in an easy-to-navigate format, such as The Best of Aruba, Best Beaches, Explore the Outback, and Best Bets for the Budget-Conscious
- Current background information on the landscape, culture, history, and environment
- Essential insight for travelers on health and safety, recreation, transportation, and accommodations from resorts to beachy bungalows, packaged in a book light enough to fit in your beach bag
With Moon Aruba‘s practical tips, myriad activities, and an insider’s view on the best things to do and see, you can plan your trip your way.
Though born in the United States, Rosalie Klein is proud to be thought of as an Aruban. After living on the island for more than 30 years, she is firmly entrenched in Aruban life.
Rosalie moved to Aruba in 1980 to work as the island’s first female certified PADI open-water SCUBA instructor. Her writing career began in 2001 when she began submitting articles to local papers about tourism events. She worked as a journalist and photographer for English newspaper The News until 2009, and since 2010, she has been the principal reporter and photographer for The Morning News.
Rosalie has published articles about Aruba’s people, history, culture, and tourism services in dozens of publications, including Aruba Events, Aruba Experience, Destinations, House Complete, Chef’s Menu and Recipe, On The Air, Island Gourmet, and Aruba Nights. Her photos have also been exhibited at the Aruba Numismatic Museum. In 2008, the Minister of Culture of Aruba recognized her for chronicling Aruba’s cultural achievements and heritage.
Rosalie currently lives in Oranjestad with two dogs and three cats. She can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.