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  1. #1171
    Quote Originally Posted by JustIncognito  [View Original Post]
    This is the exact wrong approach and way of thinking. Its logic like this that explains why America has 4% of the global population and 22% of the covid death.

    It doesn't matter if the spread is among the locals: A: tourists may be interacting with the locals and get infected while in Aruba--that's not helping the total situation. Be. Tourists take up space and resources on the island and increase the overall commercial traffic on the island-which isn't helping anyone.

    People, just stay home. For a few months. Wear masks, stay distant. And lets HELP get this under control--not be part of the problem because of some selfish self centered myopic view that's all about 'me' instead of 'we'.

    2000 cases on Aruba. The island should go into a full lockdown now--that will be fun for tourists.

    I hope they lockdown. There is no wealth without health. Reducing transmission of covid needs to be he #1 priority.
    Shutting the world down until it is 100% safe, when you emerge, you will come out to an entirely different world and not for the better (most especially the USA). I want you to think about what happens if you locked down for a year. Really think. Think of people who have less then you that need to work. I won't even mention the economic impact on govt not collecting tax money but, the mental health, suicides, drug use, depression. You think deaths are high now, lock everyone down with no job, income etc for a year. Life needs to go on. It has too. Shutting everything down is not the answer. With that being said I hope you are practicing what you preach and have not left your house since March. Somehow, I doubt it. I also somehow believe you are financially secure so its easy to say lock down. Just as its easy for the politicians to implement lock downs when they are still collecting pay checks.

  2. #1170

    This is the problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Geffe71  [View Original Post]
    You make it seem like tourists are to blame. As of 9/14 only 6 active cases among visitors, down from the stagnant 13-16 from the past few weeks. The spike in cases are all locals and has been locals since the outbreak. I've not seen the visitor count go above 16/18 and that because of the quarantine hotel and catching positives at the airport. Meanwhile I see pictures of what look like locals breaking the mandates for group sizes and parties and I saw asshole to elbows right before the outbreak before the US was allowed entry.

    As long as tourists adhere to the requirements, I don't see an issue having visitors. Obviously hobbling is out of the question at the moment with curfew and probably no talent, but a vacation seems fine and I've heard glowing reviews of the steps taken to mitigate transmission.
    This is the exact wrong approach and way of thinking. Its logic like this that explains why America has 4% of the global population and 22% of the covid death.

    It doesn't matter if the spread is among the locals: A: tourists may be interacting with the locals and get infected while in Aruba--that's not helping the total situation. Be. Tourists take up space and resources on the island and increase the overall commercial traffic on the island-which isn't helping anyone.

    People, just stay home. For a few months. Wear masks, stay distant. And lets HELP get this under control--not be part of the problem because of some selfish self centered myopic view that's all about 'me' instead of 'we'.

    2000 cases on Aruba. The island should go into a full lockdown now--that will be fun for tourists.

    I hope they lockdown. There is no wealth without health. Reducing transmission of covid needs to be he #1 priority.

  3. #1169
    Quote Originally Posted by JustIncognito  [View Original Post]
    Aruba had 90 new positive cases yesterday. 1500 active now. On a small island.

    People just need to stay away until they get it under control.
    You make it seem like tourists are to blame. As of 9/14 only 6 active cases among visitors, down from the stagnant 13-16 from the past few weeks. The spike in cases are all locals and has been locals since the outbreak. I've not seen the visitor count go above 16/18 and that because of the quarantine hotel and catching positives at the airport. Meanwhile I see pictures of what look like locals breaking the mandates for group sizes and parties and I saw asshole to elbows right before the outbreak before the US was allowed entry.

    As long as tourists adhere to the requirements, I don't see an issue having visitors. Obviously hobbling is out of the question at the moment with curfew and probably no talent, but a vacation seems fine and I've heard glowing reviews of the steps taken to mitigate transmission.

  4. #1168

    Its a bad situation

    Quote Originally Posted by Quagmire1974  [View Original Post]
    Thanks for the clarification. I'm honestly surprised that Aruba hasn't closed its borders since COVID is surging on the island.
    Aruba had 90 new positive cases yesterday. 1500 active now. On a small island.

    People just need to stay away until they get it under control.

  5. #1167

    RE: I used to.

    Quote Originally Posted by JustIncognito  [View Original Post]
    I used to live on Aruba. Not anymore. 1600+ cases now on the island. Its a clusterfuck. Doesn't matter what is open-its not safe to be there.
    Thanks for the clarification. I'm honestly surprised that Aruba hasn't closed its borders since COVID is surging on the island.

  6. #1166

    I used to.

    Quote Originally Posted by Quagmire1974  [View Original Post]
    Apparently, JustIncognito lives on Aruba, too. In May 2017, he posted:


    Everything? Take a look at the following website:

    https://www.visitaruba.com/news/gene...avel-to-aruba/

    Scroll down to August 5, 2020, where it states:

    "August 5, 2020 Aruba government announces additional measures including closure of bars and nightclubs. During a press conference this evening, the Aruba government has announced that all bars, rumshops and nightclubs are to close as of tonight at 8:30 pm until further notice. "

    So, has that changed, especially given the fact that it is now August 24? If bars and nightclubs are closed, that is definitely going to impact mongers in Aruba, as many reports written here in the Aruba ISG thread indicate WGs can be found in the bars and nightclubs.
    I used to live on Aruba. Not anymore. 1600+ cases now on the island. Its a clusterfuck. Doesn't matter what is open-its not safe to be there.

  7. #1165

    San Nicolas Going Forward

    I have been traveling to Aruba once or twice a year since 2005. I really wonder if the San Nicolas red light set-up is going to survive this pandemic. I remember back in 2005, there were probably a dozen or more really good bars with 5-6 (or more) great looking Colombians in each bar. The last 5 years things have been dwindling each year. Black / White Bar, Copacabana, and Chesterfields were about it the last time I was there in August 2019. Now that there have been no Colombians the last 6 months I really wonder how the remaining bars are going to survive. Also, with the oil refinery shut down for years now I think the Aruban government would like to repurpose that entire area. Will be interesting to see what happens, I will always have great memories of my times in San Nicolas.

  8. #1164

    Covid Stats

    August 4 there were 8 active Covid cases in Aruba. Yesterday, 1160. New cases trending down, but still at 60 yesterday. Aruba will not be on my list of travel destinations any time soon.

  9. #1163
    Quote Originally Posted by JMoco123  [View Original Post]
    I live here
    Apparently, JustIncognito lives on Aruba, too. In May 2017, he posted:

    Quote Originally Posted by JustIncognito  [View Original Post]
    I live on Aruba. I have a US Passport.
    Quote Originally Posted by JMoco123  [View Original Post]
    Everything is open.
    Everything? Take a look at the following website:

    https://www.visitaruba.com/news/gene...avel-to-aruba/

    Scroll down to August 5, 2020, where it states:

    "August 5, 2020 Aruba government announces additional measures including closure of bars and nightclubs. During a press conference this evening, the Aruba government has announced that all bars, rumshops and nightclubs are to close as of tonight at 8:30 pm until further notice. "

    So, has that changed, especially given the fact that it is now August 24? If bars and nightclubs are closed, that is definitely going to impact mongers in Aruba, as many reports written here in the Aruba ISG thread indicate WGs can be found in the bars and nightclubs.

  10. #1162
    Quote Originally Posted by JustIncognito  [View Original Post]
    The island is on lockdown. Most flights stopped between islands and a few still coming to / from Holland and the us with very strict rules. Now is not the time to even think about going to Aruba. Wait until 2021. Nobody will be out and about there--people are getting panicked, the island is in chaos and the economy in shambles. If you give a shit about anyone on the island besides yourself--you will stay away--and that is true for all these small Caribbean islands!
    All true except that Aruba is not in lockdown. I live here. Everything is open. Hotels, Restaurants and stores are all open. There are only a few restrictions. There cannot be gatherings with more than 4 people and you have to wear a mask in every establishment. There is also social distancing rules in every store. But outside you don't have to wear a mask. Furthermore the economy is picking up. Things will be fine. Tourist are welcome here. It is a perfect time to come and relax because the Island will not be crowded.

  11. #1161

    Aruba is messed up!

    Quote Originally Posted by ArubaLover  [View Original Post]
    Anyone on the ground in Aruba or been since reopening?

    Is San Nic operating like usual? Or closed due to Covid?
    A local Aruban guy went to Holland. He returned, left quarantine early and worked in 2 bars and a night club. All while having and spreading the viirus without knowing it. In 2-3 weeks Aruba has gone from 5 cases to over 1000! There are about 1000 active cases on the island right now giving it the highest per capita covid rate in the world! The island is on lockdown. Most flights stopped between islands and a few still coming to / from Holland and the us with very strict rules. Now is not the time to even think about going to Aruba. Wait until 2021. Nobody will be out and about there--people are getting panicked, the island is in chaos and the economy in shambles. If you give a shit about anyone on the island besides yourself--you will stay away--and that is true for all these small Caribbean islands!

  12. #1160

    San Nicholas Update?

    Anyone on the ground in Aruba or been since reopening?

    Is San Nic operating like usual? Or closed due to Covid?

  13. #1159
    Quote Originally Posted by GringoItaliano  [View Original Post]
    I read that Aruba will be one of the first Caribbean islands to reopen in June or July.

    My question is this: did the Colombian club girls in San Nicolas, or the Venezuelan freelancers in town, go home when shit hit the fan in March? Or did they ride out the storm, so to speak, on Aruba. I suspect that the former is true, but I am curious if there is any evidence of the latter.

    I might want to go to Aruba anyway for other reasons, but it would be even more appealing if there are any Colombians or Venezuelans left.
    If Tinder is any indication, there are still some under the radar. I've learned the sweet spot when looking at distance and most of the stuff I'm seeing is spot on, though I could be picking up some Punto Fijo or Campo Alegre by accident.

  14. #1158

    Would there be any Colombians or Venezuelans left on Aruba when it reopens?

    I read that Aruba will be one of the first Caribbean islands to reopen in June or July.

    My question is this: did the Colombian club girls in San Nicolas, or the Venezuelan freelancers in town, go home when shit hit the fan in March? Or did they ride out the storm, so to speak, on Aruba. I suspect that the former is true, but I am curious if there is any evidence of the latter.

    I might want to go to Aruba anyway for other reasons, but it would be even more appealing if there are any Colombians or Venezuelans left.

  15. #1157

    Second timers better experience

    My second island experience was much better than the first. This time I went with a "this is what I want list" and stuck to it. As with my first trip to Aruba I had limited mongering time due to my travelling companion. But this time I was less frantic as I'd scoped San Nicholas out the previous year and had lost my cherry. This year I was not to be distracted by anything but what was at the top of my bucket list. My first early morning in SN I cruised and saw a few but none were what I had "bucket listed" so I passed them by. Took a 30 minute drive and returned to a similar situation. OK. Strike three for my first attempt but I had no regrets. My second attempt started like my first but I did see a few other mongers cruising and learnt there route. I took an hour drive hoping for some new choices would appear. I made two passes and was getting nothing but the same and I was weakening as it was my last day to relieve my stress. On my third and last pass I found her. Thin, dark skinned. She spoke less English than I spoke Spanish but we managed to agree on $60- and we were off to the races. Her room was clean and neat. At 5'2" she was very well proportioned and I had a great time exploring her Colombian assets. Safe sex was all that was on the menu which was fine by me. Things started hot and heavy with lots of foreplay and when we finally commenced, I didn't last long as seeing my white hips pound her beautiful black ass put me over the top. This was a long time fantasy and a first for me. Hoping things go even better next year!

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