For some reason, Google thinks I want to go to Aruba, and all of these ads of Aruba keep appearing in my feeds. I suspect Aruba has bought some ads from Google, and they must want more tourist business at this point in time. (December 29, 2018) Aruba is warm, but very windy. I could see from the video live stream camera everything was blowing around. The consensus is the wind is not that much of a problem, but I personally don’t like windy conditions. I have not traveled to the Caribbean, but I would prefer someplace like the US Virgin Islands, as a first time stay. Aruba is under the control of Kingdom of the Netherlands. Joran van der Sloot was a Dutch national. The reason to boycott Aruba was due to the police bungling the investigation into the death of Natalee Holloway, and not any danger on the Island of Aruba. Had the Aruba Police been more effective, and quickly solved the case bringing Joran van der Sloot to justice, it would have saved the life of another woman he murdered in Lima, Peru.  But, does the boycott of Aruba really matter at this late date? Now that Joran van der Sloot has been punished, only a few life lessons remain. Never get in a car with a stranger, no matter how nice he may seem to be. Don’t let underage teenagers drink on their senior class trip. Have adequate supervision of children on class trips. Be more aggressive in detaining and holding suspected murders, such as Joran van der Sloot, who later turn into serial killers.

Carlos and Charlie’s is the restaurant in Aruba where Natalee Holloway was last seen.  I finally went to Carlos and Charlie’s and it was much better then chain Mexican Places.  Carlos and Charlie’s has a Las Vegas Location. At first I thought I did not want to go. It would be too depressing, and I had only two dinners in Vegas on that trip, but I am glad I went. I had the Verde (green sauce) enchilada.  

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