Have you been to the Tamarijn?

Jul 30th, 2002, 12:16 PM
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Michelle
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Hey Everyone,
First of all, sorry if i offended anyone. I'm just saying that I asked specific questions in my email, and i don't appreciate it when i get negative feedback without any justifiable support for the opinions. Having said that, I would also like to point out that since we are staying in Aruba over Christmas, we can't just go around changing our reservations (it's high season and most places book up quickly). Anyway, thanks to all of you who supported my last post, and for those of you who felt it necessary to call me mean and childish (I am only 20 you know! lol), thanks for your opinion. From now on, I would appreciate it if you would either answer my questions specifically, provide some support for those opinions that do not directly relate to my post, or just not respond.
 
Jul 30th, 2002, 12:54 PM
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xyz
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Yes Mam!
 
Aug 1st, 2002, 11:52 PM
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Sally
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Michelle, don't worry. I generally find that about half of the people on this forum can be quite rude - with apologies to the other half, who is very helpful! I also frequent the Caribbean-on-line forum, and people are generally much more friendly. BTW, I know Aruba; the Tamarijn is on the 'low rise' side of the island, which I personally prefer - a much bigger and nicer beach. So have fun!
 
Aug 2nd, 2002, 09:08 AM
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sabra
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We stayed at the Divi and have traveled around quite a bit and i have to say no where in the world were we treated as rudely as at this resort. We tried to make the best of it but everyday brought new problems. Front desk people were the rudest i have ever encountered anywhere. I am only saying this because i wish i had listened to people when they tried to tell me. When you have a vacation you do not want people to be rude to you or lie to you. That is not what i saved the entire year to be treated like. Go elsewhere if you can you will be much happier!!!!!
 
Aug 2nd, 2002, 09:34 AM
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The Tamarijn Resort is very original laid back resort very Caribbean like and that shows in its size, colors and ambience. There are no water sports at their property but next to the resort there is a beautiful beach. If you still insist on watersports you can either take a 5 minute drive up North to the high-rise resort area or book at the Allegro Resort which is another all-inclusive. Enjoy your trip to Aruba.
 
Sep 14th, 2002, 07:53 AM
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Dale
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My wife and I were at the Tam in August. This was our second year in a row to visit the Tam. We loved it. The food was great and there was plenty of selection. The drinks were not watered down by any means and the beach (from the 1900 and above) was great. Be sure to bring water shoes as it is a little rocky (coral) near the shore.
The people at the Tam were more than friendly and waited on you at every opportunity. Everyone we met there was very nice and made our vacation extremely relaxing and enjoyable.
I agree with the other postings that this is not a luxury resort, but it is very clean. We were able to open our sliding glass door and walk 20 feet to the beach, it was great. Not like the high rise area where you need to deal with elevators to get to the beach.
If you have any questions directly related to the Tam or Aruba you can e-mail us directly and not worry about this negative bulletin board.
 
Sep 16th, 2002, 09:21 PM
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Da Man
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Frank and Jenna are just mad because they recently found out what losers they really are.
 

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