Kukoo Kunuko Party Bus Tour

Jan 23rd, 2003, 07:33 AM
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Kukoo Kunuko Party Bus Tour

I've signed my husband and I up for the Kukoo Kunuku Party Bus for Saturday night. I was wanted to know fellow travelers experiences with this tour and any suggestions to make it that much more enjoyable. We're in our 20s and this will be the one night we go out on the town to party. What types of places do they visit, what should we wear, how's the dinner?

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Jan 23rd, 2003, 07:54 AM
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The Kukoo Kunukoo Party Bus is a blast! The brightly decorated open- air bus picks you up at your hotel while passengers already aboard are singing and waving their maracas at you. Then you travel to the California Lighthouse (with fun music blaring and maracras waving all the way) for a champagne toast at sunset. There your hosts will explain the ininerary for the rest of the evening. They then take you to some dignitary's home for dinner at which time you can purchase souvenirs of the experience. I highly recommend buying the CD. Every time I listen to it as I am driving doen the road, I am transported back to Aruba! After dinner you pile back onto the bus and head to 3 bars (they give you a voucher for a free drink at each). And they teach you different dances. The last bar...Carlos N' Charlie's is the best. If you prefer, you can stay on after the bus leaves and catch the public bus or a cab back to your hotel. I just wore a casual skirt, sleeveless top and a pair of sandals. Most guys wore shorts and nice shirt. If you have long hair, I'd recommend bringing a scrunchie as your hair will blow around a lot on the bus.

Have a great time!

 
Jan 23rd, 2003, 07:54 AM
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The Kukoo Kunuku Party Bus is a blast! The brightly decorated open- air bus picks you up at your hotel while passengers already aboard are singing and waving their maracas at you. Then you travel to the California Lighthouse (with fun music blaring and maracras waving all the way) for a champagne toast at sunset. There your hosts will explain the ininerary for the rest of the evening. They then take you to some dignitary's home for dinner at which time you can purchase souvenirs of the experience. I highly recommend buying the CD. Every time I listen to it as I am driving doen the road, I am transported back to Aruba! After dinner you pile back onto the bus and head to 3 bars (they give you a voucher for a free drink at each). And they teach you different dances. The last bar...Carlos N' Charlie's is the best. If you prefer, you can stay on after the bus leaves and catch the public bus or a cab back to your hotel. I just wore a casual skirt, sleeveless top and a pair of sandals. Most guys wore shorts and nice shirt. If you have long hair, I'd recommend bringing a scrunchie as your hair will blow around a lot on the bus.

Have a great time!

 
Jan 23rd, 2003, 09:20 AM
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Ditto the previous poster. It was a blast..but I do think they change some of the bars you go to. We did not go to Carlos and Charlies, rather only small local bars. Dinner was not great...you may want to eat extra before you go (and I'm a 5'4 120 female) because there is a lot of drinking! Some people may find the whole experience "cheesy"....but we had a great time. I recommend it! Have fun!
 
Jan 26th, 2003, 11:40 AM
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Yes, definitely a blast! We had an itinerary similar to the first post. California Lighthouse (driver did donuts with the bus in one of the parking lots along the way); dinner at a very nice home - food was good, not exceptional, but the atmosphere was very nice.
Then we hit two local bars and learned the "coca cola" song; last stop was Carlos and charlies.

I bought the shirt; wish I had the CD; think of this night every time I hear "who let the dogs out"

lots of fun for all (btw, we're both 50'ish)
 
Feb 3rd, 2003, 04:47 PM
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Could anyone tell me what the average age was of the people on the bus?

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Feb 4th, 2003, 07:41 AM
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There were people of all ages on the bus. Early 20s to late 50s. We are in our early 30s...
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