Aruba Vacation 2009: Helicopter Tour and Jeep Tour

Aruba Vacation 2009: Helicopter and Jeep Tour

Aruba Vacation 2009: Helicopter and Jeep Tour

I explained in some earlier posts that this scrapbook was created by theme rather than chronologically.  To further highlight this I put these two pages together – our Helicopter Tour and our Jeep Tour – even though they were experienced 4 days a part.  In posts still to come you will see how I blended the photos from both experiences together.

Aruba Vacation Tip Aruba is only about 4 miles wide and 17 miles long – so taking a Jeep tour and/or helicopter tour is a wonderful way to experience the non-tourist parts of Aruba.  If you want to book a helicopter tour – go to  Click on the link at the end of this post if you want to book a Jeep Tour.  Be aware that on the jeep tour you may end up being the driver!  Which is exciting and a little scary at the same time considering some of the dunes and crevices that you have to traverse. 

To highlight some of the design elements of this spread – notice that the journaling on the left hand page is printed on white paper that was torn using a scalloped ruler to make it look like a cloud.  On the right hand page I copied the border of the official tour photo (bottom) on the top photograph which I took myself.  This was done free hand with a black permanent marker.   I also included the wrist band from the experience, which if you look closely in the bottom photograph you can see on my sons wrist.

Baby Beach Jeep Adventure – $100.99

Hop into a jeep for a fun-filled four-wheeling adventure to some of the most beautiful sites in Aruba! Visit Arikok National Park, see one of Aruba’s hidden treasures – the Seroe Colorado Natural Bridge and lounge on the white sand of Baby Beach.


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