Bon Bini! [Papiamento is the local language in Aruba; Bon Bini means Welcome!]

Come right in! We won’t spend too much time inside, as we’ll want to get back out to the beach…but let me show you around, quickly…

view from the front door entry/hallway

the living room is on your left; flat screen tv on the wall, there

other half of the living room (this couch folds out; it's my yarn holding couch; 4 balls await knitting!)

the kitchen is on the right hand side of the condo (open to the living room which is on the left hand side)

table for four, aka, my catch-all zone!

The living room and kitchen front the windows; if you make a hard left before the living room area, you’ll find the bedroom:

the cupboards have been updated since we were last here!

tv facing the bed, and a new dresser, too!

i adore these french doors that open into the bedroom...

new countertop and vanity in the bathroom since the last visit! (shower/tub unit is tucked away to the right, out of view)

...and lastly, a little balcony off the kitchen...

...which offers up this view!

This unit is a one-bedroom design and could accomodate two people spaciously, four guests if two sleep in the living room (cosy), or six if you placed sleeping bags on the floor (a little *close,* I would find!).

Feel free to pop over! Coffee’s always on!


Did you celebrate National Cereal Day yesterday??!

I know fellow cereal fans/bloggers Janetha and Gabriela did!

And I sure participated! [Cereal was an integral part of last year’s Kiki Project!]

i'm going to start an INTERNATIONAL CAMPAIGN so that all types of frosted flakes are ONLY known as ZUCARITAS!!

kix, why are you not in canada?? i love you!

another "only available in the US" yummy!

a non-sugary base is KEY to building the perfect concoction of cereals

And today is Pancake Tuesday! Happy Shrove Tuesday!

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  • janetha  On March 9, 2011 at 6:34 pm

    LOVE all the cereal talk. I had puffs this morning. You are right.. they are key for building!

    • 1970kikiproject  On March 9, 2011 at 6:36 pm

      oh, i could talk cereal 24/7. never grows old. and with all the types out there, the combinations could stretch to INFINITY and back!!

  • Johanna B  On March 8, 2011 at 6:25 pm

    Love the condo where you’re staying and the view. All these lovely photos and I’m sitting in Topeka, KS trying to enjoy being where I am. Luck!

    • 1970kikiproject  On March 8, 2011 at 6:38 pm

      thanks, johanna! and our unit is kind of located at the side/back of the complex – you should see the “beach front” views! trust me, waterloo, ontario right about now is not all that enjoyable, either! so i’ll enjoy my next few days for sure before the return to reality!

  • Holly  On March 8, 2011 at 4:38 pm

    What a cute place!!!

    No cereal today for me — I wish I had known. I would have picked up a box of Lucky Charms for the occasion 🙂

    • 1970kikiproject  On March 8, 2011 at 5:26 pm

      there’s always the option of “make your own national cereal day!” 🙂 do you know, i don’t think i’ve ever bought a box of lucky charms! funny, eh!

  • Lisa  On March 8, 2011 at 10:46 am

    Looks like a lovely and comfy place to stay!
    I did not celebrate cereal day…but I would have joyfully done so if I knew about it 🙂 Maybe I’ll celebrate today with my buckwheat crispies.

    If it was possible, I’d be on a plane right now to stop by for some coffee and enjoy the scenery! Have another fab vacay day, Cathy!

    • 1970kikiproject  On March 8, 2011 at 11:30 am

      thanks, lisa! yes, do have some cereal today – what’s one day late??! buckwheat crispies sound like they’d make a great base layer! it’s a sunny one here, again! very nice!

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