Joining me for this 19th episode of One Happy Podcast is Cheryl Talcof. Having first visited Aruba in 1972 Cheryl had visited the island for 40 years right up until the time she decided to make a permanent move. Now she lives there year round and is here to tell us about about what it's like for a North American living on Aruba.
Throughout this episode Cheryl takes us on a journey that begins with her visiting a little known piece of rock in the Caribbean all the way through her permanent move to the island. Over the course of this interview you gain an insight into Aruba that not many tourists will ever know.
Sure we have all dreamt of making the move from our normal lives to a dream life in paradise but Cheryl actually did it. If this is a dream that you have had you will definitely want to listen to this episode to see if moving is something you truly want to pursue further. If you have already decided that relocating is something you WILL be doing in the future then you definitely will want to hear everything Cheryl has to say about life in Aruba.
On this episode you will hear about:
When will you know its time to move to Aruba
Tips for shipping your belongings to Aruba
Arubans and American Football
The Number 1 mindset change you must make to adjust to aurba
Cheryl explains why you should NOT take the all inclusive option
Cheryl's first hand account of just how safe Aruba is
The Aruba Spay and Neuter Fundraising Campaign
The Aruba Spay and Neuter Fundraising Campaign - During the episode Cheryl mentioned the campaign to help raise funds to jumpstart a spay/neuter program for Aruba. By visiting the link here you can learn more about this amazing opportunity to help improve Aruba.
As perfect as we may see the island there is always something that can be improved. On Aruba there is a glaring need for a way to not only help the dogs and cats being born but for a way to get the ever growing problem under control. Give what you can to this program and you can make a difference.
Links and Resources Mentioned this episode:
Marriot Ocean Club