has started offering service to several Caribbean destinations including Aruba. You can check out their interactive route map.
Be forewarned, that route map has limitations. For instance, it shows that one can fly between Austin and Aruba, but makes it hard to figure out that service doesn’t begin until November 8. At this page page you can see when service will begin from your departure city.
It boils down to frequent flyer points + Aruba taxes = inexpensive honeymoon!
My dear 43things, the past 8 years have given me love, hope, friends, and myself. Thank you all, for the amazing people here are what made this community so special.
I am very glad for the experience I had here, and for two more things… that y’all delightful people have invaded popclogs and made it our own, and that @clara-and-clarice created a tool to download all my entries and comments from 43things as its own little website within my computer. Hallelujah!
Here is a link to her creation and instructions on how to back up your things:
I absolutely don’t want to see 43things go… I regret not being around much lately, and have had a lot of things going on in the past year! I thought I’d give an update about life to anyone curious in these parts.
My falling off the map began when my dad passed away. Then my fella’s dad. I’ve begun a second job teaching, and now my fella and I are buying a house near his 7 year old daughter. Soon after that we will be married. It has been a vibrant and tumultuous year and a half, the best highs and saddest lows of my life. And my bird list is up to ~160… I fell so behind in posting!
Thank you all for being there for me, for your encouragement and support, and being your inspiring selves. I appreciate you all so much. I agree with Cloudberry that Popclogs does not look appealing, and it certainly doesn’t feel like home, but I will head across the street to find you all if that will be the new watering hole.