White Hill Bar, Aruba, DWI

The White Hill Bar is located above San Nicolaas, along a country road where I normally ride my bicycle. It’s a tiny joint, attached to a house, and staffed by a single old chap who listens to the radio at full volume.

whitehillaThis place is different from your average rum shop in that it doesn’t have a busy trade. It’s mostly just a few guys talking early in the morning or late in the afternoon. The selection of beverages is small, too, a few different soft drinks, a few types of beer. Pastechi are on sale in the morning, but I’m not a fan of those. Either way, when I pass by on my bike around 7am it’s a relief to pop in for a cold bottle of water or juice. Thus, if you’re cruising about the island and want to meet some local people, don’t hesitate to give a place like this a try.

Bon dia from Aruba.

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Published in: on August 17, 2009 at 9:49 am  Comments (3)  
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  1. Sounds like a place awaay from the maddening crowd. So how do you get there?

    • To get to White Hill Bar, you take the inland road in Savaneta and follow it all the way out to the heights above San Nicolaas. I don’t have a more accurate way of telling you because none of the roads are named and I just keep following one or the other until I come upon my destination. Sorry.

  2. you can reach there from San Nicolas you pick the road that takes you to sero preto the same to LOURDES GROTTO ; you keep gooing till you reach an blue house, white hill is nexxt to it!


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