Follow the adventures of tourism expert and University of South Carolina Professor Rich Harrill during his two month residency at the University of Aruba (email@example.com)
Monday, October 10, 2011
University of Aruba Aloha Party!
A great party with University of Aruba students and faculty. In the Hawaiian language, ahola can mean affection, love, and peace as well as hello and goodbye. Based on these meanings, I can't think of anyone better suited to borrow this word than the Aruban people. You will never find more kind, warm-hearted, and welcoming folks that will make you feel immediately at home. The ahola spirit definitely lives in Aruba. The following posts are dedicated to the University of Aruba and the Aruban people.
University of Aruba Students and Faculty
Dr. Harrill Having Fun With A Few Of His University Of Aruba Students!
Rich Harrill, Ph.D./Harrill Global Images