To the lighthouse we go. The California lighthouse was built in the early 1900's on a small plateau named Hudishibana, an Aruban Indian name. It was named after a British steamship called the California which wrecked off the Aruban coastline in 1891. The lighthouse attracts scores of tourists every day. The yellow jeeps form a convoy of tourists and transport you through this rocky part of Aruba. You could always take the local bus to the terminus, and then walk, for buses are frequent and very reasonably priced. Whilst you're here, check out the yummy restaurant adjacent to the lighthouse, called La Trattoria.
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