No those ones that look like orange linebackers.
Expat is an old fashioned phenomemon in this global world.
The most expats Aruba had were American during the golden time of the
refinery(Texaco). They had their own compound with a lot of facilities.
Houses, bowling alley, restaurants, supermarket, tenniscourts, baseballfield, basketball court, baby beach, Roger's beach, movie theater and even a hospital. That's what I would call privileged.
Not many Dutch people on Aruba.
On Curacao there were many Dutch people.
It did change a bit when the refinery closed in 1986 and Aruba got it status aparte. A lot of work had to be done to establish their own government and other institutions since all that was done before by Curacao. So they did need a lot of help from Holland because Aruba was and is still a member of the Dutch Kingdom and under Dutch law. Technical assistence came from Holland.
Mostly these assistants stayed for 2 or 3 years. They come and go.
The vd Sloots were immigrants in Aruba. They gave up their jobs in Holland and took a job in Aruba to stay there.
There are no really Dutch clubs here , compounds or whatsoever.
There used to be a Surinam club(don't know if it still exist), the Chinese people have their own society they support each other, so do the Latin Americans. But for the most part people of different backgrounds work here and blend nicely.
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