The old stone California lighthouse stands as a silent sentry in the area known as ''Hudishibana'', near the island's northwestern tip. The lighthouse is named for the U.S. ship - the California - which sunk about two years previous to its construction in 1910. The site offers spectacular sunsets as the final shades of sunshine give way to a brilliant azure canopy. The lighthouse had become one of Aruba's scenic trademarks and offers a picture perfect view of the island's western coastline of sandy beaches, rolling sand dunes and rocky coral shorelines.
A big thanks goes to dear Pat for surprising me with awesome cards from his cruise! :)