September 08, 2006

'DON'T DRINK THE WATER' AND DON'T EAT THE FOOD!






Maybe they should change their name
from "Occidental" to "Ooops! Accidental!"



Occidental's Food
This is not a 1 star resort


(Source)--On this past Tuesday while we were at the Occidental, they had trays of salami and cheeses set out in the buffet. I started to get the feeling that the same food was being used over and over. So I did a little experiment. I turned the most top piece of salami and then a slice of cheese sideways so that they were opposite of the others on the tray.


Everyday the same tray with the same slices was set out and it lasted until we left saturday morning. I also dropped some broccli (sic) in the chicken wings and yes- you guessed it- they lasted all week also. They are using the same food and reheating or resetting it out day after day after day. It must be a new standard for a five star restaurant! I will be conducting more experiments.



Brian



7 comments:

Deb357 said...

Talk about food poisoning. Aruba should be sited from Health Departments
from United Nations. This is way below standards of Food and Health Board
regulations. Go read the replies. Pathetic! They are trying to make it seem
ok since others do the same thing across the globe. LOL They should be
saying how discusting and that they should be turned over to the health
regulators in Aruba or shut down. If there is such a thing there.

People can get food poisoning from this and possibly die. What are they
thinking...sure not about their tourist and their health risk. They can be
held liable for damages if not careful. Someone needs to send in an
investigation on this resturant.

Anonymous said...

One thing you don't know, many Dutch pick up the habits from the Middle East people, that they pull their ass hole shit hair balls with their fingers. And the hotel kitchen workers seldom wash their hands after they come out of the toilets. If you look clsoely in those Aruban hotel beffets, you might find some tiny shit balls among the salads they serve to the American tourists. The Arubans are animals, all are just like Joran.

Auntiem said...

Forget food poisoning, what about the "other additives" that is put into the food and drinks, especially, but not exclusively, of women. There have been married couples who have been drugged, kidnapped, the men beaten women raped. I think I'd rather chance food poisoning, than those scenarios. One couple lived to report the crime (not that the report did much good on Aruba). How many others did not? Go ahead, if you do not value your life or those of your loved ones. Go to Aruba, eat, drink, and DIE!! Or just be forever a "missing person".

Anonymous said...

I went to Aruba two years ago. Landed on Saturday. Felt fine all the way through Monday evening. Monday evening, we went to one of Aruba's more famous restaurants. Woke up sick Tuesday and stayed sick for almost four days. Most everyone said "Oh, you probably got food poisoning." A friend who lives in Aruba said that particular restaurant has been written up several times by the Aruba Board of Health (whatever that is). Locals don't eat there.

Auntiem said...

Better Still, DON'T GO THERE!!!!

Anonymous said...

I'm not surprised in the least.

3rd World Countries don't have the home training in ethics or cleanliness that Americans do. Oh sure there are some in America that are like that, but I can tell you that if any employee's did this in any 5 star resturants, they wouldn't have a job for very long. It's not tolerated. The owners of these superb resturants value their businesses and clients.

Anonymous said...

"I went to Aruba two years ago. Landed on Saturday. Felt fine all the way through Monday evening. Monday evening, we went to one of Aruba's more famous restaurants. Woke up sick Tuesday and stayed sick for almost four days. Most everyone said "Oh, you probably got food poisoning." A friend who lives in Aruba said that particular restaurant has been written up several times by the Aruba Board of Health (whatever that is). Locals don't eat there."

Bless your heart. You had food poisoning, that is for sure.

Food poisoning, dengue fever, drugs, date rape drugs, and unsafe adventures on Aruba are highly dangerous.

Oh, and don't ever eat ice cream in 3rd world countries either. If the ice cream melts, they refreeze it and sell it anyways. You will be so sick.