Travel Blogs from Providenciales
... 6'6", shaved bald head, covered in tattoos and looking like he'd rip your head off for a fiver.
I chose to walk past him and get on with my washing, which I did, but once my smalls were spinning I could see he was still struggling, so I bit the bullet and asked if I could help.
"I just don't seem to be able to get the darn thing to start," he said in deep southern drawl.
Well, it turned out he hadn't done the tricky paying bit yet, ...
... and a surprising Monday night live guitarist. After our 4th hand delivery Captain arrived last night we dined at what proved to be the most beautiful and best spot on the island, Opus. Perched on top of the hill above our marina we enjoyed a stunning view of the island at twilight, the crescent moon shimmed above the water for most of our meal before dipping below the horizon. The food was sensational, the wine was delicious and it couldn't have been the more perfect ...
... it was so cold, this was warm although very windy. Plus this time it was left hand lane driving, however some cars have the steering wheel on the left, and drive on the left. Confusing. I still have trouble on big turns or round-abouts and crossed 2 lanes of traffic and nearly rode up on the footpath at one point – oops! It was a big group and very relaxed tour with history of the islands along the way – their Parliament was dissolved by the British in ...
Providenciales is the most visited of the Caicos islands and the main entry for the country. To the increasing number of visitors has to offer miles of beaches, all with the same snow-white sand and incredible turquoise water plus a very good selection of Restaurants for a fine dining experience. Be aware tough, it's not a secret ...
... Turks and Caicos, with snorkeling boats making a nice sum of money from the "Free Dive for Conch Tour! No really, this is THE original conch dive tour!". Honestly, there are probably even songs that have been written about it. It's got a texture much like that of squid, although Ben likes to point out that it has far less flavor. In our first few days on the island, we ingested a vast amount of this TCI staple - not just the conch wontons ...
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