Gansevoort Turks + Caicos
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... David and the kids this was their first sushi in 3 months. A wonderful reward for our long passage. On Saturday we went to explore a new marina on the east side called Blue Haven. It is a beautiful marina where we spent some time playing a game of chess.
Tomorrow we leave for St. Thomas for a 5-6 day passage in the Atlantic ocean and down to the Caribbean. Dave's parents will meet us there for a visit. Looking forward to seeing family again.
... and lots of designer shops. Not over crowded but certainly over priced. Very Americanised. However a very dodgy pier to negotiate with no planks across it, just 9 inch wide beams to walk across - Sally not impressed! Once all the tourist boats went to bed, about 6pm we were deserted in the bay and could just hear strains of music coming from some of the hotel restaurants. Very calm and ...
Our plans to go snorkeling fell through so when the hotel was offering this glow worm tour, we thought we would give it a try. Pick-up at the hotel was around 4:15 pm and we spent a good 30 more minutes picking up additional passsengers at other hotels. Then we sailed over to the Leeward Marina where the crew picked up food for the trip. Then it's ...
As I've traveled around the world, one of my biggest goals has been to seek experiences off the beaten tourist path - to find a hole-in-the wall eatery, to take those random local road turns, and to meet quirky people who could be new friends (or, as I learned during my college years in Europe, your next stalker/ex significant other). Happily, I seem to have married a man who shares my travel style.
Having spent a few too many days in the land of 'would you like ...
... before going bankrupt. Cooper Jack sits abandoned with empty bulkheads and scattered piles of timber and brick, offering a deep, completely still, and protected harbor to tuck into. It was pretty impressive, actually. But just in case you thought it was too easy, we did have the challenge of figuring out what to tie the boat up to - there were bulkheads, but there were no pilings or cleats on which to attach our dock lines. Luckily, tucked all the way in around the last corner, ...