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... to fame is its pristine beaches and its possession of the third largest coral reef in the world. It also has a “wall”: a point in the sea with a nearly vertical drop from 40 feet deep to 1000 feet deep. I booked a snorkeling tour here; I figured if my four-year-old grandson could learn to snorkel, I could. I even brought my underwater camera to get pictures at the reef. However, the weather gods did ...
... the fish, so for those close by, or those on the decks everyone had the opportunity to enjoy seeing the beautiful tropical creatures. The fish of course not the snorkelles.
I stayed in the water for about 20 minutes, the coral and different fish I saw were so colourful but as I don't own an underwater camera you'll have to take my word for it.
Once everyone was back on board the captain announced that the fruit punch that we had been served when ...
We decided to stay on the ship instead of getting off in Grand Turk. We walked around the ship and played trivia, of course!
We finally scored a clamshell on the Serenity Deck but it was too hot to stay. (I hate having to sign out towels).
We met a very nice couple from Atlanta this morning. Carol and Hedra (he's from Cuba). They ...
... another catamaran, but she didn’t feel up to snorkeling. So she did the Coast to Coast Grand Turk Safari.
I left the boat at 11:15 am to be there for my excursion at 11:45 am. It was just a short talk to the boat dock, but we had to wait there a while as our catamaran came in from the tour before and unloaded lots of people. Thankfully our tour wasn’t nearly as full and there was plenty of room on the boat. We had to sit in ...
... landing and it is widely considered that his winding up there
really put the Turks and Caicos islands on the global map for tourism.
On to our day. We had a ticket which allowed us to use the
hop on hop off bus service for tourists.
We had no idea where the stops actually were but we thought it would
allow us to explore the historical parts of the island at our leisure. The idea is that you hop off the bus and
another would ...