Pirates Hideaway Guest House on Salt Cay

Address: Victoria Street, Salt Cay, Turks and Caicos Isl. | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Victoria Street, Salt Cay.
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      Travel Blogs from Salt Cay

      Final Days in Paradise

      A travel blog entry by christystar on May 10, 2013

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      ... It was amazing to explore our swim zone for one final time. We also went for our 50 cent icees. Dinner was followed by the community flooding in. Four of our groups would be presenting to anyone who wanted to listen. Locals, the governor and company, and scientists from the TCI were all present. After the presentation, we watched a video made by one of our make a difference groups and said goodbye to those leaving. A little girl who always hugged ...

      Random Shananigans

      A travel blog entry by christystar on May 08, 2013

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      ... and we could see the glow of Grand Turk across the water. We enjoyed just talking, laughing, and taking pictures. After a long walk on the beach, my tent mate (Dani) and I decided to go to sleep so that we could wake up and see the sunrise. I'll never forget the beauty of looking out of the tent and seeing sand and stars and hearing the water rush ashore. There is truly no better place to sleep than on a beach. At 630 we sat up and watched ...

      Weekend Wonders

      A travel blog entry by christystar on Apr 29, 2013

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      ... our measuring board was not even long enough to measure these two fish, I had to get a little creative and mathematical to figure out the exact length. I must admit, I felt pretty awesome holding the giant fish in my hands. It was also really nice to have a good topic of conversation to have with the fisherman. I learned that they actually do remember my name and really enjoyed just talking. The rest of the night was pretty ...

      I Must Be Dreaming!

      A travel blog entry by christystar on Apr 24, 2013

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      ... we reached the center, my always-hungry friend appeared with a huge bowl of leftover mashed potatoes before I could even put my camera away. We attempted to watch a movie but decided to go to sleep instead. It was a very busy, fun-packed day!!!!! My birthday weekend could not have been any better.

      Though I haven't gotten to snorkel as much as I would like too, we have still had a few awesome days of waterfront. Our most recent snorkels ...

      Returning to the Big South

      A travel blog entry by christystar on Apr 01, 2013

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      ... to church together in the evening. The Catholic church, St. Lucy's, was small with no wall decorations. Fold up chairs were the only place to sit and our group made up almost half of the congregation. It was a simple, beautiful mass with no music but plenty of off-key singing. After church, we returned home and waited for dinner. A group of us played an intense card game called Jungle ...