Pirates Hideaway Guest House on Salt Cay

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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    ... british man, wearing pink pants, who runs an entire island nation, totally hit on me. Definitely a moment to remember. Interns and classmates then gathered in the common areas to watch the slide show we put together of weird and inappropriate pictures of us all. It was so entertaining.
    Wednesday, our last full day on South. No one was happy waking up this morning. We were all too aware of how limited our time was at this home. Our staff ...

    Random Shananigans

    A travel blog entry by christystar on May 08, 2013

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    ... out the logarithms. Finally, I had something I could work with. I compared our logarithm equation to those generated for the same species in on other areas (using Fishbase, which stores all this information). Only some seemed comparable, yet I still decided to use the logarithms to compare differences in growth between years. However, after generating graphs for every year missing weights, all the growth curves were the same because they were ...

    Weekend Wonders

    A travel blog entry by christystar on Apr 29, 2013

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    ... day, we wanted to make an especially cool Creature Feature. Using tiny nets to catch fish was not the most successful attempt, but our staff member did manage to catch a small lion fish. The next hour of our day was spent carrying buckets of water from the swim zone to our tank and then staring and watching the lionfish. Almost all of us spent at least part of our morning just staring into our tank. This week, I gave swim lessons ...

    I Must Be Dreaming!

    A travel blog entry by christystar on Apr 24, 2013

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    ... we all get to take pictures with the turtle. The second time we went, my partner (Em) and I were equally unsuccessful as the first time spotting and catching turtles, but I did see a very large lionfish under a rock. However, we watched our friends catch one and helped them get back to the boat. My friend, Kayla, held the turtle close and swam backwards towards the boat while my partner held her up in the water, and I directed them what direction ...

    Day 3--Sea Day

    A travel blog entry by rozbp on Mar 25, 2013

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    ... I so it was worth it.

    We dined in a creperie (Bistro on Five) for lunch; it was really good and only cost $5.00 each. I’d never had crepes stuffed with meat before, usually its dessert or breakfast. We met another couple, this time from southern California and he’d served in Viet Nam; we had great food and good company. Afterwards, we decided to return to the suite for my little political junkie to catch up ...