Tradewind Guest Suites 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

      Blue Haven Marina - Day 3

      A travel blog entry by hemslie on Feb 19, 2015

      4 photos

      ... office stores. The roads are flooding already with huge puddles when it rains here there is no place for the rain to go. I was worried about our little car Kelly (that's the cars name) would get lost in the puddles. Guess what we found a Wine Store :-) it was a very interesting place 3 security guards and after you paid a young man took the wine to your car. The prices were high on the wine but the beer was cheap you just never ...

      Turtle Bay to Blue Haven

      A travel blog entry by hemslie on Feb 16, 2015

      8 photos

      ... beach bar and look out the palm trees blowing in the wind and the crystal clear blue / green water. Asian fusion was the theme tonight complete with chop sticks, Marjorie and I made the rice and cold slaw and Craig did the whahoo fish which had been seasoned and dipped in sesame seeds and quickly seared very delicious...what a team!

      Played some cards and dice another great night!


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      The best things come in small packages.

      A travel blog entry by monkeypants on Dec 19, 2013

      1 comment, 14 photos

      ... the first Spanish visitors and have been unaffected by any
      outside bloodlines for more than 400 years.
      The donkeys…..have more rights than the locals! They actually have a list of donkey rights
      and our bus driver moaned that these rights outnumbered his own. We saw a lot of these cute little beasts on
      our bus trip and also a lot of the stray (but friendly) pot bellied dogs. They get fed by the locals and wander about
      quite happily ...

      Final Days in Paradise

      A travel blog entry by christystar on May 10, 2013

      2 photos

      ... saying goodbye to the kids we knew. They asked us not to go and told us they would miss us. I told one of them I'd be back someday and he was so disappointed to not hear an exact time. When I said, "a couple years," he moaned and told me that was two long. Another boy asked me to return as an intern, and a bunch just hugged me and wouldn't let me go. One boy picked me up in a giant hug. As we walked out the gates, a girl I got close to attempted to drag me back ...

      Ultimate Octopus

      A travel blog entry by christystar on Apr 26, 2013

      3 photos

      ... for me to head to the docks.
      It had finally been a day with good weather, which showed by the amount of fish the fisherman brought in. In two hours, I measured over 300 fish. After about 150, this is no longer fun, but thankfully the fisherman were keeping my partner and me entertained. As I picked up fish to measure, one guy was teaching me the local names for the fish. Another was attempting to guess what weight each fish ...