Villa Del Mar
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... in front of it before it turned bad. Oh boy! We pulled anchor at 0700 hours. As we headed out the waves was to our backs and the wind was at 90 degrees. Perfect day for sailing! We were able to sail for the majority of the 10 hour trip to Turks and Caicos. The last 15 miles we came into the old familiar head winds and waves to our bow.
There was an hour were I was on pins and needles. We had thunder and lightning all around us. I could see it develop ...
... I would even say that the broccoli soup was one of the best I've ever tasted.
The second day of kiting was not so great. We again started the day having to do a little shopping. Primarily for Brian, otherwise it wouldn't have happened! Top priority was surfboard wax for Brian. He said the board was too slippery. After stopping at several souvenir and dive shops, we were told we should go to the "Do it" home store (a ...
... from the dripping of water. It was a very cool tour and gave us all the illusion that we were in Pirates of the Caribbean, however, it was nice to breath fresh air again. Middle Caicos proved to be one of the most beautiful places I've ever seen. It seems so untouched and pleasing. Though we all desired more time, we had to leave Middle Caicos, drive through North and head to ...
... to corruption and brought back in direct command by a Governor and reinstated as a full British colony! Only problem of the tour was that we waited 2 hrs for lunch and in the end walked out cause others had another tour to join at 3pm. Shame cause after touring a conch farm, many looked forward to tasting the conch sampler platter at the restaurant. Probably for the best cause these things look a lot like giant snails and after the farm tour I was a bit grossed out by ...
... the time when it was the remote Caribbean escape has long since past as you can see from the number of new beach-front properties under construction. However, Provo (as it’s locally known) remains the paradise for snorkelers and beach lovers and, if you are adventurous enough, you’ll still find that dream beach all for ...