Travel Blogs from Providenciales
... to start a large scale development only to halt after permanently altering the face of the island. The settlements are few and far so cruisers tend only to come here if they are in need of rest from easterly winds.
We navigated through Abrahams's Bay which is littered with coral and rocks. It is important to get a clear day with the sun overhead to reveal rock heads from the shallow depths of the bank/shoal. In our navigation books it is suggested ...
... some scary incidents, no great commendable progress but nevertheless progress. I am enjoying it and Brian is having a blast with his yellow frankenboard. Perhaps he will add his editorial comments and his musings in the next few days...
I would like to report that I have made great progress with my kiteboarding but sadly that is not the case at all. I have been trying to recover from a pretty bad ...
... building with chicks and ducklings only a few days old. Naturally, we held them and took pictures with the furry little birds. Finally, we made it back to the bus and headed off to the ferry station. At some point, we took a short stop to view the hundreds of flamingos that settle in the marshy waters of North. Though they were far in the distance, the bright pink birds stood out beautifully. Eventually got back on the ferry and made our way to ...
... and said, "wow that's a good muffin." Brian said, "what, you can get a muffin anywhere." Then he took a bite and said, "ok, that's a good muffin."
Our trip to Bight Reef almost started in disaster. The dive shop back home sold me a neoprene mask strap that was supposed to replace the silicone strap. So I blithely removed the strap. Then I realized there was no way to insert the neoprene strap. 30 minutes later, with the help of ...
... dense, dark blue. Larger pelagic fish tend to haunt this area; in fact, we saw eight to ten foot long nurse sharks wandering about this region. One actually swam alongside Ben, about an arm's length away.
The normal public would contend that sharks are scary... but divers are an odd lot and tend to think such encounters are cool. I myself think that the barracudas are much scarier. They have these huge teeth and have actually been known ...
Other places to stay in Providenciales
Grace Bay Road, Providenciales | 5 star hotelfrom $390
Grace Bay Rd, Providenciales | 3 star hotelfrom $140
- Good Value
- Getting too built up.
Grace Bay Beach, Providenciales | 4 star hotelfrom $444
Grace Bay, Providenciales | 5 star hotelfrom $469
- It may be good in 2006
- 5 star marketing with 1 star execution
Grace Bay Road, Providenciales | 4 star hotelfrom $513
- Perfect place for romance
- Recent week vacation to turks and caicos
Airport Plaza, Airport Rd, Providenciales | Hotelfrom $154
Grace Bay Beach, Providenciales | 3 star hotelfrom $167
- Most excellent beach front resort
- Great value on a fabulous beach
- Lovely Holiday at Sibonne
Ventura Drive, Providenciales | 5 star hotelfrom $461
- Great place to relax
- Quality peace and quiet
- Great accomadations and beach
Lower Bight Rd 218, Grace Bay, Providenciales | 4 star hotelfrom $488
- Great, Quiet Property
- Beautiful Place for Our Honeymoon
- Nice and Quiet. Great R & R
Marina Road, Providenciales | 4 star hotelfrom $378
Stubbs Road, Providenciales | 3 star hotelfrom $276
Grace Bay, Providenciales | 3 star hotelfrom $166
Crescent Road, Providenciales | 4 star hotelfrom $219
Grace Bay Beach, Providenciales | Hotelfrom $200
Grace Bay Rd, Providenciales | 3 star hotelfrom $132
Five Cays Settlement | Hotelfrom $222
Turtle Cove, Providenciales | 4 star hotelfrom $224