The Venetian on Grace Bay
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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
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... Turks and Caicos. At the entrance we passed by breakers and noted that the depth of the ocean went from over 2000 feet to 20 feet within 500 yards. It was such an incredible thing to see the color of the ocean change from a deep purple to a beautiful turquoise color.
We arrive too late to check into customs so we dropped anchor for the night. The next morning we headed five miles to Caicos Marina and Shipyard. We went into town for a nice sushi ...
... them taking them out to sea! Deciding to try and swim ashore they realise they are going backwards. Lassie is launched and off Eric goes to pull them back to the beach. How ever on testing our engine again we still have a flat battery despite 3 hours of charging :-( Is it the new freezer or is the battery knackered? Time for some maintenance and battery swapping to make sure. we can start if necessary in an ...
Sean's jumping the gun again and has us shopping on our first day! We were going to do shopping on Saturday. Ah well. I guess we will have multiple shopping days. Amy and I were petering out so we stopped at Danny Buoys Irish Pub. Conch fritters were all out so we settled for some onion rings and a pizza. ...
... at this time of year, isn't cold either, so it was quite pleasant. As I knew how to ride, the leader asked me and another girl if we'd like to canter down the beach as we headed back. Of course! With an encouraging squeeze of my legs, Seuss was off, bolting down the beach, neck stretched out, snorting happily. Not having ridden for several years, it was an absolutely amazing experience, and it was nice to be given the chance to actually ride.
As I've traveled around the world, one of my biggest goals has been to seek experiences off the beaten tourist path - to find a hole-in-the wall eatery, to take those random local road turns, and to meet quirky people who could be new friends (or, as I learned during my college years in Europe, your next stalker/ex significant other). Happily, I seem to have married a man who shares my travel style.
Having spent a few too many days in the land of 'would you like ...