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Historical Salt Cay and St. John’s Church

  St. John’s is a beautiful old Anglican church also referred to as St. John’s the Divine and was built in the early 1800’s. We wandered through the graveyard which stretches to an old seawall. Mr. Holton Dickenson, the chatechist … Continue reading

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Conch Season Opens

I didn’t know we had a conch season here in the Turks and Caicos Islands. I found out yesterday that Conch season opened Oct 15th and will run until July 15. Conch has played an integral part in the islands’ … Continue reading

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Turks and Caicos Islands National Dress

I love this photo………the girls are soooo cute with such beautiful smiles and dressed in their national¬†costume. Up until 2002, we did not have a national dress representative of all the islands of the Turks and Caicos Islands. Our island … Continue reading

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Cave and Osprey Rock

The pirate’s cave at South West Bluff can be accessed through the water.¬† Jane and Jennifer climbed up the rope ladder into the little cave, through its roof opening, and onto the top of the cliffs where shipwrecked sailors came … Continue reading

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