Turks and Caicos Magazine

Leaving a little ‘something’ behind….

Voluntourism – is travel which includes volunteering for a charitable cause. A few months ago I came across a thread in the Turks and Caicos Forum of Trip Advisor along the lines of helping...

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Santa Maria Gaming Saloon in Grand Turk opens

This month marks the beginning of a brand new attraction in Grand Turk though, the Santa Maria Gaming Saloon.  Located in the same complex at White Sands Beach Resort right next to the Cruise Ship...

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An Evening at Garam Masala

Garam Masala is a fine dining, authentic Indian restaurant in the heart of Grace Bay in the Regent Village. Dulga, Sonya and I ventured over to the hot dinner spot one evening after work and it...

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A few favorite things about September

Ahh sweet September! Although for the most part this month is considered the slower season, to me it’s still the perfect time to make a quick trip to the islands. Travelling at this time of year has...

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Provo’s Children’s | A Glimpse of Heaven

Provo’s Children’s Home provides a safe haven for children in need. There’s no doubt that God has a special place in His heart for children, and, through the teachings of His Son Jesus Christ,...

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The Roots Of The Turks And Caicos Islands

Readers of this magazine will know that our goal in “Sampling the Soul of the Turks & Caicos Islands” is to encourage visitors and residents to look beyond TCI’s sun, sand and sea and dig into...

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Turks And Caicos Beauty Of Nature

Over 40 species of butterfly have been recorded in the Turks & Caicos Islands. They range from the large and showy Bahaman Swallowtail (Heraclides andraemon) down to the tiny Pygmy Blue...

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Turks And Caicos Hidden Gems Of The Sea

  Shells of the Turks and Caicos Islands In the last article I looked at some of the large and showy gastropods, but in this one I will concentrate on the smaller species. However, because I am...

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Birds And Nature Turks & Caicos Islands

As a child, I was not exactly popular, and by the definition of many of my classmates, downright eccentric. Rather than spending my allowance on new fashionable shoes, designer jeans or collectable...

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