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October is National Heritage Month in the Turks and Caicos. If you are thinking of planning a fall vacation at what is traditionally a quieter time of year here, there still are a number of interesting events to experience.
Kicking off National Heritage month at the beginning of October, the Salt Festival is held on Salt Cay off of Grand Turk, to the east of the Caicos island chain.
Salt was once the Turks and Caicos' most valuable commodity, with almost as much value as a currency. The flat salt pans of the surrounding cays made the Turks and Caicos the perfect place to produce this valuable resource.
One of the newest additions to the Turks & Caicos restaurant scene is Fire & Ice Restaurant. This new place melds together the elements of hot and cold just perfectly to give diners an amazing experience. As the Huffington Post has recently mentioned, “…the Caribbean is quickly becoming a gourmet dining epicenter,” with the Turks & Caicos clearly leading the charge.
Two years after the wedding, Bugs and Kevin traveled back to their honeymoon spot: the Tuscany Turks and Caicos. Powdery sands, turquoise water, the caribbean sun, relax, peace and pampering with a smile. So many memories and special moments are connected to the luxury resort... so why not experience it a second time? Life is a journey so keep travelling and make the best of it
We scheduled a sunset session to take advantage of the golden light and the cooler temperature: a glass of wine in the hands, the will to play, sincere laughters, lots of cuddling and kisses…
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