Turks and Caicos – Travel Observations
David E. Cox, 9 months ago 0 1 min read 205
I visited Providenciales, Turks and Caicos for the first time in April 2022. It was a beautiful island, and I experienced some beautiful sunsets. In addition to the sunsets, here are a few things I observed during my vacation.
- Making your own rules seems to be the way of life in Providenciales.
- Automobile tags are optional (see #1) I read that you have to be careful on the roads, because there were quite a few untagged, uninsured vehicles.
- The turquoise water is incredible, unlike any I’ve seen in my life.
- I met Omar, of Omar’s Beach Hut. I thought that was cool.
- I saw more vacationing dogs there than I’ve seen anywhere. Turks and Caicos seems to be a popular canine vacation spot.
- Masks are required in most places, but it’s perfectly okay if you don’t wear one (see #1)
- In addition to driving on the opposite side of the road, driving consists of a lot of speed bumps and traffic circles…
- $13.99USD for a box of Honeynut Cheeerios®! I like them, but damn. They’re still in that grocery store.
- People drive through puddles like they’re afraid. They almost come to a complete stop.
- The sand is extremely fine, almost powdery. It gets in everything.
- Some of the cars are really nice – most are not nice at all.
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