There’s nothing like a great beach bar – a place to kick back with a tropical beverage and listen to the sounds of the ocean or a local band playing island tunes. Those included on our list were selected for the best in food, drink, and live music. Join us in visiting the best Caribbean beach bars! Click each image…Read More
Sunday is beach day! Pull on your suit, grab your sunscreen, and join us in strolling along our favorite Caribbean beaches! Click an image for more information: All words and images ©2006-2018 Wendy G. Gunderson. Any use without written permission is prohibited. For licensing information, please send inquiries via the Contact page.
It’s a classic found throughout the Caribbean. Peas and rice accompany many of our favorite meals on our travels through the islands. This gorgeous plate of food was found at Hole in the Wall, on Airport Road, Providenciales, Turks & Caicos Islands. It was recommended by our rental car agent (rental car guys and taxi drivers are some of the…Read More
Click on an image for a feature on these favorite beach bars! All words and images ©2006-2018 Wendy G. Gunderson. Any use without written permission is prohibited. For licensing information, please send inquiries via the Contact page.
“Just One Day” takes us to Providenciales in the Turks & Caicos Islands. The Turks & Caicos Islands include 40 islands and cays, eight of which are inhabited. Grand Turk is the center of government for the islands, but the islands are probably best known for the island of Providenciales, home to what is often regarded as one of the…Read More
When people think of the Turks & Caicos Islands, they often think of Providenciales, the tourism center of the islands, famous for the gorgeous stretch of powdery sand which is Grace Bay Beach. The Turks & Caicos Islands are actually 40 islands and cays, 8 of which are inhabited. Among the inhabited islands is Middle Caicos, known for the…Read More
Courtesy of Da Conch Shack, on Providenciales in the Turks & Caicos Islands, is this beautifully prepared conch salad, pulled fresh from the ocean. Once the conch shell hits the work table, they knock a hole in the top of the shell, to expose the tendon which holds the conch inside. In one swift motion with his knife, the tendon…Read More
It has been said that food always tastes better with your feet in the sand. That’s true, and it tastes even better if you can have a rum punch in your hand while you watch them pull your meal from the sea. At Da Conch Shack in the Blue Hills area of Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands, you can experience…Read More
Try the Conch Knocker at Da Conch Shack, Providenciales, Turks & Caicos Islands. For more on one of our favorite beach bars, read on… SaveSave All words and images ©2006-2018 Wendy G. Gunderson. Any use without written permission is prohibited. For licensing information, please send inquiries via the Contact page.
Have you “been to Barbados?” I am reading “And a Bottle of Rum: A History of the New World in Ten Cocktails ” by Wayne Curtis, a book suggested by Carlton Grooms of “Coastlines and Tan Lines.” I just came across a passage where the author recounts that Benjamin Franklin, the publisher of the “Pennsylvania Gazette,” printed up 228 different words…Read More