we’re about to board to new orleans as i finish writing this post. moving from a quiet island to a small but busy city is going to be quite the change. i know i’m going to miss turks and caicos, our home, my barefoot beach life, the weather and the laid back life everyone loves, and mostly my friends.
but i think i’ll miss the smaller nuances of the island too – these are the things that make turks and caicos, and provo, special to me. they are my favorite hidden gems on island, and are the places that made me feel at home here (beware, there’s a lot of food talk ahead) –
almost daily coffee dates (and playdates) with the friendliest team at lemon 2 go
friday happy hours with the kids at via veneto, and their bresaola pizza on pizza nights
mid week lunches at somewhere, oh those pulled pork tacos
linguini fra diavola at caicos cafe, best lobster dish on island
baby group playdates and russian tea cakes at melt
thanks to everyone who has been following my turks and caicos adventure on the blog – your emails, comments and tweets helped motivate me to explore the islands and stay inspired. turks and caicos is a very special place and myseastory has brought me that.
(i will not miss the mosquito bites, sandflies, the unbearable heat during summer months and my sweating all day…)
it’s pouring in provo as i write this, tropical storm joaquin came as a surprise and our flights to new orleans got canceled, staying safe and working on a couple of last blog posts on turks & caicos before we, hopefully, fly out tomorrow.
to ‘celebrate’ almost 5 fears of fun and exciting island life, i thought i would share the most read posts about the turks and caicos. if you’re planning to visit turks and caicos, this is a great round up of my favorite turks & caicos posts too –
julia at 20 months – jumping in the pool, playing sand castles on the beach, hunting for geckos, petting potcakes, and a sandy feet baby life, enjoying her last week in paradise (although she probably doesn’t know) ♡
how many beaches have you visited in turks and caicos? grace bay beach is the longest, beautiful and award winning one, but there are so many more worth a visit. there are still a couple i have never been too (and will have to be on my bucket list for my first visit back!) –