events in turks and caicos you don’t want to miss

turks-and-caicos-events-by-myseastory-10i often think of the best time to travel to turks and caicos, and although the weather might be the main factor influencing your decision, there are happenings in provo that i wouldn’t want to miss – that is, if you’re looking to experience the local culture too.

these ones you shouldn’t miss –  Continue reading

christmas in turks and caicos

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how do we spend christmas in turks and caicos? it sure is different than in the city, with cold (and cozy) weather, enjoying time together by the fire place and eating roasted chestnuts.

it’s warm and sunny, there is little or no shopping, and we’re in flip flops and short sleeves all day. and because most of us are here without our families, we stick together and enjoy spending christmas with close friends. Continue reading

turks and caicos art & craft expo

turks-and-caicos-art-and-craft-expo-1every year the TCFAF organizes the art & craft expo, showcasing the most beautiful arts and crafts made locally here in the turks and caicos. it took place last weekend, at the salt mills plaza, and we went to check it out. it was a sunny day, and after a very rainy week, it felt like pure joy! there was santa to take pictures with the kids, local roasted coffee for a caffeine fix, refreshing coconut water from our own coconut trees, mouthwatering macarons and also some delicious healthy snacks and drinks. Continue reading

the spa at the regent palms

the-spa-at-regent-palms-by-myseastory-1i’ve been living in turks and caicos for almost 4 year (scary) and honestly, i don’t know why it took me so long to try out the spa at the regent palms. i guess, deep inside, i like having things on my bucket list, and dislike the feeling of having done it all. i had visited the spa, and seen some amazing wedding settings, but last week i finally treated myself to a spa treatment. a few moments after having booked, i received a confirmation email, which i found both professional and helpful, since i tend to forget the exact time of my appointments. Continue reading

our wedding anniversary weekend

my-sea-story-parrot-cay-1i know i’ve posted about parrot cay before but i don’t think i will ever get tired of visiting this beautiful island – we are so lucky to be a 20 minute boat ride away, and every reason to celebrate, we’re there!

so a couple of weeks ago, james and i went for the weekend, with the excuse of celebrating our 2nd wedding anniversary, and we brought julia with us, of course ;) we were also visiting my cousin, who’s been living on the island for the past year and a half, and sadly will be leaving soon. Continue reading