we’re loving it in new orleans, but sometimes we still think about turks & caicos… our friends, our routines, our usual spots, and of course our home with our favorite little things. i will always have great memories of our turks & caicos home. Continue reading
september is typically the quietest month on island, it’s the peak of tropical storms and hurricane season, and most restaurants are closed for vacation and refurbishment. ours was quite the opposite, with all the packing and organizing for our move. it was also a very emotional month, saying “see you soon” (would hate to say good bye!), spending as much time as we could with our friends and trying to make the most out of (barefoot) island life – we still managed to fit in one more trip to parrot cay and a long overdue weekend in south caicos. now, we’re so ready for what october has to offer!
julia at 20 months – julia on a sunset cruise with sail provo, just before leaving turks and caicos, and treasuring all the good times ♡
a weekly portrait of my daughter
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 –
i’m almost packed, and it’s not too late to get a few last minute souvenirs from turks and caicos, here’s what i’m planning to bring with me –
a ceramic turtle shell, hand made by joy (available at paradise arts), another animal i love, turtles are endangered and this is a great way to bring part of one with me.
a turks and caicos beach bag (available at dive provo), simple and classic, perfect for girls & boys.
and a treat for the flight, sea salt caramels from island kitchen (available at iga gourmet), made with local organic sea salt from salt cay.