Resort Report

  • Written in Stone March 22, 2011 Saving rock inscriptions on Sapodilla Hill, Providenciales By Dr. Donald H. Keith, Chairman, TCI National Museum It’s 2 PM on Friday, December 10, and I’m sweating bullets. Not just because it’s hot but because with only 18 hours to go before we’re scheduled to remove 40 fragile boulders covered with ancient inscriptions from the top of Sapodilla ... Read more about this post
  • The Heart of the Islands March 22, 2011 Taking a day to explore North and Middle Caicos’ roots. By Kathy Borsuk ~ Photos By Claire Parrish Readers of this magazine will know that our goal in “Sampling the Soul of the Turks & Caicos Islands” is to encourage visitors and residents to look beyond TCI’s sun, sand and sea and dig into the intriguing natural ... Read more about this post
  • Treasures on the Salina March 22, 2011 Investigating one of the Caribbean’s most important archaeological sites. Story & Photos By Joost Morsink One of the most unique and important archaeological sites in the Caribbean is located on the south shore of Middle Caicos. Various archaeologists have worked at the site since 1912, continuously trying to answer new questions with new techniques. In May and ... Read more about this post
  • Meet a Friend Before You Visit March 22, 2011 Turks & Caicos Reservations service helps you plan the perfect trip. By Kathy Borsuk ~ Photos By Claire Parrish If you were planning a vacation to an unfamiliar destination (like the Turks & Caicos Islands), wouldn’t it be great to be able to “phone a friend” who lived there? Your buddy could give you the unbiased “insider ... Read more about this post
  • Archimedes, Archaeology & Artifacts March 22, 2011 “Old Heads” come to the rescue to solve the mystery of the screw. Story & Photo By Sherlin Williams I’ve been doing projects at the National Museum on Grand Turk for the last 15 years or so. I rebuilt the mechanism that used to turn the light in Grand Turk’s lighthouse. Then I worked on making a ... Read more about this post
  • Piecing Together the Puzzle March 22, 2011 The Antiguan years of Mary Prince Story & Photos By Margot Maddison-MacFadyen Bermudian-born Mary Prince is the earliest known freed black woman writer from the West Indies. Born in Bermuda in 1788, she was a member of that generation of enslaved West Indians living through first, the abolishment of the transatlantic trade in enslaved Africans by British ... Read more about this post
  • A Fighting Chance March 22, 2011 Sailrock poised to bring South Caicos to the forefront of development By Kathy Borsuk ~ Photos By Claire Parrish Boxers are notorious for comebacks. Think George Foreman, Sugar Ray Leonard, Evander Holyfield. And just like these proud, tenacious fighters, the island of South Caicos, a former heavyweight contender in the salt, air travel and fishing industries, is ... Read more about this post
  • Wild, Wild Northwest March 22, 2011 Ironically, this untamed area is among Provo’s most peaceful. By Kathy Borsuk ~ Photos By Christine Morden, Paradise Photography, www.myparadisephoto.com Even though it was over 25 years ago (gulp!), I remember quite clearly the day I fell in love with the Turks & Caicos Islands. I was a tourist, traveling with my husband at the time who ... Read more about this post
  • Ambiance with a Grin March 22, 2011 Windsong’s New Havana Club to offer regular comedy nights. By Kathy Borsuk ~ Photo By Jane Irion Before the 1960s, Cuba was a traveler’s paradise and the country’s capital, Havana, was known as the “Paris of the Caribbean,” strongly rivaling Miami as an exciting destination for tourists. Such film stars as Frank Sinatra, Ava Gardner, Marlene Dietrich ... Read more about this post
  • What If? January 12, 2011 What if Providenciales had a National Museum? By Dr. Donald H. Keith, Chairman, TCI National Museum This year, 2010, marks the 30th anniversary of the archaeological investigation of the Molasses Reef Wreck, the event that led to the establishment of the Turks & Caicos National Museum. As the archaeologist who directed the excavation, I received a government ... Read more about this post
  • They Only Come Out at Night January 12, 2011 When the sun sets on the coral reef, a different cast of characters comes out to play. By Suzanne Gerber ~ Photos & Captions By Barbara Shively Like the denizens of Lady Gaga’s demi-monde, the creatures who come out at night on the coral reef are a psychedelic parade of colors, shapes and textures. A nighttime visit ... Read more about this post
  • Generational Property January 12, 2011 Understanding and untangling land claims in the Islands. By Sara J. Kaufman, Manager, Forbes, Forbes & Forbes Ltd. It is not that long ago when the British government gave away massive tracts of land in their colonies of the Bahamas and the Turks & Caicos Islands to Loyalists fleeing the US, to UK citizens of power and ... Read more about this post
  • Mangrove Madness January 12, 2011 Challenging the TCI to make a stand . . . of mangroves! Story & Photos By Marsha Pardee, Marine Ecologist This is a story about a little seed of inspiration that culminated in the spoils of an environmental travesty. This is a story about propagating that seed into a multifaceted plan to help maintain environmental integrity. This ... Read more about this post
  • Turtle Travels Unraveled January 12, 2011 “Stay at home” turtles are valuable to boosting local populations. By Peter Richardson, Biodiversity Programme Manager, Marine Conservation Society In recent decades, scientists have discovered more and more about the amazing navigational ability of marine turtles. Through satellite tracking we have recorded epic migrations of female turtles making journeys of thousands of kilometres from nesting beaches to ... Read more about this post
  • A Warm Welcome January 12, 2011 Belongers’ views on tourism revealed in study. By Catherine M. Cameron, Cedar Crest College and John B. Gatewood, Lehigh University “Belongers” is the term given to Turks & Caicos Islands citizens, most of whom are descendants of the African slaves brought to the country in the 1600 and 1700s by Bermudian salt rakers and British Loyalists to ... Read more about this post

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Hobbyist photographer and Assistant Director for Research & Development at the TCI Department of Environment & Coastal Resources Dr. Eric F. Salamanca took this rare photo of a Bahama Woodstar hummingbird enjoying the nectar of Moringa flowers.

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