Spring 2003

  • Litigation Considerations April 1, 2003
    In The Turks & Caicos Islands By Tim Prudhoe, McLeans International Attorneys. No right-minded client comes to these beautiful Islands with the intention of becoming a party to litigation. The Turks & Caicos Islands are no different than the rest of the world –in that everyone hates the litigation attorneys . . . until, that is, they ...
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  • Iguanas on the Move: April 1, 2003
    The Science of Translocation Story and Photos by Lee Pagni I have one hand around the back of an iguana’s spiny neck and the other just above its tail. I am kneeling to release it on hot white sand. These reptiles bite, so I let go quickly. The iguana doesn’t move. Time slows as we stare at each ...
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  • Islands of the Sea April 1, 2003
    A Natural History Story and Photos by Kathleen McNary Wood A tiny chain of emerald green islands sit poised in a seemingly endless and vast deep-blue sea surrounded by a thin fringe of crystal-white sands and shallow turquoise banks. Like glittering beads of a necklace, each color represents a precious jewel of natural history that makes these islands ...
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  • Space, Style and Sophistication April 1, 2003
    The Somerset on Grace Bay Story by Kathy Borsuk Artwork by The Baltimore Design Group Although they had an ocean between them, the sophisticated elite that settled in the sprawling penthouses of New York’s Upper East Side and the wealthy British Colonial travelers of yesteryear shared a common appreciation of elegance as they lived and traveled in style. Interestingly, ...
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  • Titles Don’t Count: The Turks & Caicos Club April 1, 2003
    Story & Photos By Kathy Borsuk Whether you approach from the beach or via the road, the Turks & Caicos Club seems to magically appear like a beautiful mirage. Its striking combination of white-trimmed, ivory buildings and red clay-tiled roofs stands in brilliant contrast to the deep blue sky, turquoise sea and verdant landscaping surrounding it. But ...
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  • Dressing Up The Islands: The Story Behind the National Costume April 1, 2003
    T & C National Costume Story by David Bowen, Cultural Officer, Turks & Caicos Tourist Board One of the very first tasks I put to myself, as the Tourist Board’s newly appointed Cultural Officer, was to work on getting a national costume recognized. Throughout my travels and many years abroad, I have seen a number of countries ...
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South Caicos was once a major exporter of salt harvested from its extensive salinas. Award-winning Master and Craftsman Photographer James Roy of Paradise Photography (myparadisephoto.com) created this vertical composition by assembling a series of six images captured by a high-definition drone which was a half a mile away from his position.

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