Summer 2007

  • I Remember When… June 1, 2007 Longtime TCI Politician Hilly Ewing looks back on the old days. Interview By Andre Garneau and Embry Rucker Historical Photos Courtesy TCI National Museum Collection Hilly Arthur Ewing was born on December 11, 1930 in Blue Hills, Providenciales. He grew up to become one of the Turks & Caicos’ original political leaders. In fact, the government building currently ... Read more about this post
  • Partying, Taino-style June 1, 2007 The ritual of Taino arietos often had a deep and sacred meaning. By Bill Keegan and Betsy Carlson Music and dance are integral parts of human life. Every culture in the world has songs and dances that are used to mark important occasions and special ceremonies. Among the Tainos these were called arietos. Taino communities are characterized by ... Read more about this post
  • Take Your Mark, Get Set…Go! June 1, 2007 Recent athletic competitions have spurred interest in TCI sports tourism. By Sarah Gooch The face of tourism in the Turks & Caicos Islands is on the precipice of change. For years now, developers and the government itself have encouraged a high-end and exclusive market geared towards the crème de la crème of the travelling public, offering luxury ... Read more about this post
  • Luxurious in Its Simplicity June 1, 2007 Dellis Cay development promises one of the world’s “rarest living experiences.” By Kathy Borsuk ~ Illustrations By dbox Inc. Dellis Cay has always been a rare and magical place. Tucked between Fort George and Parrot Cays along the string of jewels between Providenciales and North Caicos, seekers of the secluded have prized its sugar-sand shores and vibrant ... Read more about this post
  • One Country, Many Nations June 1, 2007 Is Providenciales becoming the “melting pot” of the Caribbean? By Katya Brightwell Once upon a time there was a sleepy island called Providenciales. Just about 550 men, women and children lived there. There were no roads and no cars. There was no television. There was no airport. And visitors from other countries were rare. And then one day, ... Read more about this post
  • “Can’t Get No Respect” June 1, 2007 Often feared, the humble eel is actually fascinating to study. Story by Suzanne Gerber ~ Photos by Barbara Shively Pity the poor eel. It never makes anyone’s Top 10 list of Favorite Fish. In fact, for many underwater visitors, the mere pronunciation of its name inspires profound fright, often bordering on terror, or, at best, disgust. And ... Read more about this post
  • Pining Over Extinction June 1, 2007 Can TCI protect its National Tree from an introduced pest? By B. Naqqi Manco, Senior Conservation Officer, TCI National Trust and Martin Hamilton, UK Overseas Territories Programme, Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew Biologists often ponder what thoughts were going through the minds of the people who witnessed the death of the last member of an entire species. ... Read more about this post

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German photographer Georg Roske took this interesting image as part of a series of photos for the new South Bank development on Providenciales. And although he takes his pictures intuitionally and spontaneously, he realizes the “perfect moment” must be well calculated. For more of his work, visit www.georgroske.de

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