Fifty shades of blue in Turks and Caicos

Posted by The Canadian Jewish News
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If it’s a raucous experience you’re after, replete with colourful cocktails in a plastic cup with a little paper umbrella, don’t read any further.

My main activity while on holiday in Turks and Caicos was looking out over the ocean and wondering aloud: “Would you describe the water as azure or cerulean?” The question begged to be posed multiple times a day as the shades are ever-changing and always magnificent.

Turks and Caicos is actually comprised of many islands. Providenciales (aka Provo) covers 60 kilometres, including a 20-kilometre strip of paradise called Grace Bay Beach which I called home for a few nights. Grace Bay has most of the tourism infrastructure but remains pristine and peaceful.

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