Wednesday, 19 November 2008

Hello Turks and Caicos

I know that to many the name sounds vaguely familiar but one can't quite figure out where one has heard it before. In the Atlantic, just under 80 nautical miles south east of Mayaguana in the Bahamas lie the islands of this British Overseas Territory which boasts a population of approximately 30 000. The Turks and Caicos islands are very similar to the Bahamas; full of coral reefs, flat, semi-arid, a little short of fresh water and blessed with absolutely clear blue water. One of the longest coral reefs in the world is found along these islands.

1 comment:

Lynda Lippin said...

You must dive and/or snorkel the reefs while you are here! Our barrier reef is the second largets in the world next to Australia's Great Barrier Reef. Also look for Jojo teh dolphin and his family.

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