A little “me-time” is hard enough
for a busy TV star but Tammin Sursok is all
about the family vacation on island.

tammin sursok: actor, traveler, blogger, mom

Poor, sweet Jenna Marshall! Tormented –then  blinded! – by the jealous mean-girl clique of Rosewood, USA, while still just a teenager! But she’ll get her revenge. Or will she? That’s the Tammin Sursok known to fans of the hit Freeform network series Pretty Little Li­ars (once described as “Desperate Housewives for teenagers”). Think over-the-top tween/teen…

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randy moss: keeping an eye on the ball

Like most sports-loving Canadi­ans, Ryan Jones grew up playing hockey. At some point, though, he and his twin brother began gravi­tating toward American football. It became his great love. Today, Jones is a Providenciales resident and a devoted evangelist of the game he credits with sustaining him through the death of his father when he…

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mixology of style: what’s hot this winter

Top Image: (Left) Haider Ackermann makes combining street style with high fashion look effortless. (center) See thru to the hottest trends for spring/summer 2017 with Fendi’s sheath skirt layered over fanciful floral. (right) Masterfully combining prints, Giambattista Valli creates sophistcated yet fun looks. –  INDIGITAL IMAGES I’ve always loved employing the concept of juxtaposition, whether…

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The islands are full of rare beauty, including Encyclia caicensis, orchids, native
solely to Turks & Caicos.

Encyclia caicensis: native orchids

Perfume ads tend to conjure up surreal empty fields filled with flowers that bloom aromatically, but at the end of Middle Caicos, at a place called Wild Cow Run, that dream really does exist. Following the single road that winds through sleepy villages like Conch Bar and Bambarra, places where friendly elders pass the time…

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Delano Williams, who grew up on the island of Grand Turk, is inspiring his birth nation.

tci olympian delano williams making waves

During the two exciting weeks of athletic competition at the Rio Olympic Games, we often heard tear jerking stories of impoverished youth overcoming insurmountable odds to achieve greatness. For both Delano Wil­liams and me, natives of the island of Grand Turk, an abundance of love – and food, kept us happily unaware of any lack…

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family time: try a pedal cruise

Looking to take a quick spin around Grace Bay, maybe socialize a bit, maybe get a little exercise? If that sounds like music to your ears, try renting a pedal car. Paradise Pedal Cruisers in Saltmills Plaza is the brainchild of popular local sax-man Jervon Laporte, a versatile musician and entrepreneur. One day, while watching…

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The Shore Club will open to guests this winter season.

Shore Club: little touches add up to big success

There are elements of the new $100 million, 38-suite, 110-room, six-villa Shore Club on Providenciales’ Long Bay that fall well within the conventional expectations of a 21st century high-end luxury resort. After all, resort developer Stan Hartling didn’t originally set out to redefine luxury travel. He had a bigger existential question to answer first: Can…

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