Beyond an award winning beach …

Wednesday, November 30th, 2016

Pine Cay is a special place for many reasons – an award-winning beach, cuisine defined as “poetry” and service so hospitable most people come back, again and again.  But aside from that, here are six things you can do ONLY on Pine Cay, just a…
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Family Vacations, Private Island and “Best” Beach

Wednesday, October 26th, 2016

I don’t know about you, but when I have been on vacation with my family, whether it be in the winter and we are traveling away from home or in the summer and we are spending part of the weekend away, we are ALWAYS in…
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A Best Beach Makes “Honor Roll”, Caribbean Style

Wednesday, October 19th, 2016

What’s in an award?  For some it’s simply a piece of paper that says you are good at something, but for others it’s supreme acknowledgment that your hard work has been recognized. At The Meridian Club, Turks & Caicos, we take our awards seriously.  Each…
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A word about Zika

Thursday, August 11th, 2016

If you are considering a vacation south of the northeast United States – in Florida, Puerto Rico, and beyond – you may be concerned about the possibility of Zika in your travels. To alleviate your concerns in regards to cases in Turks & Caicos, we…
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Private Island Cuisine, Poetry?

Thursday, June 23rd, 2016

Most people vacationing on a private island would normally feel concerned about what they would eat, where they would eat, etc.  On Pine Cay, guests never have to fear, because The Meridian Club Bistro has a varied menu, several key dishes, and often features sea-to-table…
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To “treat” or not to “treat”, that IS the question …

Tuesday, April 26th, 2016

Last winter I attended a “President’s Club” conference, meeting, incentive (whatever term you want to use) at the El Conquistador.  It was a very well planned event, including concerts every night by known pop/rock artists, gifts from luxury retailers, and fabulous food enough for a…
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The Best Beaches in the Caribbean

Wednesday, March 2nd, 2016

Given my propensity to “reach the beach” and my love of travel (76 countries and counting), I am often asked to rate the best beaches around the world. From Zanzibar (before I went to Africa, I thought this was only a Billy Joel lyric) to…
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