Interesting read in this article. I had no idea about some of the Canadian ownership.....
Yes, we've met quite a number of Canadian ex-pats and tourists over the years. No doubt the Canadian harsh winters have a little something to do with it.
BTW, it's taken years of practice, but I've finally learned to speak fluent Canadian. :-)
It is nice to read that there are still deals to be had and I think things are about to start up again.
having the expanded airport will only open up the island more.
I have met many Expat Canadians living and working on the island.
Hey....at home they are just across the lake!
And....many Americans love Turks and Caicos too!
Only if you end your sentences with "eh" are you truly speaking Canadian!!
You need to say tabarnak!
"You need to say tabarnak!"
Avoiding the use of French-Canadian slang has probably kept countless Americans out of bar fights -- myself included. :-)
Glad you picked up on that CaribDesi!!
Platipus... you're not playing fair.! Please don't mislead our friends from the south. :)
Is there a Canadian or American owned sports type bar along the Grace Bay area? In many other places we have gone there always seems to be an American or a Canadian who opens up a sports bar and plays NFL, MLB, NHL, Soccer, Olympics etc....games on a big screen. They are usually popular places. I can live without sports on a holiday but I know there are others who need the fix for a big game.
Is there a place like that there?
adana55............the Shark Bite Bar and Grill in Turtle cove may fit what you are looking for, its a sports bar with several big screeens right on the docks.....check out their website......www.thesharkbite.com.
Also Danny Bouys.
My favorite place for sports, especailly at night, is the giant screen on the sand at the Ganseevort beach bar.