Has anyone rented a cab in Grand Turk for the day or part of the day? If someone has, I would like to hear your impressions and also a specific company to contact if possible. Is there much of interest to see there?
DH and I took a cab from the center into town, I believe at that time we paid $5 each. It's true, there's not much in town. There is a small museum, but it was $10 to get in, which we thought was a bit steep. However, we stopped in at the "tourist bureau" and talked with a man who was some sort of island funtionary who was extremely friendly and very informative about the history - and future - of the island. We also met an elderly man working in a local warehouse who told us of his time in the Dutch Merchant Marines during WW II. He was so very proud of his island, it's history and it's future prospects. The island is small, but worth, I think, some little bit of exploration. Good luck and enjoy. Susan
Nathan did email me back and we have a golf cart reserved for the day. What is there as far as shopping goes? Is there some where to buy soft drinks and water? What are their crafts like - any pottery?