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Turks and Caicos: Grand Turk, a Carnival Cruise Port

I didn't get to take a taxi into town and if I have one regret, it is that one. Yet, from what I heard it was only about $5 USD to see the devastation caused by Hurricane Irma. Margaritaville is close by.  The port is built for shopping aficionados. I would love to come back (not on a cruise) and stay longer.


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