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Most Beautiful Beaches in the World: Grand Turks Islands

25 Apr

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Writers Seminar on a Caribbean Cruise: Combine them and you will have a vacation of a lifetime! Learn on days at sea and enjoy the most beautiful beaches, waterfalls and tropical flora around the ports your cruise ship anchors. Get more info at http://writers.thecruiseevent.com/

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I am very excited to tell you about our upcoming Writer’s Seminar at Sea. We’ll be sailing on November 3, 2013, aboard the incredible new Carnival Breeze, recently named 2012’s “Best New Ship” by Cruise Critic.  Learn about publishing, effective techniques to market your books, network with peers, and have the time of your life in the exotic Caribbean! See complete details http://writers.thecruiseevent.com/
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One of the stops will be on Grand Turks Islands
Lonely Planet writes: “How about white-sand beaches, clear blue water and a climate that defines divine. Secluded bays and islands where you’ll see more wild donkeys than other travelers. Historic towns and villages that look like something out of a pirate movie, where life creeps along at a sedate pace. The capital of this multi-island nation, wee Cockburn is home to only 5500 people on an island just six miles long. Cruises dock…

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