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WHALE WATCHING WITH BIG BLUE UNLIMITED but we think the idiom’s cute, so just go with it. There are a high number of homeless dogs on the island. You can stop by Potcake Place in the Saltmills and take a puppy to the beach for a walk. Okay, okay, after all that activity, we know you’re hungry. The Fish Fry on Thursday nights in the Bight Park merges local food, Caribbean music, Junkanoo dancing, local craft artisans and rum-filled coconuts into one memorable tropical experi-ence. Now let’s take a detour – a deep dive, if you will… It’s time to take a closer look at a couple of major underwater sports you can take part in here in the TCI. We’d be remiss if we didn’t mention snorkelling the coral reefs is hugely popular. It’s essentially a lens into the life below, with many coral heads lying just metres off of the shoreline. Fusing snorkelling and scuba diving into one aquatic whole, Snuba gives non-certified divers the chance to explore the island’s coral reefs from greater depths. Certified? What? True story. You need certification to scuba dive, but don’t let that stop you from trying it. Lest we forget, freedom is yours in the TCI. Discover Scuba Diving (DSD) is an introductory course to div-ing. Certification isn’t gained, but it’s a fantastic way to test drive the sport. Booking a DSD course or a resort course is a simple matter. Just contact a PADI dive shop while you’re here. Regardless of Visit the Turks & Caicos Islands at www.WhereWhenHow.com NOV/DEC/JAN/FEB 2017/2018 • • • • • 57

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