The family vacationer’s dilemma: an all-inclusive vs a condo

The family vacationer’s dilemma: an all-inclusive vs a condo

By Eileen Ogintz Tribune Content Agency AAH … the blessed sunshine, the white sand beach that stretches for 12 miles, the happy parents and giggling kids building sandcastles and playing. That’s right. It may be mid-January but Turks and Caicos’ famous Grace Bay Beach...
Last day in Turks and Caicos – so may options for families

Last day in Turks and Caicos – so may options for families

DAY FOUR (Turks and Caicos) — Conch shell craft or shell necklace? The kids club at The Somerset couldn’t be more different than the first-rate organized programs down the beach at Beaches, where there are more than 800 kids in house this week. Here, Kaye-Ann...
Day 3 in Turks and Caicos:  bonefishing and a sunset cruise

Day 3 in Turks and Caicos: bonefishing and a sunset cruise

DAY 3 (Turks and Caicos) — Liz Johnston was trying to find a vacation that would satisfy her four kids who ranged from 13-25. She and her husband settled on the all-inclusive Beaches resort on the spectacular Grace Bay in Turks and Caicos.  When they arrived and...