Today’s Photo Friday (#FriFotos on Twitter) theme is LUXURY. In January 2009, Chris and I traveled to the Turks and Caicos island of Providenciales, a much needed break from the cold weather on the US East Coast.
When we arrived, I realized that for $350 per night accommodations, we were in the Provo slums. Not exactly, but we didn’t have a beach front room, most of which cost a minimum of $700 to a few grand per night. However, our room was a very minor issue, as the beaches were the attraction and the definition of luxury – fine white sand beaches, clear aquamarine water, and loungers and day beds in front of many of the hotels.
Don Faust | Partner, Contributor and Photo Editor of the travel site www.caroundtheworld.com, winner of 2010 Lowell Thomas travel writing award.