Thursday, August 20, 2009

All about Green Turtle Cay in the Out Islands of the Bahamas

As promised, this week’s show takes to the seas once again as Talkin' Tourism host Gary Guertin and co-host Robin Hicks-Connors cross the Gulf Stream once again to visit our friends and neighbors in the beautiful Bahamas.

The show venue is being hosted by Green Turtle Club Resort and Marina.

Some Green Turtle Cay factoids:

• Green Turtle Cay was one of the first islands settled in The Bahamas in the 1770’s by Revolutionary War Loyalists.
• It was named for the many green sea turtles found nesting on the beaches.
• The small island is one mile wide by 3 miles long.
• The museums, galleries, shops, and pastel-painted gingerbread homes are uniquely reminiscent of turn-of-the-century New England.

Green Turtle Club Resort & Marina resort manager Molly McIntosh, who has lived on Green Turtle Cay for twenty years, will certainly be able to provide Treasure Coast listeners (and listeners world-wide) fantastic insights about the where to go, what to do, and who to see while vacationing on this beautiful Out Island in the Bahamas.

Are there any Treasure Coast/Green Turtle Cay “connections”? Who else will be around the guest table this week. Find out by tuning your radio dial to WPSL 1590 AM or your computer to at 10 a.m. on Friday (August 21).
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