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Babymoon in Turks & Caicos

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We are thinking about taking a couple of days to ourselves in late January or early February for a babymoon, and Turks & Caicos looks really appealing. We're looking at the West Bay Club in particular. I'm hoping some of the experts would be willing to address a coupls of the particular concerns I have with a babymoon in Provinciales--for example, is there access to good medical care in the event of an emergency? How about food and water safety? Are the restaurants generally OK and there is low incidence of food poisoning from improperly handled/cooked foods? I should note that my husband and I have travelled all over the world and are pretty adventurous, but there's nothing like being pregnant to make you extra cautious about what you eat and drink!! So, any restaurants that you would either recommend as generally pretty safe or, in the alternative, to avoid?

Thank you so much!

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