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Steve Sep 23rd, 2000 12:55 PM

Caicos all inclusives
We're a family w/teenage sons, looking for an all inclusive w/great food and lots of water sports. We loved Iberostar at Playa del Carmen in Mexico and want to try something similar but new destination this year. We've heard good things about Turks/Caicos, but we are not divers (some snorkling only). We prefer "european flavor" to American. Any suggestions about a destination? Thanks

Anon Sep 25th, 2000 10:34 AM

Try Europe

lovethatanswer Sep 25th, 2000 12:59 PM

While in Europe, looking for something with a little Caribbean flavor.

Karen Sep 26th, 2000 04:26 AM

Hi Steve, <BR>I too prefer the un-Americanized experience of Miami-beach hirises lined along a beach such as Cancun, Aruba some of the other islands. I also enjoy islands that attract a diversity of people from other countries so I know what you mean! The Turks and Caicos are "in" right now and Provo is growing rapidly but there are some places, especially on the "out" islands where the emphasis is less of the Disney-land vacation experience. But, I suspect that if you are interested in the "all inclusive" you might not find what you are seeking ... maybe someone more familiar with the all-inclusive option can help you with that!!!!!

Anon Sep 26th, 2000 06:52 AM

What's a hirises?

Anon Sep 27th, 2000 10:14 AM

I suspect hirises is "high rises"

k Sep 28th, 2000 04:55 AM

Now, now children. Just because some people don't like the fantastic,diverse,cuisine of American there is no need to shoot them down in flames!! <BR>I don't suppose you're Americans by any chance Anon and Anon??!?

anon's pal Sep 28th, 2000 06:52 AM

No we are Europeans with a little "american flavor".

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