A retaining wall hand made with conch shells. A wild donkey gazing out to a turquoise coloured sea. Sun faded whitewash on historic buildings. Fishing boats neatly aligned at the dock.
This is Cockburn Harbour, a sleepy community of approximately 500 residents on the eight-square mile island of South Caicos that was at one time a vibrant economic centre and remains an alluring place to escape the rigors of daily life and explore some interesting aspects of the history of the Turks and Caicos Islands.