Moving to Grand Turk

Old Jul 30th 2015, 9:33 am
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I have applied for a job in Grand Turk and have been reading up on the island. What I can't seem to find is any websites that provide details of long term rentals. The contract for the job is two users and so Iwont be buying.

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Old Aug 18th 2015, 2:33 pm
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I've been having the same problem, did you find anything? I have not yet moved though
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Old Sep 18th 2015, 2:08 am
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As I am sure you know already, Grand Turk is tiny. Beautiful, but tiny! To that end it doesnt have rental websites like other much larger, cosmopolitan cities/counties will have. Did you want a place to yourself or a share? A good step might be to get in touch with hotels, dive operators, restaurants on island etc, and let them know what you are looking for, dates etc. Because its a small place then everyone knows everyone, and you may find someone can make a contact for you. Good luck!
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Old Sep 19th 2015, 7:23 pm
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Hehe, i visited the island on a cruise once, i seem to remember it being described as 12 jewellery stores, one for every 500 inhabitants? I wouldnt say its pretty, the derelict american sites are not nice, and the rest of the island is just sort of flat and dry with occasional heaps of things. I did go on the island tour. The sea and its inhabitants are absolutely stunning, looks very clean, and im sure the locals are friendly, but i think i might go stir crazy if i lived there. I thought that the other local islands were supposed to be much nicer however.
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