The local seafood on the island is conch, lobster and grouper. I took full advantage of ordering the delicious lobster for much cheaper than you can buy them in the US! We ate at Da Conch Shack, which was a funky little beach shack where they dived for the conch right off the shore! Somewhere is a cafe, located right on the sand, that had really good food and breakfast. My favorite place to have a romantic dinner was Las Brisas, which is located at Neptune Villas. The restaurant overlooks the bay and had charming market lights, a beautiful bar and delectable food. The rum cake was the best I’ve ever had. I’ll be experimenting to make my own just as good! Although we didn’t stay at Neptune Villas, I definitely liked the vibe there and would stay there next time. This place is also supposed to be pretty cool. There were some great reefs right off shore and my family did a lot of snorkeling. They even saw a giant reef shark! Romeo got to spend quality time with his wonderful grandpa, Aunt B and Uncle Andrew, Uncle Dustin and his sweetest girlfriend ever – Roxanne. One thing I really wish I would’ve known about before our trip is this amazing rescue called Potcakes. There were quite a few stray dogs on the island and one in particular spent a lot of time at our villa. She was honesty one of the smartest dogs we’ve ever met and Romeo absolutely adored her. We have video of him hysterically laughing with her. I’m wishing we would’ve taken her home! If I knew how easy this rescue makes it, I would have considered it. Definitely a little sad about that, but I guess everything happens for a reason. If you visit the island, look out for the Potcake breed, they are truly special dogs! Well, that concludes our trip to Turks! It was a beautiful island, pretty easy to get to and worth every minute of traveling with a baby ; ) Okay, now I’m totally depressed about the dog and not being on the island right now… waaaa!