I’ve been wanting to make this recipe (or one similar) for a long time, so when my in-laws decided to was time to whip it up, you bet I was onboard! The only downside is this recipe takes three months to make, but, it doesn’t have to! You can let it steep as long as you like. It could even be ready by tomorrow!This is a warm, comforting, relaxing goodtime recipe. It’s infused with a heavy dose of tropical paradise and sprinkled with laughter. It’s full of sandy toes, sea turtles, snorkeling, good food and sunbathing, just what a pale ass honkey like myself needs. The best part is I get to share it with such wonderful company!
A Recipe for Turks and Caicos
Inspired by Wanderlust
Makes 1 wonderful vacation
For this recipe you will need:
- 12 days off from work
- 1 dog-sitter
- 2 humans
- 2 (minimum) really good books
- 12 bottles (minimum) of vegan sunscreen, depending on your skin’s aversion to the sun
- 2 carry-ons
- 2 suitcases
- 8 flights round trip
- 22 hours of flying time
- 1 beachfront villa
- 1 Turks and Caicos island
- 11 days of pure, tropical joy
The days off might be the hardest to find, but I bet if you look hard enough you find ’em. Tell your boss that you’ll pack him/her in your suitcase. That usually works. Next round up a dog-sitter, this could be even more difficult to find depending on your situation .Combine remaining ingredients until you find peace and happiness. Let it relax for as long as you can, keeping the mixture warm and sandy. I like to make this recipe (or an adaption of it) as often as financially possible, to help keep my sanity.
Three months can’t go by soon enough!
What vacations have you been on recently?
This is from our last tropical recipe, Oahu Hawaii.