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It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas here in Grand Cayman! Christmas lights, holiday concerts, shopping and more are taking place across the island as Caymanians and Christmas vacationers alike are anticipating the big day. Santa Spottings on Grand Cayman Santa arrived by plane...Read more
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Lisa Hernandez has worked at Christopher Columbus Condos since 1998. She is the property manager here at Christopher Columbus Condos, and she, along with her staff keep this place shining. When you first speak with Lisa you’ll notice her sweet Caymanian accent, her extremely attentive...Read more
After a few days on Grand Cayman, my friend Aimee and I got up the courage to announce that we were going to drive around the island to Rum Point. It took courage for us because we weren’t used to driving on the “other” side...Read more
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On my first trip to Christopher Columbus Condos I had several questions about what to pack and how to prepare for the Cayman Islands, so I’ve put together a quick list of suggestions and answers to common questions. The Technicalities The plug-ins in Cayman are...Read more
It’s not often my father and I get to dive, and it is especially rare for us to have the opportunity to dive such a tropical locale as Grand Cayman. Hailing from southeast Missouri in the Heartland of the United States, the availability of sparkling...Read more
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They should call the pool at Christopher Columbus Condos, The Pool of Tranquility. After a morning of island outings I decided to pay it a visit. I loaded up my tote with the usual: sunscreen, reading materials, water and snacks and headed for their gorgeous,...Read more
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The months of May to November are turtle nesting season here in Grand Cayman. Sea turtles, a symbol of national pride in Cayman, were once abundant here and have since become an endangered species. The average number of nests found during a season is 43...Read more
Today, we met a roadside produce salesman named Courtney. We were on our way back from the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park, and his stand was on a remote, rural stretch of road between Bodden Town and George Town. We came around a curve, and...Read more

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