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If you’re vegan (or even vegetarian), you know how hard it can sometimes be to find restaurants that cater to your needs. At Christopher Columbus Condos, we want your vacation in Grand Cayman to be about relaxing and enjoying the sunshine, not about struggling to...Read more
20. Hold a Baby Turtle The Cayman Turtle Farm is one of the island’s most popular tourist sites. While there, you’ll see turtles of all sizes, and you can even hold the smaller ones! You’ll also have the opportunity to get some great snapshots of...Read more
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Twenty years ago, Aaron Hunt wouldn’t have seen himself where he is now. Today he serves as an unlikely hero to some of the Cayman Islands’ most vulnerable animal species: coral. With a love of the sea and a lifetime of lessons under his belt,...Read more
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The Cayman Islands has over a millennium of rich history, but most of its history with humans began less than 400 years ago. In that time, Grand Cayman has gone from a remote island jungle to a busy stop for pirates and other seafarers, to...Read more
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Have you ever met someone who immediately makes you feel welcomed into their life? Someone who makes you feel like you matter? That’s how it feels to meet Nina Squires, owner of Beach Bubbles soap shop in Bodden Town (and the entire strip mall, but...Read more
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The holidays are a big deal on the Cayman Islands full of Christmas bus tours, big family gatherings, delicious meals, and a lot of fun. Caymanians spend months preparing for Christmas (and sometimes even months preparing dishes for the big day—Christmas Cake we’re looking at...Read more
I recently discovered that Cayman has it’s very own semi-precious rock, Caymanite! I’m so excited to share more about this indigenous rock, and how all of you that love Cayman as much as I do can find a piece of it to take home with...Read more
You know what’s awesome about Cayman? It’s even beautiful when it rains . Most of the time, our rain comes and goes in quick spurts (lasting no more than an hour), but every once in a while, we get a day when the sun doesn’t...Read more
This is part two of Wenzil Burlington’s story. You can jump back to part one here . Marriage & Job on Island In 1967, Wenzil Burlington’s girlfriend Martha (who lived on island) told him she was ready to get married. After thirteen years of seafaring,...Read more
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Grocery Store Fosters Friendship One of my favorite parts of visiting Cayman is the way CaymanKindness seems to radiate from every corner of the island, sometimes in the most unexpected places. I can never guess where I’ll meet a new friend on the island, and...Read more
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