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If you’ve ever been to the Cayman Islands National Museum , you have seen the incredible exhibits and experienced the history of Cayman. Meet Brian Watler Jr, the man who is responsible for designing these amazing exhibits. Brian Watler Jr. was born and raised in...Read more
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Cayman may be small, but it has its stars. While touring the island with Joe Tourist on a recent trip, I had the delightful surprise of rubbing shoulders with two Cayman legends: Barefoot Man & Cayman Cowboy. It doesn’t get much better! These two troubadours...Read more
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We can all agree that Cayman is a beautiful island with so much history and such amazing sights and wildlife. The National Trust for the Cayman Islands was established to make sure none of that is lost. Founded in 1987, its mission is, “To preserve...Read more
Nadia Hardie is a natural leader, and I don’t just say that because she is the leader of the National Trust for the Cayman Islands . She is indeed the Executive Director, but when I first met her last fall at the National Trust, I...Read more
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The calming sound of steady waves. The refreshing feeling of the ocean breeze. The warm sun reflecting off of the clear blue water. Sitting on the white, sandy beaches of Seven Mile Beach is one of my favorite things to do when I’m on the...Read more
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Shelly Glasgow grew up in the 60’s and 70’s in a Cayman that had many unpaved roads, a population that spanned about 7,000 – 12,000 residents over the two decades and only 403 tourists in the year 1970. A lot has changed in Cayman since...Read more
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In the spirit of Easter, we are excited to introduce our guest blogger for this month, Claire Moore, who recently attended Mass at Christ the Redeemer Catholic Church in West Bay. Claire shares her wonderful experience worshiping while on vacation in Cayman below! During my...Read more
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Did you know that Grand Cayman is home to one of only a handful of bioluminescent bays in the world? Bioluminescence is a fancy name for “light-up” creatures like fireflies, glow worms, and jellyfish. In Cayman, tiny light-up creatures live in the waters off the...Read more
Pizza is one of the ultimate crowd-pleasing meals, and when you’re visiting the island you will be spoiled for choice on where to enjoy your next slice. We busted out our foodie journals and tested several pizza places across the island to bring you these...Read more
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I was so excited when I first heard about the “Explorer Passport” created by the National Trust for the Cayman Islands. I’ve been visiting Cayman for about 5 years, and was surprised to discover that I’d been to less than half of the places included...Read more
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