February 28, 2021

Why the Cayman Islands are one of a kind

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From TTG The Cayman Islands are much more than a tax haven for wealthy expats.Andrew Doherty discovers a paradise for nature lovers, foodies and history buffs. SHARELINES ” realise the local saying is true: when you come to the Cayman Islands you really do experience the unique blend of culture, nature and experiences that defines […]

Cayman Islands YMCA is Chosen Charity for 2017 DG’s 5K Challenge

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The chosen charity for the 2017 Deputy Governor’s 5K Challenge is the YMCA of the Cayman Islands it was announced today (Thursday, 9 February 2017). Led by Deputy Governor Franz Manderson, the annual walk/run this year aims to raise $60,000 for the youth-oriented organisation. The money will go towards building a “ropes challenge course” in […]

Cayman Islands: Family-friendly sites that tourists never see (but locals love)

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By MINITIME @MiniTimeFamily From Community Table Little Cayman is one of the Cayman Islands’ several spots not many tourists get to see. (Flickr: SF Brit) Without a doubt, Grand Cayman’s Stingray City, Turtle Farm, and Seven Mile Beach are exciting family attractions sure to thrill kids, and first-time visitors to the Cayman Islands should definitely […]

DG & Miss Cayman 5K reg.

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Top Team Prizes for DG’s 5K Challenge on Cayman Brac The two teams with most participants entering the 2016 DG’s 5K Challenge on Cayman Brac this Sunday (17 April) will win gift certificates for the recently refurbished Cayman Brac Reef Resort. The top team will receive a $150-voucher to spend at the resort and the […]

Caribbean Journal highlights “Cayman Brac”

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Caribbean Journal has just published this superb article highlighting Cayman Brac. Please go to the source at the end to see many more images than we have done. Journey to Cayman Brac By Alexander Britell A different kind of island, a different kind of people CAYMAN BRAC — There is a large corner of the […]