November 20, 2019

Cayman: Seven Mile Beach corridor development ONE Canal Point breaks ground

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ONE Canal Point development begins construction on 74-unit condominium and townhome community in the Seven Mile Beach corridor Grand Cayman — Early Tuesday, the development and sales teams of ONE Canal Point, along with General Contractor Warren Greene, held an official groundbreaking of the condo and townhome community.  The informal sunrise ceremony was accented by […]

Cayman: Dart Real Estate introduces readyspaces – flexible, turnkey shared office spaces

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Located in Regatta Office Park in the heart of Seven Mile Beach, these office spaces are ready for immediate occupancy readyspaces, Dart Real Estate’s newest endeavour, offers local and international business owners the opportunity to work in a space that is modern, flexible and move-in ready. Located in Regatta Office Park on West Bay Road, […]

Cayman to Greece

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The world’s best beaches to visit on a cruise from Grand Cayman to Greece By Ashley Kosciolek , CruiseCritic.com From USA Today We went to the beach to show you what you need to pack to have the best day ever on your next beach trip. Warm breezes. Tropical drinks. Sun-kissed skin. Picturesque scenery. The […]

Cayman: Red Sail Sports makes it fun to shop, play and save this summer

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With the opening of Red’s Emporium in Camana Bay, locals can shop for every day resort and office wear at affordable prices, without having to leave Grand Cayman. Located on the waterfront at Camana Bay between Karoo and Pani, the 2300 square foot store is laid out with an open, welcoming design. Shoppers can browse […]

Do this in Grand Cayman

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5 things first-timers should do in Grand Cayman, from snorkeling with stingrays to bioluminescent kayaking By Adrenne Jordan From USA Today Snorkeling with stingrays, exploring shallow sandbars and long walks on an award-winning beach: Grand Cayman offers a plethora of adventures for visitors. Grand Cayman island is the largest of the three Cayman Islands (Cayman Brac and Little […]

Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce President calls for review of term limit policy and cautions against developing into a high-rise jungle on Seven Mile Beach

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The 2nd annual Chamber of Commerce Economic Forum, held last week, provided over 200 attendees, including several Government and business leaders with the forecasted economic outlook for the remainder of 2019 as well as key issues facing local businesses. During his opening remarks, Chamber President, Chris Kirkconnell, called for a review of the term limit policy, […]

Cayman Islands: Water-related death off Seven Mile Beach

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From RCIPS May 16 2019 Shortly before 5:00PM yesterday, 15 May, officers responded to a report of a sudden death at the Cayman Islands Hospital. A man had been snorkeling off Seven Mile Beach, south of Governor’s Beach, when he encountered difficulties and was brought to shore. Members of the public conducted CPR on the […]

Cayman Islands Easter bun, the junk-food experiment, Summer camps for weight loss and more

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Inspired Lifestyles with Donna Spring Programs Begin After EasterScroll Down to Read About:Bun and Cheese – An Easter Tradition in Cayman and JamaicaFresh Start – Achieve Your Healthiest WeightThe BBC Fast Food Experiment – A Game Changer?Specialty-Summer Camps Support Weight Loss for Teens             Although I offer a variety of programs and services, (see my […]

Moving to the Cayman Islands from Florida

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It’s no big news that every relocation is unique with its own requirements and challenges to meet. However, the mere preparation for the process always includes similar steps. If you have ever moved in your life, you have probably realized so far that relocation is much more than simply packing and setting off to the […]

Iguanas, schnitzels and disco distilleries: The Cayman Islands beyond the beach

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By Jim Byers From Travel Pulse GRAND CAYMAN, CAYMAN ISLANDS – Alberto Estevanovich is cradling a meter-long iguana at the Blue Iguana Habitat at Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park. There are signs all over warning folks that the iguanas may bite, but Escovitch has been working with these endangered animals for 10 years and isn’t too […]