Travel Blogs from Cayman Islands

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Cayman Islands, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands travel blog

Cayman Islands

A travel blog entry by cece

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My visit to the Cayman Islands proved to be relaxing and best of all - warm. The coolest thing to do on the Island was definately swimming with the stingrays. The water was blue and the beaches sandy (most of them ...

George Town, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, George Town, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands travel blog

George Town, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

A travel blog entry by danharriet

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... ; We also went to Diamonds International where Harriet got another charm bracelet and a special charm for the Grand Caymans Islands. She has been collecting charms throughout the Caribbean, Mexico, and Alaska. She also got a special Tahitian Princess ...

Days 206 - 212: Cruising in the Western Caribbean, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands travel blog

Days 206 - 212: Cruising in the Western Caribbean

A travel blog entry by djmorton

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... liners in, with well over 20,000. More importantly, if I ever utter the words "best snorkelling", remind me of the Grand Cayman Islands. Although I enjoy fish life, fending my way through 5foot long fish, centimetres away from my face was rather full on. ...

Grand Cayman, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands travel blog

Grand Cayman

A travel blog entry by pitch

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Seven Years of Good Luck, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands travel blog

Seven Years of Good Luck

A travel blog entry by vagabond

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Today our destination is Grand Cayman. We take a sail boat to the stingray city. Stingray city is a sandbar where there are multiple sting rays that are accustomed to humans and they let you feed them, touch them, lift them and even kiss them. According ...

Land Fall, George Town, Cayman Islands travel blog

Land Fall

A travel blog entry by ospry

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... is that there are no rivers on the island resulting in unusually blue and clear water. The most popular attractions are the Cayman Wall for scuba divers, the white sandy and upscale Seven Mile Beach, the Stingray City Sandbar for feeding giant stingrays, ...

The beginning of the end...., George Town, Cayman Islands travel blog

The beginning of the end....

A travel blog entry by nenebene

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... go home with her fiver and a pair of my flipflops on!!! :o) Thursdays always have a mind of their own down here in Cayman!! *grin* Friday: Today had a lot different pace....started with a sore head....and a huge list of chores to do to get my butt ...

Home sweet home..need I say more, George Town, Cayman Islands travel blog

Home sweet home..need I say more

A travel blog entry by nenebene

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... .....Emily is flying in to join Frey and I and well as luck would have it Texas, Rich and Mikey are also on our flight from Cayman....I see more fun times in our future.........Guatemala here we come via the Miami stopover to see Heath Ledger in ...

Cayman Packing, George Town, Cayman Islands travel blog

Cayman Packing

A travel blog entry by nenebene

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Once again brilliant to see all my friends , walk the beautiful beaches and get things finally sorted to leave what has been my home for the past 7 years.  Thanks everyone. I will love and miss you dearly!!! ...

Leaving Cayman, George Town, Cayman Islands travel blog

Leaving Cayman

A travel blog entry by markandali

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... to the max and grabbing with two hands all that Cayman had to offer. We will miss all the friendships, sports and experiences that Cayman provided us with. We made so many wonderful friends, who I am sure we will remain friends with for many years to ...

George Town, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, George Town, Cayman Islands travel blog

George Town, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

A travel blog entry by jimcabay

200120 George Town, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands As luck would have it, 18 hours before we arrived in Grand Cayman, it sustained a 6.2 magnitude earthquake. Again, we were assured that a tsunami was not expected and our cruise schedule was not in ...

Tropical Storm Watch, Seven Mile Beach, Cayman Islands travel blog

Tropical Storm Watch

A travel blog entry by skyhighone

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... Colombian airspace have been approved. Though good news, we were really hoping for at least one more day with no special schedule in Grand Cayman; who wouldn't? This morning, I was awake with the alarm at 6 am, ready to meet our cab out front at 7 am. ...

American Odyssey, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands travel blog

American Odyssey

A travel blog entry by nnscarts

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... (Potential best game of all time - Pizazz (@ Nic Cartwright) to be trialled over next 12 months.........) Winners of the Cayman Islands Shuffleboard Invitation - The “Townhouse Cheaters” (NOTE to “Penthouse By the Bookers” - yes ...

Relaxing day... in the Caribbean, Seven Mile Beach, Cayman Islands travel blog

Relaxing day... in the Caribbean

A travel blog entry by skyhighone

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... for dinner where I had risotto with shrimp the size of lobster tails. Had we wanted to afford $52, the hotel had an All You Can Eat Lobster dinner on tonight. Wow. So basically, it's too bad I have to leave tomorrow. I think I like the Cayman Islands. ...

Mastic Trail, Seven Mile Beach, Cayman Islands travel blog

Mastic Trail

A travel blog entry by dmarek

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... spinach, carrot-beet, and maybe a few others.  Kara picked the lemonade and I the guava and we paid our $5 US apiece.  The Cayman dollar is worth 25% more than the US dollar. After that, we waited and waited for a bus to take us a little further ...

First stop Cayman Islands, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands travel blog

First stop Cayman Islands

A travel blog entry by ivealis

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day at the beach, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands travel blog

day at the beach

A travel blog entry by springac

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Howdy everyone, I'm here in Grand Cayman and it's another beautiful day. We're about to head out to the beach in front of this wonderful resort and I'll put up some pictures when I get back to the ship. This is a strange port because the ship doesn't ...

Off to the Botanical Garden, Seven Mile Beach, Cayman Islands travel blog

Off to the Botanical Garden

A travel blog entry by dmarek

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... of rescue animals, mostly birds I think, but also goats, pigs, an agouti cage with rabbits - the agouti is also called a Cayman rabbit I think.  And there were peafowl and tons of chickens - some running loose and others in cages, including silkies ...

cayman islands, Cayman islands, Cayman Islands travel blog

cayman islands

A travel blog entry by bitchee

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Jacque Custeau eat your heart out, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands travel blog

Jacque Custeau eat your heart out

A travel blog entry by pharaohs

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Sparks, Dav and I headed to Grand Cayman to learn to dive. We stayed at a great dive lodge on the non-tourist east side of the island. Check out their website. http://www.divelodge.com/ Diving in paradise was the idea, but... they did not send ...

One full day of cruising and George Town, George Town, Cayman Islands travel blog

One full day of cruising and George Town

A travel blog entry by c.i.222

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... soup, and Maine lobster. Yum; this cruise line serves some of the best meals in the industry. . . . . . . . . . . JAN 14: George Town, Grand Cayman, is known for Hell and their turtle farm, but my wife and I have “been there, done that” ...

Cayman Turtle Farm and Cemetery Beach Snorkel, Seven Mile Beach, Cayman Islands travel blog

Cayman Turtle Farm and Cemetery Beach Snorkel

A travel blog entry by dmarek

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... 're beat and ready for bed.  Kara had initiative, though, and is folding clothes she took to the drier.  Here at Grand Cayman, there is very high humidity and there really is no good air flow in our room for drying any of our wet clothes and we ...

Our Relaxing Day Chillaxing, Seven Mile Beach, Cayman Islands travel blog

Our Relaxing Day Chillaxing

A travel blog entry by dmarek

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... (they were from Brazil), and several of us were from the US. Although the snorkeling hasn't been bad here on Grand Cayman, I have been disappointed for Kara's sake because it hasn't been anything like Cancun, Belize, or Zanzibar.  But the snorkeling ...

Arrival on Seven Mile Beach, Seven Mile Beach, Cayman Islands travel blog

Arrival on Seven Mile Beach

A travel blog entry by dmarek

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... space for all our carry-on luggage (no check-ins). The flight was a little choppy but less so than was predicted.  Grand Cayman came into view and there were no big clouds.  Today was a little overcast here but not the rain that was forecast by ...

Snorkeling at Smith's Cove, Seven Mile Beach, Cayman Islands travel blog

Snorkeling at Smith's Cove

A travel blog entry by dmarek

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... a bit.   Along the way, we helped a nice young lad from iowa with a great big suitcase who came to Grand Cayman for a 3-month scuba course.  He followed us until we could point him in the direction of the buses.  Finally we found a ...

for all your off-shore financial needs, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands travel blog

for all your off-shore financial needs

A travel blog entry by sarichka10

Another cruise ...

Stingray City, Seven Mile Beach, Cayman Islands travel blog

Stingray City

A travel blog entry by dmarek

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... nbsp; They were good.  We looked at the dessert menu but decided to go instead for mud slides - a drink originating here on Grand Cayman - as dessert at the Marriott so we could sit by the beach. When we got to the Marriott, we were impressed by the ...

Visiting Family in Cayman Islands, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands travel blog

Visiting Family in Cayman Islands

A travel blog entry by lottyh

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... working in the International Banking business. All of their three girls Shayana, Coco, and Rio were born in Georgetown, Cayman Islands. Seeing the girls with their spontaneous, natural, and seemingly boundless joy, made my mood lift. They welcomed ...

The count down is on!!!, George Town, Cayman Islands travel blog

The count down is on!!!

A travel blog entry by longwayaround

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Having spent over 1460 days living and working in the Cayman Islands we have decided to pack our bags and embark on a round the world adventure, covering up to 17 different countries and touching base in over 43 different cities. The past four years ...

Kissing  a Stingray for Luck (Cayman Island Part I, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands travel blog

Kissing a Stingray for Luck (Cayman Island Part I

A travel blog entry by lottyh

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... us during this tour. I know it would have been more fun. This experience in Stingray City is unlike any other encounter I have had with sea life, and it surely made my Cayman Islands vacation unforgettable. And guess what? I just renewed my ...

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