Morritt's Tortuga Club & Resort

Address: 2289 Queens Highway, East End, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, KY1- 1106, Caribbean | Condo
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          Jalen's 1st trip to the Cayman Islands

          A travel blog entry by jalen on Jun 02, 2014

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          Jalen's 1st trip as well as our 1st trip to the Caribbean. He did well on this long flight. He slept a lot both ways. He did NOT sleep well a couple of nights at the hotel. It was hard because we shared a room with him which he wasn't used too. We visited a turtle farm where he touched the turtle. Drove to Seven mile beach which is the most amazing …

          Georgetown, Grand Cayman, 19 April 2015

          A travel blog entry by mcloughlin on Apr 19, 2015

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          Grand Cayman Island is the largest of the 3 Cayman Islands but is still small at only 22 x 8 miles, 60ft max above sea level and approx 40,000 inhabitants. The islands were discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1503 (we saw a monument marking its 500th anniversary in 2003) but are now a British colony with the Queen as Head of State. Francis Drake landed here as well and slaves were introduced by the British ...

          The beginning

          A travel blog entry by bellyschoeffel on Mar 03, 2015


          ... swam up to about 2ft from me, had a breath or two, checked me out, then went back to his dinner. 'Twere marvelous! The bay is a marine National Park and there are some really big fish. A fair few Tarpon - up to about 5ft long, a massive Grouper - about 4ft long and lots of big Parrot Fish and Angel Fish -and squillions of little 'uns.

          The town is very tidy, very expensive and caters for the cruise ship ...

          Cayman's terms

          A travel blog entry by andrewjerome on Nov 12, 2014

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          ... the same Australian couple from the Cayman Islands boat tour, and between the six of us, we ended up winning. As usual, the prize was lousy as we all won Celebrity pens and a lanyard, which seems to be solving Ted's ongoing problem of losing his room key card.

          We ran into J.W. who invited us to dinner in the Silhouette dining room with him, Jerome, Keith and Paul. Even though I had initially planned to go to a "Family Feud" game show, I hid my disappointment and agreed to it. ...

          Grand Cayman

          A travel blog entry by vagabonddrift on Nov 06, 2014

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          ... the front and a small town centre with little shops and cafes - very americanised in a positively quaint way (sounds like an oxymoron!). No one bothered me at all which was refreshing and the place was quite lively and seemed friendly. I'd like to come back here but imagine it's an expensive place to holiday...although my burger king wasn't ...