Conch Club Condominiums

Address: South Hole Sound, Little Cayman, Cayman Islands | Villa
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This villa, located on South Hole Sound, Little Cayman, is near Point of Sand, Booby Pond Nature Reserve, Blossom Village Museum, and National Trust Visitors Centre.
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        Travel Blogs from Little Cayman

        Chilling out and exploring

        A travel blog entry by wayfgrrl on Mar 13, 2014

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        ... hurricanes of the 20th century.

        Christopher Columbus Gardens offers a pleasant stroll among trees and monuments, with boardwalks and a gazebo. In the Parrot Reserve, I walked the Nature Trail, where I had to split my attention between the upper tree branches, watching for parrots, and my feet, not wanting to stumble on the extremely rough and jagged rock which made up much of the path. Wouldn’t want to step on one of ...

        Arrive, adjust to island time, then dive!

        A travel blog entry by wayfgrrl on Mar 06, 2014

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        ... smallest island, with just 170 residents. I have come to the third island, Cayman Brac – brac is Gaelic for "bluff." This island of about 2,000 residents is 12 miles long by about 1 mile wide and is characterized by the limestone spine which rises from 30 feet to a height of 140 feet at the east end.

        Sighted by Christopher Columbus on May 10, 1503, he named the islands Las Tortugas (turtles). In 1586 Sir Francis Drake renamed ...

        Pooped cycling to Point of Sand

        A travel blog entry by rkw on Jun 09, 2013

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        Cycled the long, hot road to Point of Sand stopping at the creepy Tarpon Lake en route. Efforts were rewarded at the beautiful beach where we enjoyed a drift-snorkel spotting a nurse shark as we floated by in the current. Heading back to Grand wasn't so bad with dinner for us and the tarpon at The ...

        Bloody Bay Wall

        A travel blog entry by rkw on Jun 08, 2013

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        Went diving with Reef Divers to two sites on the Bloody Bay Wall. First stop was Lea Lea's Lookout the highlight of which was a dramatic swim through to the wall and playing with the friendly grouper. Then we went on to Donna's Delight a pretty dive with loads of corals and small reef fish. Cycled round to the Sunset Bar in the ...

        Monday 30 April– 01 May 2012 - Hello Cayman

        A travel blog entry by lambertry on Apr 30, 2012

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        Monday 30 April– 01 May 2012 - Hello Cayman Brac
        The joyfully cruising softly spoken officials of Cayman Brac ( the smallest of the Cayman Isles) cleared us in and then left us to a rolling, jerky sea for the night. First thing in the morning, we dived around the boat, ...