Conch Club Condominiums
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Little Cayman
... crabs either.
Morning swims in the pool, a bit of exploring, lying contentedly in a hammock with views to the ocean on one side and the Bluff on the other - it was all quite idyllic, and of course I enjoyed myself. I do like to visit tropical locations for diving on coral reefs – so much life and so easy to dive! – but I would not be suited to living here. The climate is too hot and humid for me (I'm sure a ...
... crocodiles), maybe because he'd seen the rock iguanas and thought they were baby crocs. The islands were subsequently used by pirates as a haven and to replenish water and food supplies.
Since 1670, the Caymans and Jamaica were under English control. When Jamaica became independent in 1962, the Cayman Islands remained as a British Overseas Territory.
The Caymans figure prominently among international offshore ...
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 ...
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 ...
... Paul snorkelled all the way to the shore – saw BIG fish – Nassau Grouper the size of Finn – Barracudas and lots of beautiful fish. Then did a big explore on land.
We are going to head to Grand Cayman tonight as we can't bear another night of a rolling ...