How to party like a pirate during Cayman's National Festival

When you move to a tiny Caribbean Island, spend your weekends on white sandy beaches, splashing around in crystal clear turquoise waters, it's easy to understand why many people think you no longer live in the "real world."

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Little Cayman

Little Cayman really is paradise. With only 150 or so permanent inhabitants, it’s still relatively unspoiled and life plods along at it’s own, so-laid-back-its-horrizontal pace. A tiny, lush green island wrapped in white sandy beaches spilling into clear, turquoise blue seas it is easy on the eye and phenomenal for the mind and soul. We spent our days swimming, kayaking, reading, chatting, kitesurfing, playing games and mainly enjoying each others company and the true serenity of our surroundings.

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