Cool things to do in Grand Cayman - Ceramic Painting Classes

A couple of weeks as everyone was dressing up as witches and skeletons, and some were getting their faces painted for the Day of the Dead, I found myself facing a couple of weekends on my sofa as, now 7 months pregnant, forgive me for not jumping up and down with joy at the thought of inebriated crowds in sweaty bars…

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Cayman Islands Triathlon 2017

I've said in the past that, for such a tiny place, Cayman boasts some incredible restaurants and a lot of things to do. Another thing it has a lot of is sporting events. I guess in pursuit of striking some sort of balance between all the eating and drinking, and making the most of the beautiful outdoors we're surrounded by, people in Cayman like doing sport.

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The Crystal Caves Cayman - are they worth it?

On a small island, "new" attractions are something of a rarity. Major openings in the last 5 years include a new hotel opening and a decent scattering of new restaurants, but what about things to do? Just over a year ago the Crystal Caves opened to the public and although I've mentioned them in other posts I thought they were worthy of their own review.

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5 common questions about living in the Cayman Islands

I started this blog to document my adventures and share them with family and friends far away and in doing so, hopefully inspire others to live their dreams. I'm honoured when people say they like reading it and love receiving messages through this website and my instagram. The most common thing people contact me about is moving to the Cayman Islands - what's it's like to live here as an expat and how easy it is to make the move. So I thought I'd answer my most frequently asked questions in a post!  

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5 things you must do in Little Cayman

I've blogged before about just how perfect Little Cayman is as a weekend break for Cayman residents or as part of a longer trip for visitors. A 35 minute flight from Grand Cayman, Little Cayman is famed for it's diving and it's what attracts most visitors to the island - but there's so much more to this tiny piece of paradise and while it's tempting (and totally permitted) to spend your entire stay in a hammock, you might also want to try something a bit different...

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