Living in Grand Cayman
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- The express visit 2 weeks ago So I had a friend who was on island and only had a very short time. He had no car and really only 4 full days ; one being with me. So this post would be for people who only have a very short time on Grand Cayman. Day 1: Recuperate from travel Day 2: He […]
- The Guardian of the Reef 1 month ago I recently went for a dive to see a new neat underwater attraction … no, not the Kittiwake again! I went with two of my regular dive buddies who had also not been to see this new thing. The new “thing” is the Guardian of the Reef ; a statue which is in about 60ft […]
- USS Kittiwake 3 months ago I recently (finally …) had the opportunity to dive the USS Kittiwake. The USS Kittiwake is a decommissioned US Naval ship that was sold to the Cayman Islands Government and sunk a few hundred feet off Seven Mile Beach to become an artificial reef and wreck dive. The USS Kittiwake was...
- Sailing in the BVI 3 months ago As I have often done in the past, I had to go to Tortola in the British Virgin Islands for a few days. This time I stayed an extra day and went sailing with some friends. What a great day it was. The itinerary was to head out towards another of the BVI’s ; […]
- New business on island 3 months ago As we all know, governments around the world are looking for new revenue sources. The Cayman government is no different. So recently the Business Approval Directorate finalized plans to allow us to have a new business thus generating new revenues, attracting new tourists and especially...
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Website Reviews » There are 2 reviews on Living in Grand Cayman
21:11 PM January 02, 2013
A well established blog, detailing a different perspective of living on the rock. Very good.
23:36 PM September 22, 2013
I look forward to checking in with Micho on a regular basis. He has an extremely interesting and descriptive way of covering his lifestyle there on the island and his other trips off the island. I am a fellow Canadian and have to live vicariously through Micho and others now as I cannot travel anymore due to health issues. So refreshing to see things through his eyes and the videos are really enjoyable. Always a pleasure.