The Lunch Box Makeover

It is said that you eat with your eyes, and that premise could not be truer for children and pre-teens. Naturally drawn to foods that are colourful and presented creatively, the convenient, instant meals and snacks that usually fall into this category tend to lack nutritional value and are laden with sodium, sugars and a... Continue Reading →

An Island Twist on Traditional Thanksgiving

Celebrated each year on the first Sunday in December, Cayman Thanksgiving is a time for families, friends and neighbours to get together and honour their Caymanian heritage and culture through food, music and family fellowship.   On Saturday 6 December, locals, residents and visitors are all invited to browse the stalls of home-grown produce, mingle... Continue Reading →

Paediatric Pioneer: Dr Shirley Cridland

A founding member of the local medical community, Dr. Shirley Cridland continues to lead the way in paediatric medicine in the Cayman Islands. Dr. Shirley Cridland is a well-known and highly regarded name in the Cayman Islands. Born and raised in Jamaica, she moved to Grand Cayman with her family in the mid-1970s and opened... Continue Reading →

Cayman Kitefest: High-Flying Fun at Kaibo Beach

On Easter Monday, 1 April, a range of colourful kites will join the birds soaring high above the still waters and luxury boats moored at Kaibo Beach for the fourth annual Cayman Kitefest. The event is free to the public and families are welcome to join the fun between noon and sunset. “The whole notion... Continue Reading →

Kid-Friendly Cayman: Activities for the Little Ones

Travelling with kids can certainly be a challenge. Fortunately, at the very heart of the Cayman Islands are attractions and activities designed to enrich the family fun experience. Here, your family will be charmed by our history, engage in our rich local culture and take a walk — or swim — on the adventurous side... Continue Reading →

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