A Great Catch

There is something therapeutic about being in a boat on the open sea. The slow drone of the engine, the thrill that comes from the snap of a line, the anticipation felt as that line is drawn tight and the pride of the day’s catch make for a pretty amazing experience. In the Cayman Islands,... Continue Reading →

Health & Wellness: Battling The Bulge

With all of the festivities and parties going on throughout the holiday season, it is easy to overindulge in that extra slice of pie or second helping of pudding. Here are a few ideas to help you get back on track and break a sweat. Join a Gym Gym memberships no longer mean you are... 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 →

Pretty in Pink: The Breast Cancer Foundation Dinner Gala

The Breast Cancer Foundation will host its sixth annual Breast Cancer Gala Dinner on Saturday, 5 October at the Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman. Sponsored in part by Cayman Airways, the gala was first held in 2008. Organisers Kim Lund and James Bovell of RE/MAX Cayman Islands recognised the need for financial support for breast cancer patients... Continue Reading →

Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon

Hundreds of runners of all ages and skill-levels will pound the pavement during the 11th annual Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon on Sunday 1 December. The looped course hugs the southern coast of Grand Cayman and winds its way through the island’s capital of George Town, boasting a smooth and even roadway surrounded by picturesque views... 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 →

John Doak: At Home In The Cayman Islands

Originally from the vibrant city of Glasgow, Scotland, architect John Doak moved to the Cayman Islands in 1979 after graduating as an architect from the University of Glasgow and Glasgow School of Art. Doak has lived on Grand Cayman for the last 33 years and in that time he has been recognised and celebrated for... Continue Reading →

‘Tis The Season To Give

Christmas is a time of giving and sharing with friends, family and the community we call home. We have all happily stood in mile-long lines and battled holiday traffic to buy the perfect gift that will put a smile on a loved one's face. But for Cayman's less fortunate families, Christmas can often be a... 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 →

Getting to the Root of Farming

For the past year or two, I have been attempting to grow a select number of herbs and vegetables in my own backyard.But despite my best efforts, I just never seem to have enough time to “plough the fields.” So instead, I regularly visit the Market at the Grounds on Saturday mornings to pick up... Continue Reading →

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