Monday, May 20, 2013


a few more shots from Grand Cayman Island. such a fun and relaxing vacay. if you ever make it to the island, here is a list of must-do's:

~stay at the Ritz. it sits on the prettiest part of 7 mile beach and has everything you need from restaurants to water sports.  the restaurants (Seven and Taikun) are among some of the best on the island. it's a great place to bring kids. 
~definitely order a pina colada and a mahi mahi sandwich at Bar Jack. i'm not usually one for frozen drinks but this one it just. too. good. 
~dine at Calypso outside at a table by the water. order the famous sticky toffee pudding. the service is incredible and the fish is fresh and delicious. this is a must
~have dinner at Eduardo's and order the mussels. delish! the restaurant sits in the back behind a bar that turns into a nightclub. it's a little misleading but once you tuck around back into the restaurant it opens to a fabulous stone hideaway that resembles an Italian osteria. 
~head to Havana club for local live music (call before to make sure there is a band lined up). be sure to note the colorful artwork on the walls by a local artist. i couldn't leave without one. 
~have Sunday brunch at Luca
~rent a catamaran for the day and head to Sting Ray City with a stop over at Rum Point. 



  1. I have to say that the information here was the most complete that I found anywhere. I am definitely bookmarking this to come back and express later.

  2. The scenery so beautiful! If I ever make it to the Cayman Islands, I'll make sure to check out the sites you recommended!

  3. If one wants to feel the perfect family vacation experience, he must visit this paradise. Cayman has everything to offer which can make your holidays the most enjoyed moments of your life. I recommend that one should enjoy the Cayman watersports for sure.


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