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Video of our editor Joe, on Bloody Bay Wall offshore of LIttle Cayman. He is teaching another diver the secret to petting a large grouper. This encounter, as well as two others, earned him the temporary title of "Grouper Whisperer". Video shot by Ellen Dinwiddie Smith.
Are you looking for a vacation where you can split your time above and below the waves? Where you can dive from shore, and enjoy watersports any time of day? Bring your sense of fun and indulge your water-loving spirit in the Cayman Islands.
Enter to win a five-night all-inclusive stay at Wyndham Reef Resort Grand Cayman! Wyndham Reef Resort is an all-suite, all beachfront resort. You and a guest will enjoy accommodations in a beachfront suite and experience Cayman’s crystal clear waters. Presented by Islands Magazine and Wyndham Reef Resort, Grand Cayman. Enter here: http://wyndhamreef.pgtb.me/zzt4t7
Koncept VR joined forces with lifestyle travel magazine, Condé Nast Traveler, to present a stunning VR experience showcasing the gorgeous Cayman Islands. Take a break and explore the Cayman Islands in 360 degrees! For best experience watch in 1440s60 HD or 4k! Credits: Condé Nast Traveler – Producer Koncept VR – Shoot & Post Production Roman Rojas – Sound Design To learn more visit: http://www.konceptvr.com/portfolio-item/virtually-cayman-360-video-experience/
On Thursday, December 13, over 100 Americans with CODEPINK and The Nation Magazine marched to the Ugland House, the location where some 18,000 corporations hide their tax dollars, to demand that corporations pay their fair share of taxes. Take action at: www.operationcaymans.com The demonstrators held signs saying "Bring our tax dollars home" and "We want our money back" and sang a parody song to Harry Belafonte's "Day-O" with the refrain "Tax evaders time to bring the money home." Four of them were dressed as billionaires, waving their money in the air in a theatrical show of corporate greed. Many US companies use the Cayman Islands as a tax haven so they can cheat the US people out of much-needed tax dollars. There are more registered corporations in Grand Cayman than there are peop...
(2 April 2015) The Reef Resort located in the Cayman Islands has recently joined the highly respected and extremely popular North American Wyndham brand, becoming the Wyndham Reef Resort Grand Cayman. Previously a Wyndham Affiliate, the Resort has met the high standards of Wyndham Hotels and Resorts following a year-long renovation and rejuvenation. Mr Kel Thompson, Director of Wyndham Reef Resort, said he was thrilled the Wyndham Reef Resort Grand Cayman was now part of such an established and popular brand. "Becoming a full Wyndham property means we have a reach into a market we never had before," he said. "The recognition of the brand cannot be over-estimated." Mr Thompson said the Resort had undergone structural and organisational renovations to ensure it complied with the high sta...
Popular local Caymanian lifestyle publication, What's Hot magazine has snagged the likes of the four Digicel Cayman Kickstart players for a fashion editorial in it's February 2015 edition. Kameron D'Hue, Zachary Scott, Jiffon Robinson and Tevin Crawford will grace a 2-page spread dressed in top urban fashions styled by 3FortyFive Boutique which will showcase their individual styles and personalities outside of the football field.
Do you crave the thrill of dropping down a plunging wall, and the allure of deck hatches leading to the unknown on a sunken wreck? Inject adrenaline into your dive vacation, and challenge yourself in the Cayman Islands.
Caribbean Travel + Life's Affordable Caribbean shows us the ins and out of the Cayman islands, giving us the low-down on hotels, beaches, dining and more. For more information on the Cayman Islands, visit us online at http://www.caymanislands.ky
15 winners of the National Geographic Kids magazine "Hands on Explorer" essay contest won a trip to the Cayman Islands this year, 2011. On Grand Cayman they visited a turtle farm where green sea turtles are being successfully raised. While there I did an interview with the chief turtle researcher about the project for my radio show National Geographic Weekend.
Through the alleyways
to cool off in the shadows,
then into the street
following the water.
There's a bearded man
paddling in his canoe,
looks as if he has
come all the way from the Cayman Islands.
These canals, it seems,
they all go in circles,
places look the same,
and we're the only difference.
The wind is in your hair,
it's covering my view.
I'm holding on to you,
on a bike we've hired until tomorrow.
If only they could see,
if only they had been here,
they would understand,
how someone could have chosen to go the length I've gone,
to spend just one day riding.
Holding on to you,