Hello my lovelies,

have missed everyone of y’all. i hope y’all miss me too?

Finals are never easy and it is so stressful “arrrgh” i can’t wait to have a vacation soon. hopefully it will be the Cayman island “smiling”

why Cayman island today?


I was enjoying my evening while reading a novel titled ‘Tycoon takes Revenge by Anna DePalo’ yes i love romantic novels “laughing”. The Two love birds were taking a a vacation and the island caught my attention ‘Cayman Island’ so, i decided to google it up and behold it is beauteous.

The Cayman Islands is an autonomous British Overseas Territory in the western Caribbean Sea. The 264-square-kilometer (102-square-mile) territory comprises the three islands of Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman located south of Cuba, northeast of Costa Rica, north of Panama, east of Mexico and northwest of Jamaica. Its population is approximately 60,765, and its capital is George Town.

The Cayman Islands is considered to be part of the geographic Western Caribbean Zone as well as the Greater Antilles. The territory is often considered a major world offshore financial haven for international businesses and many wealthy individuals.

The Cayman Islands remained largely uninhabited until the 17th century. While there is no archaeological evidence for an indigenous people on the islands, a variety of settlers from various backgrounds made their home on the islands, including pirates, shipwrecked sailors, and deserters from Oliver Cromwell’s army in Jamaica {Wikipedia}


  • Stingray city, Grand Cayman: snorkeling, jet ski, scuba diving, sailing

  • Camana Bay: shopping and dining development

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  • Cayman Turtle farm: swimming with turtles and birds feeding

  • Queen Elizabeth II bonatic park: Orchids and other plants, iguanas and trails.

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    Cayman Brac



  • Owen Island, Little CaymanGCowenisland-56a38d9d3df78cf7727df1ae

  • seven mile beachSeven+Mile+Beach+Grand+Cayman

  • Rum point



  • HOLIDAY INN RESORT GRAND CAYMAN:holiday-inn-resort-grand-cayman-4212214138-16x5 On a white-sand Caribbean beach, this low-key hotel surrounded by palm trees is 1.8 km from North Sound Golf Club and 9 km from Owen Roberts International Airport.

    Featuring sea-themed decor, the casual rooms have free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, as well as minifridges, microwaves and coffeemakers. All include sitting areas with pull-out sofas, along with balconies or patios. Some rooms have sea views. Suites add kitchens and washer/dryers, plus separate living rooms and dining areas. There’s also a 2-bedroom villa.

    There’s a relaxed restaurant, and a pool bar at the outdoor pool. Other amenities include a fitness room and a tennis court.



    This oceanfront resort set on Seven Mile Beach lies 2.9 km from The Blue Tip Golf Course and 9 km from Dolphin Cove.

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    Featuring balconies, the polished rooms and suites come with Wi-Fi (fee), flat-screens and sofas. They also include tea and coffeemakers, as well as mini fridges. Some have ocean views. Suites add living areas, and upgrades offer dining areas.

    Breakfast is available (fee), and there’s a stylish, ocean-view eatery, as well as a casual cafe and 2 bars. Other perks include a spa, a fitness room and an outdoor pool, plus beach access and 1,800 sq m of event space. Activities such as jet-skiing and kayaking are also available.


  • The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman1-the_ritz-carlton_grand_cayman_sea-to-searitz-carlton-grand-cayman-award-Read-OnlyOn Seven Mile Beach, this luxe resort is 7 km from Owen Roberts International Airport and 8 km from Cayman Turtle Farm.

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    Sophisticated rooms with pastel decor offer flat-screens, free Wi-Fi and balconies, plus mini-fridges and marble bathrooms. Upgraded rooms add sea views, and suites have separate bedrooms. Club rooms offer private lounge access, and there’s 24-hour room service.

    There are 6 restaurants/bars, including fine dining by Chef Éric Ripert. Other amenities consist of 13 event spaces, shops and a cinema, plus 2 outdoor pools, a hot tub, a spa and a gym. There’s also basketball, as well as tennis, golf and a beach with water sports


  • Magaritaville Beach Resort Grand cayman89ae1742_zSet on Seven Mile Beach, this low-key tropical resort is 3 km from the Cayman Islands National Museum and 4 km from North Sound Golf Club.Featuring balconies, the airy, casual rooms come with flat-screen TVs, wet bars, minibars and espresso machines; some offer sea views.

    There are 6 restaurants and bars (including a pool bar), as well as 3 outdoor pools surrounded by sundecks and loungers.


  • The westin grand cayman seven mile beach resort & spa:westin-grand-cayman-exterior-hero This upmarket seafront resort on Seven Mile Beach lies 1.8 km from The Blue Tip Golf Course and 7 km from the city of George Town.The polished rooms have sitting areas, granite bathrooms and minibars, as well as flat-screens. Upgrades come with tea and coffeemakers, and balconies/patios, some with sea views. Suites add living areas with pull-out sofas, and some have dining areas. Upgraded suites add furnished verandas. Room service is offered 24/7.

    Perks include 4 eateries (3 on the beach), 2 bars and a cafe. There’s also a spa, an outdoor pool with a swim-up bar, and a beach with private cabanas, plus 2 ballrooms. A resort fee applies.

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  • And many more beautiful resorts and hotels…

Isn’t this beautiful. i think i can travel here in my dreams for now “when school is saying No”.

So guys i will be writing 12 days of Islands of Christmas with good prices for this festive period and get ready my lovelies for this amazing season…


All resorts info: booking

Cayman Info: Wikipedia

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