Jen & Tom are getting married! Grand Cayman, weekend of May 3, 2013

Jen & Tom are getting married!

The Cayman Islands are made up of 3 incredibly friendly, very religious islands – Grand Cayman, Little Cayman and Cayman Brac. The majority of the population (~50,000 people, split 25k Caymanian, 25k ex-pats) lives on Grand Cayman. Most noted for its fantastic stretch of beach (7 Mile Beach), the Cayman Islands enjoy fantastic, hurricane-free weather year-round due to it’s location, tucked well away from most Caribbean storm paths.

Cayman, as part of the British West Indies, pegs its currency to that of the UK. Tipping taxi drivers is appreciated but unnecessary. The island trades in both Caymanian and US dollars.

Here are some of the restaurants, attractions and nachos from Coconut Joe’s that we were able to partake in during our stay. We hope this helps you plan something fun to do for an afternoon!

food

- calypso
- cracked conch
- michael’s genuine
- hemingway’s
- tiki beach
- macabuca tiki bar (at cracked conch)
- coconut joe’s
- Paperman’s
- Ristorante Pappagallo
- Prime Brazilian Steakhouse
- blue cilantro (indian)

activities
(links, brief info)
- scuba
- sting ray city
-shopping in georgetown
- turtles
- run factory
- snorkeling
- catamarans

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