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  • Polo
    on Apr 11, 2011
    Clearly I've been away from this blog for almost a year.  Understandable given I'm a MOM now, to the cutest six month old there ever was.  So, now you know why I've been away. Having a baby in the Cayman Islands...boy that's a blog by itself.   S...
  • Serenity personified
    on Jul 3, 2010 in Cayman Beach Snorkel
    This is fast becoming my favourite beach to hang out at. And you can see why - there's not a soul! In face very few people visit this beach up in Boddentown, and I like it. Not only is it quiet, there's PLENTY of coconut trees to provide you with...
  • Purple Mangoes
    on Jun 13, 2010
    As promised, here is a visual on the purple mangoes. I was so tempted to walk up to the house and ask if I could pick one.
  • Mango Fever
    on Jun 10, 2010 in Cayman
    Everyone's got mango fever here in Cayman and rightly so. If you've lived in a tropical land, you know the hot summer is the time for mangoes. And there's so many of them. Perhaps it is that this year has been unusually hot, which is not giving ri...
  • Batabano 2010
    on May 9, 2010
  • Smith's Cove Snorkel
    on Apr 12, 2010 in Cayman Snorkel
    Why is it that every time I go out snorkeling, it inadvertently turns cloudy. Is someone trying to tell me something? No matter. Here are some shots I managed to get during my first snorkel at Smith's Cove. I can't believe it took me THIS long to sno...
  • Habana
    on Mar 29, 2010 in Cuba Cayman
    We were in Havana, Cuba this past weekend, such is the advantage of living in Cayman - quick weekend getaway trips, with direct flights to boot. Havana is historically beautiful, albeit rundown in certain areas, more like every other building yet th...
  • Paper mache
    on Feb 28, 2010 in Cayman
    The 21st Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Canada has come to an end and even though Caymanian Dow Travers didn't win a medal, I am sure it was a proud moment to have him be a part of the Winter Olympics. So, I reckon no one questioned whether he is bor...
  • Soldiering on
    on Feb 22, 2010 in Cayman
    When I was about 10, we took a weekend trip to a fabulously deliciously cool place a few hours away from Bombay. This was Nasik, and it was here by the beach that I found a beautiful shell, about half the size of my thumb. I pocketed it and after a...
  • Strength in numbers
    on Jan 28, 2010 in Cayman Snorkel
    This is what happens when you throw a chunk of bread into the ocean.Word spreads and big ones the length of your arm, begin to surround you, hoping you'll throw out more chunks.But you're all out. And then you start to panic. This would be a good ti...
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