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Tourism figures remain robust

By Joe Shooman The Cayman Islands has enjoyed two years of very healthy arrivals both by cruise and air, with the latest numbers revealing a strong consistency. In 2016, 1,711,849 people arrived on cruise ships, compared to 1,716,812 in 2015 and over 100,000 up on the 1,609,555 that arrived in …

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Mexico is tourism target

Caribbean tourism officials ended a two-day conference in The Bahamas intending to increase the number of Mexicans travelling to the Caribbean for vacations. Karolin Troubetzkoy is president of the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association. She runs the Jade Mountain and Anse Chastenet hotel group in St. Lucia. “We are living …

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Events calendar

February Cayman Arts Festival Thursday, 9 – Saturday,11: The popular bi-annual Cayman Arts Festival returns bringing a slew of world-class performers, including the Juilliard Jazz Ensemble, which will perform at a host of venues across Cayman. Visit caymanartsfestival.com for more details. Cayman Heart Fund Red Dress Gala Friday, 10: Join …

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Barbadian book launch in Cayman

A book on Barbadian migration to Cuba will soon be launched in the Cayman Islands by the Honorary Consul of Barbados Juliette Gooding-Michelin. Tell My Mother I Gone to Cuba: Stories of Early Twentieth-Century Migration from Barbados (University of the West Indies Press) chronicles the migration of Barbadians and other …

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Choose Laughter

Faye Lippitt is a Canadian journalist living in Grand Cayman with her husband Greg. Together they raised six children in eight years, four of which arrived in pairs. To keep her head above water, Faye began writing about the crazy things the children would say and do, and these became …

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Little Havana preserved

MIAMI (AP) — Historic preservation groups announced a partnership Friday with city officials to save Miami’s Little Havana, bidding to safeguard its heritage as the famed epicenter of the Cuban diaspora was placed on a list of “national treasures.” The nonprofit National Trust for Historic Preservation said awarding its special …

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Antigua hits 50th sailing week

Antigua Sailing Week is celebrating its 50th edition this year and sailors worldwide will be at the party. Cayman Islands is building up its competitive sailing reputation and it’s only a matter of time before a boat from these shores features prominently in one of this event’s many races. It …

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