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Cuba still has far to go

On my first visit to Cuba in 2007 I was warned not to talk openly about local politics to Cubans or even the football people I travelled with from Cayman. Such was the sensitivity about Fidel Castro’s controversial communist rule, everyone was literally too scared to voice their opinions lest …

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Summer sips to tickle your taste buds!

Looking to beat the heat and cool down with a refreshing drink? We’ve rounded up a selection of our favourite tipples to see you through summer. Cocktail recipes for summer Back Nine This drink is sweet and tart all at the same time. Ideal for sipping on around the pool, …

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Festivals keep ‘em coming

Music festivals in the Caribbean have grown exponentially in recent years thanks to the drawing power of social media. They were already popular but in images of having all that fun on Facebook, Snapchat, Twitter and Instagram has lured many more to the region. Various islands host music extravaganzas throughout …

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Sizzling summer beauty treats

Summer is officially here and with it soaring temperatures. Here’s our favourite must-have summer beauty treats that are bound to help ensure you stay looking your best – no matter how high the temperature climbs. Instant Bronzing Mist, by James Read We all know how damaging the sun is to …

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London has so much to offer

Maybe it’s because I’m a Londoner that I love London so, the classic Cockney song goes. And, yes, I do get a funny feeling inside of me just walking up and down. People in big cities rarely make time to see the tourist sights and take advantage of the attractions. …

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Let’s get TECHY-nical

We all love a bit of high-tech, you’ll probably be lying if you don’t. Tech stuff is cool, cutting-edge and, most of the time, a complete and utter luxury that you probably don’t need. But we don’t care about such details and instead we’ve put together a list of the …

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Mutt Strut set tails wagging

Animal welfare organisation One Dog at a Time recently hosted its first Mutt Strut. The fundraising event was held on Seven Mile Beach, Sunday, June 25. More than 40 people and pooches, some with their owners and some still seeking homes via ODAAT and the Cayman Islands Humane Society, participated …

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Great reads

Looking for a fabulous read, but not quite sure which book to plump for? We’ve rounded up a selection of our favourite reads to get you through those long summer days. Favourite reads – Joanna Lewis The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency Alexander McCall Smith Alexander McCall Smith is without …

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National Gallery examines identity

A powerful new exhibition has just been launched at the National Gallery of the Cayman Islands. Curated by Kerri-Anne Chisholm, Mediating Self – Identity and the Body, features a collection of works drawn from the gallery’s existing permanent collection, as well as work from the Cayman National Cultural Foundation, the …

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Silver screen summer blockbuster

Looking to soak in a movie this month? Grab yourself some popcorn and get yourself comfortable, here’s some of the most anticipated movie releases. From action-packed thrillers, to sci-fi and period dramas, July has something for everyone. Spider-Man: Homecoming A young Peter Parker (Tom Holland) attempts to navigate his newfound …

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