(Closed) Cayman Islands

posted 8 years ago in Honeymoons
Post # 3
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Newbee
  • Wedding: March 2011

It has been years since I have been there and so much has changed my parents said. I remember the Turtle Farm, Hell. The Lonestar to eat. I know that downtown is huge now and Rum Pointe has things they didn’t have before. Cathy Church is an excellent underwater photographer. The place next to Plantation used to have free food and steel drums on a certain night. We use to go out with a great captain on a small boat, but I forgot his name. ALl I know my parents weren’t happy how the island is now. We started going back in 88 when only one crusie ship came in a week. I will ask my parents if they have anything for you.

Post # 4
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337 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: March 2011

We ate at Rum Pointe somewhere that was good. My aunt and uncle lived there for a few years- I will ask them if they know of any. The Naked Fish also has pretty good food and it’s not too far away from the main downtown area.

Post # 5
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84 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: January 2010

A little off topic but – what did you think of Sting Ray city? I have heard about it before!

Post # 7
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951 posts
Busy bee

We just went there last August for our honeymoon.  Definitely do Sting Ray City and snorkeling on the reef.  Rum Point is a lot of fun.  And the food at Luca at the Carribean Club (a couple of doors down from the Ritz) is great as is the wine list.  Deckers is a great semi-locals place (a lot of the ex pat workers hang out there after their shifts).  Good food, great waitstaff/bartenders, and live music – 1/2 of it is outdoors under a patio cover, which is really cool when it pours rain and you stay dry and can watch the downpour. 🙂

Post # 9
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

I agree with Rum Point and Stingray City.  I went snorkeling at Cemetary Beach and saw a lot of stuff, it was about 6 months after Ivan so there was almost a fake reef from debris.  It is a small beach with no ammenities, but pack a picnic lunch and you’ll probably share the place with 4 or 5 others.  For restaurants, maybe check out the Calypso Grill, Pappagallo, Blue, the Lighthouse.  Chicken, Chicken was a cheaper lunch option.  We stayed at Turtle Nest Inn in Bodden Town and had our own apartment, so we also got to know the local grocery store and bought stuff for a picnic lunch each day to save some money.  Cayman can get expensive!

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