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Post by MacPhin »

thinking about going to the caymans for our 15th anniversary. i know that most or all of the hotels are on 7 mile beach. are there other beaches on the isalnd one can go to that are nice. i really don't like being in a "herd".
any info on anything related to the island would be helpful. as of now, we only snorkel.
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Post by Dutch Harbor PH »

7 mile isn't all that bad if you go further north. There are some nice little condo units on the beach.....can't remember the name.... and it was fairly empty.....then again it was in the wintertime.......Also there was a nice newer resort area going in on the east end. I don't know about the snorkling but the diving was supposed to be increadible. Diving in general is awesome..... My wife got certified in GC.....and pregnant.......with careful........
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Post by alwaysbarefoot »

If you don't want to be one of the herd as you say I would suggest 'get the heck off Grand Cay':) Try Little Cay...I'm sure it's more crowded than our 20 yrs. ago:) (from what I see on web) but still a far cry from Grande. jennifer

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