Posts Tagged ‘ Cayman Islands ’

Saturday snippets: 2nd February 2019

Feb 2nd, 2019 | By

The kindness of the Jamaica Inn in Cornwall, uninformative tourism debates in parliament, exercise bikes on planes and the loss of thousands of lilos capture some of Adrian’s attention this week.



Saturday snippets: 5th January 2019

Jan 5th, 2019 | By

Away from the grey murk that has hung over much of the UK since Chrsitmas, Adrian looks at Central America and the Caribbean for warmth.



Where the experts holiday: Amy Everett, travel writer

Aug 30th, 2018 | By

Travel and food writer, Amy Everett, shares her travel highs and lows with Just About Readers



Saturday snippets: 20th January 2018

Jan 20th, 2018 | By
carnival in venice

The Venice Carnival and the Bayeux Tapestry are two of the news stories of the week that attracted Adrian’s attention.



Truth and lies in the Cayman Islands

Dec 26th, 2017 | By

There is a mismatch between the popular myths and the reality, when it comes to the Cayman Islands



Saturday snippets: 25th November 2017

Nov 25th, 2017 | By

Tax rises (here and in Greece) Christmas markets and the Northern Lights all go to make up some of the smaller news stories of the week.



Where the experts holiday: Chetna Makan, author

Sep 22nd, 2017 | By

Author of The Cardamom Trail and Chai, Chaat & Chutney, Chetna Makan, shares her travel highs and lows with JAT readers



Saturday snippets: June 3rd 2017

Jun 3rd, 2017 | By
Big Bling sculpture

Britons seem to be holidaying further afield. Peru, Costa Rica and Nicaragua all saw more British visitors. And in a week where airline customer service has been to the fore, Adrian has some stories about our rights.



Wish you were here?

Jul 24th, 2014 | By

A great globe trotting itinerary takes a certain kind of planning to ensure the best route – and price. Check out these tips for a top journey



London calling: Kaye Holland

Jul 17th, 2014 | By

Ahead of the two year anniversary of the Olympic Games, London based journalist and co-founder of Talk of the Town, Kaye Holland, opens her little black book to reveal the best places to eat, shop and play in London Town



I love London, so why did I leave: part two

Mar 24th, 2013 | By

Kaye loves London, so why did she leave? Read the second part of her story, here



I love London, so why did I leave?

Mar 16th, 2013 | By

As regular CD-Traveller readers will know, Kaye loves London so why did she leave?



The great British benefit debate

Jan 21st, 2012 | By

More than 371,00 immigrants who were admitted to Britain, claimed state benefits in the UK last year, according to official figures compiled by the government for the very first time.



A shark’s tale: part two

Jun 21st, 2011 | By

CD Traveller speaks to Greg Norman – golf’s most successful off course businessman – about his quintet of quality courses in the Caribbean



Bank on a good time in Grand Cayman: part two

Apr 12th, 2011 | By

Forget Barbados and the Bahamas. This time around it’s Grand Cayman that is stealing the scene. After years in the second rank of Caribbean destinations, this idyllic, sun kissed location is an island on the move



Bank on a good time in Grand Cayman

Apr 11th, 2011 | By

Forget Barbados and the Bahamas. This time around it’s Grand Cayman that is stealing the scene. After years in the second rank of Caribbean destinations, this idyllic, sun kissed location is an island on the move



All White

Oct 8th, 2010 | By

It’s never too early to start planning your next holiday. CD Traveller lets you in on where to have a warm, white Christmas



Shine on

Mar 6th, 2010 | By

Sick of the sleet and snow? CD Traveller asked four top travel journalists to share their ‘hot spots’ for 2010. Get ready to top up your tan



School of rocks

Sep 5th, 2009 | By

Horacio Esteban has built up a reputation as the most celebrated craftsman of Caymanite – the semi precious stone found only in the Cayman Islands. CD Traveller discovers more about the island boy done good The son of a Cuban father and Caymanian mother, Esteban was brought up on Cayman Brac (one of the ‘sister’ islands) and spent much of his childhood “hiking across the bluff”. It was while hiking that Horacio came across “Caymanite in coastal blow holes”. The attraction was instant: “The rock
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