Time to spahhh

(Published in Bounce magazine, issue 1 April 2019) Bounce Marriott Spa PDF Worn out by the stresses of day-to-day life? Then head to Botanika Union, the Grand Cayman Marriott Beach Resort’s newly opened spa. Tucked away in the resort’s lobby the spa offers wellness lovers a host of healing treatments, including rejuvenating skin-loving facials, relaxing … Continue reading Time to spahhh

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Photos by Janet Jarchow  (Published in Bounce magazine, issue 1 April 2019) Bounce Locavore Cayman Cabana PDF Not only is eating locally grown produce better for you, it is also a greener and more sustainable option too. Plus, local produce is just a whole lot tastier, left to ripen to perfection under the Caribbean sun. … Continue reading loh-kuh-vawr

The Zen of colouring

(Published in Bounce magazine, issue 1 April 2019) Bounce Adult Colouring PDF Whether you like to colour inside or outside the lines, colouring is the latest way to relax and de-stress. Indeed, colouring books are no longer just for kids, with a plethora of books hitting the market in recent years specifically designed for adults. … Continue reading The Zen of colouring

Shades with a social conscience

(Published in The Cayman Book magazine, Nov. 2018 – Nov. 2019) The Cayman Book Shades With A Social Conscience PDF Local lifestyle brand Peripheral is helping individuals and groups achieve their dreams, one fashionable pair of shades at a time. When you live in or visit a sunny locale such as the Cayman Islands one … Continue reading Shades with a social conscience

Journey to the Middle East at Spa at Seafire

(Published in The Cayman Book magazine, Nov. 2018 – Nov. 2019) The Cayman Book Kimpton Spa PDF Cayman’s only traditional-style hammam offers a relaxing treatment quite unlike any other. Transport yourself to the Middle East and immerse yourself in the splendour of an authentic Turkish bath. At the Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa you’ll find … Continue reading Journey to the Middle East at Spa at Seafire

Tapas delights

(Published in The Cayman Book magazine, Nov. 2018 – Nov. 2019) The Cayman Book Tapas Delights PDF Small bites big on flavour The passionate sound of a Spanish guitar fills the air, while the precise footwork of the flamenco dancers emits a series of rhythmic clicks, creating an atmosphere of excitement and intrigue. It might … Continue reading Tapas delights

Luxury on the water

  (Published in The Cayman Book magazine, Nov. 2018 - Nov. 2019) The Cayman Book Luxury on the Water PDF Cruise Cayman’s aquamarine waters in true VIP style aboard one of the island’s largest and most luxurious catamarans. The Cayman Book team gives it a whirl. Lying on the trampoline nets of a luxurious yacht … Continue reading Luxury on the water

Camana Bay Times: High fashion on The Paseo

(Cover story: Published in Camana Bay Times, November issue, 2018) https://camanabay.com/times/high-fashion-paseo/ Camana Bay Times Nov fashion PDF Camana Bay Times NKY fashion event inside page PDF   10/10 Fashion Show by NKY features international brands Kindness is always fashionable — so the saying goes — and on Dec. 6, kindness will combine with fashion in … Continue reading Camana Bay Times: High fashion on The Paseo

Cayman News Service: Dog left for dead by school bus

(Published by Cayman News Service, November 6, 2018) Animal lovers have been left reeling by a video circulating across social media showing a dog left for dead in the middle of the road after being hit by a school bus. The incident was caught on video by a Clifton Hunter High School student. On the short … Continue reading Cayman News Service: Dog left for dead by school bus

Cayman News Service: Volunteers shocked by abuse of tiny dog

Image may be distressing to some viewers (Published by Cayman News Service, June 2018) Volunteers from a local animal welfare organisation, One Dog at a Time, say they were shocked by the abuse that a small dog rescued by their group had suffered. A tiny Yorkie-mix named Virtue, rescued earlier this week and now under … Continue reading Cayman News Service: Volunteers shocked by abuse of tiny dog