Stingray Awards promote tourism excellence

(Blog post, Pink Duck Publishing) Awards promote tourism excellence The 2019 Stingray Awards are set to take place in July, celebrating those who go above and beyond working in the Cayman Islands’ tourism industry. Hosted by the Cayman Islands Tourism Association, the gala event will be held on Tuesday, July 23, at The Ritz-Carlton, Grand … Continue reading Stingray Awards promote tourism excellence

The Cayman Book: 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 The Cayman Book: Luxury on the water

Cayman Compass: Paradise found at Las Cascadas

Las Cascadas Lodge, Honduras, May 22 2015 (Published in the Cayman Compass, Friday, 22 May, 2015) Sitting in my cabin overlooking lush tropical foliage and relaxing to the soothing sound of a nearby cascading waterfall, I wonder what has taken me so long to visit this jungle oasis. I’m at Las Cascadas Lodge, a stunning … Continue reading Cayman Compass: Paradise found at Las Cascadas

Key to Cayman magazine: Pack for the Brac

(Published in Key to Cayman, winter issue, 2014) Pack for the Brac There's something rather special about Cayman Brac, the larger of the two Sister Islands. Perhaps it’s the laid-back island feel, the rugged landscape or the charming friendly “Brackers.” It’s hard to put your finger on precisely what it is, but there’s no doubt … Continue reading Key to Cayman magazine: Pack for the Brac

Flava magazine: Harvesting nature’s bounty

Harvesting Nature's Bounty (Published in Flava magazine, issue 2, 2014) A delicious new retreat has opened its doors on Cayman Brac, embracing the farm-to-table movement in every sense of the word. Standing on the Bluff looking out at verdant vegetable boxes and flowering fruit trees heavy with Mother Nature’s bounty, it’s hard to imagine that … Continue reading Flava magazine: Harvesting nature’s bounty

Caymanian Compass: Jammin’ in Jamaica

  (Published in the Caymanian Compass, Weekender, Friday, 21 February, 2014) At less than an hour away, the busy cosmopolitan city of Kingston, Jamaica, offers a wealth of sightseeing opportunities. For those looking for some rest and rehabilitation, the neighboring Blue Mountains are just a short drive away. During a recent press trip to Kingston … Continue reading Caymanian Compass: Jammin’ in Jamaica

Weekend breaks: Panama

(Published in The Observer on Sunday, 1 April, 2012) Largely unfettered by large crowds of tourists, Panama is a vibrant Latin American country with ample attractions to suit all. Spanning the Caribbean and Pacific coasts, Panama is rich in nature, with spectacularly beautiful mountains and highlands, historical sites and a cosmopolitan capital city. With … Continue reading Weekend breaks: Panama

CCMI: Protecting Cayman’s marine life

(Published in Cayman Airways Skies, September/October 2011) Attracting divers from across the globe, Cayman’s colourful coral reefs are a mainstay of the islands’ tourism industry. Yet, with their ongoing destruction and declining health across the globe, ensuring Cayman’s reefs remain a national treasure for all to enjoy has never been more important. The Central … Continue reading CCMI: Protecting Cayman’s marine life