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Luxury destinations and secret escapes; best books for armchair travelers

With much of the world still in lockdown and many countries’ borders closed, travel is either restricted or impossible. So, to ensure you still get your dose of wanderlust, we’ve rounded up some of the best travel books on the market for armchair travelers. While most of us can’t travel much further than our front … Continue reading Luxury destinations and secret escapes; best books for armchair travelers

Increased productivity is benefit of working from home

(Published on the Relevance blog, 30 March 2020) Far from seeing a decrease in productivity as the coronavirus pandemic forces millions of people to work from, businesses may actually see an increase in productivity, if recent studies are to be believed. The coronavirus has seen the largest global mass exercise in remote working ever seen … Continue reading Increased productivity is benefit of working from home

The Cayman Book: 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 The Cayman Book: Tapas delights

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 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

Skies magazine: Weddings that wow

(Published in Cayman Airway’s Skies magazine, May/June issue, 2018)  With a host of skilled industry experts ready to cater to every whim, those looking for a destination wedding offering the ultimate in hospitality combined with tropical romance opt for the Cayman Islands. Whether it’s marrying at a five-star resort, along a secluded beach or on … Continue reading Skies magazine: Weddings that wow

Skies magazine: Cayman’s marathon man

(Published in Cayman Airway's Skies magazine, May/June issue, 2018)  http://www.caymanairwaysmagazine.com/marathon-man/ He runs more than 2,000 miles a year, has tackled some of the most gruelling marathons in the world, and climbed some of the most challenging mountains and volcanoes in arduous conditions, all in aid of raising funds for Cayman’s charities. Meet Derek Haines, Cayman’s … Continue reading Skies magazine: Cayman’s marathon man

Skies magazine: Oenophiles rejoice in the Cayman Islands

(Published in Cayman Airway's Skies magazine, May/June issue, 2018) http://www.caymanairwaysmagazine.com/the-wonderful-world-of-wine/ The Cayman Islands isn’t just known as the Culinary Capital of the Caribbean for its world-class food, diverse restaurants and excellent chefs; its drink scene is also cutting-edge. Indeed, wine connoisseurs will discover a host of rare vintages and exceptional wines at the Cayman Islands’ … Continue reading Skies magazine: Oenophiles rejoice in the Cayman Islands

Skies magazine: Engaging with change

Delighted to have been selected as the first journalist to interview Cayman's new Governor, Anwar Choudhury. (Published in Cayman Airway's Skies magazine, March/April issue, 2018) http://www.caymanairwaysmagazine.com/engaging-with-change/ Anwar Choudhury, Cayman’s new Governor, has had an illustrious career. A career diplomat of 15 years, 58-year-old Choudhury took up the post in March of this year. Skies magazine … Continue reading Skies magazine: Engaging with change