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Making Waves

Whilst Kirstie is a recent repatriate, this Canadian made the most of her two year stint on Grand Cayman. The blog documents expat life from touchdown to developing a case of 'rock fever' and buying property to pirate week, together with her husband (and plenty of visitors) she gives a well rounded insight into her expat reality. With a PO box in Hell (literally) her posts will make you laugh and ugly cry in equal measure.


Lorraine Carey

Author and teacher Lorraine's blog is a celebration of the written word. As a long term expat in Cayman she likes to 'mix it up' and enjoys moving around regularly to enjoy all the best that the island has to offer. Book reviews, inspiring interviews with other authors and snippets of her own books make up a large part of the blog, the rest is filled with travels and observations on island life.


Barlow's Cayman

Gordon Barlow moved to Cayman in 1978 and has been blogging about his experiences there since 2010. A representative of the Chamber of Commerce, Barlow’s posts are long-form and frequently political in nature. If you enjoy intellectual debate of current affairs, you’ll like this blog - it touches on international issues as well as thoughts about the Cayman Islands themselves, and Barlow doesn’t hold back from saying what he thinks, whilst still managing to sound respectful of others - not always an easy balance to strike online! A must-read for politics buffs and those who want a more academic view of their new home.


Cayman Islands Blog

If you’re looking for an eclectic blog that covers all aspects of Cayman life, this is it. From where to have breakfast to why the government has banned certain types of pesticides, Cayman Islands Blog reads like a newspaper and diary all rolled into one. The practicalities of life aren’t left off the list, either; the blog also covers how to do your shopping (by flying to Miami) and dealing with the heat. This is a great site to browse through if you want an overview of all aspects of Cayman life.


Offshore CPA

The blog of a couple who run their accountancy business from Cayman, Offshore CPA is a repository of useful information for anyone who is planning a move there. The ‘Make The Move’ section is particularly helpful and includes a list of resources for each element related to moving, from where to live to finding employment. There’s also a specific Q&A section devoted to how to set up an accounting practice in Cayman.


Living In Grand Cayman

If you like your blog posts to be as photo-heavy as possible, this is the place for you. Micho includes several pictures with each article, and they all give a glimpse into what his life in Grand Cayman is like. If you’re into swimming, snorkelling or the ocean in general, you’ll love his posts about the activities that can be found on and around the island. There are also reviews of cultural activities such as visiting the national museum, updates on Micho’s travels to other parts of the world, and discussions of the weather in Cayman - it’s not all sunshine and cloudless skies!


Cayman Expat

The blog of a Canadian software developer who now lives in Cayman, Cayman Expat includes musings about island life as well as tips and advice for people who are new to the expat experience.

A particularly useful recent post saw DK writing about a TV documentary which portrayed life on the Cayman Islands as purely an idyllic paradise. Cayman Expat injects a dose of realism and discusses what life is actually like there, without dissuading people from making the move.

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