Laura Brind, the Cayman Islands

Who are you? My name is Laura. I live with my husband, two chihuahuas and a rescue kitten, and I work as a teacher for autistic children. Where, when and why did you move abroad? We moved to the Cayman Islands from the UK in August 2018, as I had lived pretty much my whole … Read more

Roger Southam

Who are you? I am Roger Southam, serial entrepreneur and High Performance Coach. I founded my first company in 1989 and ran it successfully until 2016 when I sold it to an International Real Estate Advisor.I am a Chartered Surveyor by profession by now active in Biogas, Tech solutions and high performance coaching. Where, when … Read more

Nicole Eastman, Grand Cayman

Who are you? I am a faith-filled and gifted individual who uses my gifts, including my leadership, honesty, vulnerability and openness, empathy, andsensitivity to educate, encourage, inspire, and motivate others. I am a proponent of continued education and mentoring. I enjoy speaking,writing, and showing others the nonjudgmental love that my Grandma showed me as a … Read more


I’m James, 33 years old and I’m currently living in the Caribbean with my wife and two young children. We moved to the Cayman Islands in January 2012. Whilst we’d considered emigrating many times before, it had always felt like an unrealistic dream. An opportunity came up to apply for a position at a large … Read more

Gordon Barlow

My name is Gordon Barlow, married and with grandchildren. I left Australia in 1963, as did my wife, whom I met in Greece the following year. Looking back, it seems I became addicted to the expat life during my second year in Bahamas, after earlier experiences in England and Canada. Gradually the realisation took over … Read more

Daria Kawecka, Grand Cayman

My name is Daria Kawecka and I am a Software Developer from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. I moved from Edmonton to Grand Cayman on April 11th 2011. My main reason was for the adventure. What challenges did you face during the move? Moving back home to rent out my condo was hard. Packing up a fairly … Read more

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