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

How To Open A Bank Account In The Cayman Islands

With its warm climate and clear waters, the Cayman Islands is an appealing destination among travellers—so much so, that many choose to relocate there permanently! The territory is more than just a diving hot spot; it offers a relaxed way of life that many expats enjoy. If you’re looking to join them, then you will … Read more

How To Find A School In The Cayman Islands

The Cayman Islands, a group of three small Caribbean islands, are a British dependency, and Commonwealth member, with continued close ties to the UK, economically and culturally. The population is around 70,000, but it is a very rich nation based on the provision of offshore banking and financial services.There is also a small, active expat … Read more

What Quality Of Healthcare Can You Expect In The Cayman Islands?

The Cayman Islands has an estimated population of around 61,559 people, comprising over 100 different nationalities, and there are more registered businesses than people. The majority of the population reside on the largest of the three islands, Grand Cayman. In 2003, the Cayman Islands became the first country in the world to mandate health insurance … Read more

How To Register With The Health System In The Cayman Islands

The Cayman Islands is an autonomous British Overseas Territory in the Caribbean, comprising the three islands of Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman. The population of the Cayman Islands is just 61,559, so you may be forgiven for thinking that it must have little in the way of healthcare in place.It may therefore come … Read more

How To Keep Your Health Insurance Costs Low In The Cayman Islands

The Cayman Islands is perhaps most well-known for being a tax haven. While this has obvious advantages for the people living there, one of the areas it affects negatively is health insurance. Indeed, one of the main reasons people choose not to retire in the Cayman Islands is that the cost of sufficient coverage can … Read more

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