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Monthly Archives: November 2006

Kosher Bacon at The Reef ?

Andrew Bacon, that is…. (and apparently he has a few rabbi fans, so he must be kosher !) Starting this week, Andrew Bacon, MC, DJ and Entertainer, has joined the team at The Reef and can be seen on Wednesday evenings at Castro’s Hideaway beach bar from 5:30. Andrew was for many years the Activities [...]

Entering Grand Cayman – Update

In the light of recent controversy over passport requirements we don’t want anyone getting confused, (or worst case – stranded at departure!). There was word in our regional press that the US Government were about to delay the need for travellers to obtain a passport until June 2009 – which would have been a nice [...]

Cayman Airways from $99 return ! …and other airline specials

Cayman Airways are doing a quick special (must ticket by Nov 29th…. ie you have 5 days!) for travel from Jan 10th to Feb 28th… from $99 return ! Visit for more info. As general advice, join the email subscription lists for all airlines servicing Cayman so you can jump on special deals when [...]

‘Snow joke !

This week Cayman is having the first cold front of the season. Some gray skies and high winds (they even had to close the George Town harbourfront the other day). Boy, the daytime temperature barely got above 70, and the windchill (!) must have been in the low 60s. On the other hand, yesterday, for [...]

Sneak preview of our new website

It’s been very quiet on the blog front for some time now for us here at The Reef. OddBlog is now living in the North of England and very busy with the “good old” BBC. Coolbeans has taken the brave leap of moving to Calgary to go to University. What is it with these folks [...]

Hello from Calgary!!

Hello everyone!! This is my first blog from the great white north!! Just in case some of you have forgotten, I am in Calgary, Alberta (Canada) A lot has happened in the past few months, a few which I wish to just forget, a few which will follow me for life, but school is great. [...]