- published: 11 Jan 2012
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'Love Ya Liked Cooked Food'... Join hosts Luigi Moxam and Kamala Murugesu for Episode 2 of Gallivantin' in the Cayman Islands. Here they take you on an exciting exploration of Cayman's local flava. Journey to the districts of Bodden Town and East End and get a taste of cuisine locally grown and caught at Vivine's Kitchen and Grapetree Cafe. See Cayman's history unfold at the Mission House. Find out why My Bar at Sunset House is a preferred spot for locals and visitors alike. For more information on the Cayman Islands, visit us online at http://www.caymanislands.ky/
On this short video two Caymanians (authentic local experts) take you through the culinary and cultural highlights of this stunning Caribbean nation, from the East end delights of Bodden Town to the West Bay area, stopping at a few places where you can enjoy the best "fried fish and fritters".
Http://www.jackieshistoricallandtours.com THis Video talks about 3 of the Restaurant that sells great Local Food. We all love to eat and sample great food from various restaurants And thought you would want to know the location of these restaurants I love eating. Telling Vistiors about our local attractions, places to meet local people and see local ARTS , CRAFTS , ATTRACTIONS, PEOPLE , HEAVY CAKES / FOOD is my PASSION Local Food--- Cayman style fish, Key lime Pie, Cayman style beef, Conch, Lobster As a local who food ( main dishes, Heavy Cakes, Cayman Traditional Beverages Then need to know where to snorkel from the beach? Places of Historical and cultural Interest to visit , you can viist in www.jackieshistoricallandtours.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "CHURC...
http://search.pricebuster-travel.com/Country/Cayman_Islands.htm Grand Cayman. Early Friday afternoon commute from work at Governors Square http://arteccentrixgallery.com/ to home heading north along Seven Mile Beach & West Bay Road towards West Bay. A glimpse into driving in the Cayman Islands for anyone who might be coming to visit or just interested in seeing a bit of the island. This was taken with a Flip camcorder and is a little shaky due to the improvised camera mount on the dash of the Chevy Silverado. Local country radio station Rooster 101 can be heard playing in the background http://www.rooster101.ky/
Cookout Daily Express is a short video series highlighting the abundance of things to do whilst visiting the Cayman Islands. In this episode we meet up with Luigi Moxam of One Tree Four Five Collection. One Tree Four Five Collection, is a sophisticated and original clothing collection, highlighting the unique culture and heritage of the Cayman Islands. Some of the designs feature local phrases and sayings in the Caymanian dialect and the company's logo which proudly showcases the indigenous blue iguana. If you're looking to add a bit of the Cayman Islands to your everyday style, be sure to check out the One Tree Four Five Collection. For more information on Cayman, visit http://www.caymanislands.ky
Welcome to Air Traffic Control in the Cayman Islands! Who are Air Traffic Controllers? Specialists only see the problems within their field, just like a pilot in a single plane. They are important, but it’s impossible to expect them to take in the big picture of the whole airport with dozens of other departments in it, all interacting with one another. Air Traffic Controllers step back and integrate all the information to make sure that all units work together synergistically and that the airport as a whole functions optimally. Discover the principles behind Air Traffic Control in the Cayman Islands as we take you behind the scenes at Owen Roberts International. Most of us have come to Grand Cayman via some form of air travel, but few may have realized the important role played by ATC i...
Want to see Cayman from a Native's Perspective? Want to see our Places of Interect? Want to eat some Local Cuisine: Turtle, Fish, Lobster, Beef, Oxtail etc Lets visit places of Interest: See Nature: Pedro castle, Vist the Local ladies who do the Jams, Thatch products, Jelllies, local food. Learn about the Birth Place of our Democracy- Pedro St James Want to see our Plant life- Queen Elizabeth Botanic Park Want to learn our History of Yesterday year - visit our National Museum Taste our Local Dishes? -- check out a few local restaurants Love Art--- Lets see our Art Gallery/Shop Want to see what lives in the Water?-- Then see the Dolphins, Stingrays, and Turtles Want to learn it from a Native's Prospective Then contact me on my Cayman cell ; Whatups 345-916-6182 Or visit us...
The Cayman Islands, known also as the Culinary Capital of the Caribbean boasts many great flavours, chef talent, star culinary events such as the annual Cayman Cookout in January and a plethora of restaurants on the islands. This particular video is one with a local cook, Mr. Alvin McLaughlin, demonstrating how to cook beef local Cayman Stew style in preparation for the annual Cayman Thanksgiving Celebrations on islands the first weekend in December.
Have you ever seen anything this perfectly tropical? Discover the island life in the Caribbean as we take on all the local spots. Featuring: American Eagle & AERIE outfits http://www.tobruckave.com Film by Mike Bishop Song: Kita Alexander - Plain Sight
In episode 3 of Gallivantin' in the Cayman Islands, host Luigi covers the 2011 Float Parade -the signature event of the destination's National Festival, Pirates Week. Revelers enjoyed local music and food as an elaborate and colourful spectacle proceeded through George Town. Floats and street dancers exhibited Cayman culture, flavour and soul like never before. For more information on the Cayman Island Events, visit http://www.caymanislands.ky/eventsoffers.aspx
with Cayman history narrated by Taxi Driver and Cayman Local
Through the alleyways
to cool off in the shadows,
then into the street
following the water.
There's a bearded man
paddling in his canoe,
looks as if he has
come all the way from the Cayman Islands.
These canals, it seems,
they all go in circles,
places look the same,
and we're the only difference.
The wind is in your hair,
it's covering my view.
I'm holding on to you,
on a bike we've hired until tomorrow.
If only they could see,
if only they had been here,
they would understand,
how someone could have chosen to go the length I've gone,
to spend just one day riding.
Holding on to you,