I don’t usually return to a resort twice, but I look forward to my next vacation at Marriott Grand Cayman. It’s a place to create memories that will last a lifetime. With endless opportunities for families, couples, or even singles, it calls my name for a quick return.
Here are 5 amazing reasons why Marriott Grand Cayman should be on your bucket list: Continue reading →
Swim with turtles in a lagoon full of colorful marine life. Come nose to nose with sharks and other predators of the sea. Explore a free flight zone filled with local and exotic birds.
The Cayman Island Turtle Farm offers an Adventure Tour that includes: Turtle Lagoon, Predator Reef, Caribbean Free Flight Aviary, and Breaker’s Lagoon. All in one location, you can swim in a lagoon with Green Sea Turtles, watch sharks and other predators through the underwater or dry view panels, see and feed Caribbean birds, play in the largest swimming pool on Cayman, rush down a two loop water slide, and stroll along a beautiful nature trail. Continue reading →
Our wedding anniversary was a few weeks ago but with everything going on, travel, work, selling the house, the holidays, daily life, we didn’t stop to breathe, let alone celebrate. Besides, we had bigger fish in our sights – our trip to Marriott Grand Cayman. We’re more about celebrating life rather than specific days anyway. We opted for a more romantic vacation than our typical go, go, go adventures and planned an entire relaxing day together. We booked a couples massage at La Mer Spa followed by a Jacuzzi bath and we learned that sometimes, even if life as close to perfect as you can imagine, you just need to breathe. Continue reading →
As an eastern Canadian, I would put my family to shame if I didn’t attend an unlimited lobster night. To be honest, I didn’t ever think I’d hear of unlimited lobster night; some things are just too good to be true. Yet every Wednesday night, Solana Restaurant at Marriott Grand Cayman offers an All You Can Eat Lobster Night! Their menu starts with a complimentary glass of sparkling wine, a special selection of appetizers, followed by a great lobster menu and topped off with a choice of desserts. Luckily, the plates are not too large and we were able to try almost everything on the menu. Continue reading →
2013 was an amazing year filled with family, travel, and adventure, but sometimes we just need a minute to exhale. Today, we arrived at Grand Cayman Marriott and that’s exactly what we did – breathed out, relaxed, and took it all in. Continue reading →
I didn’t want to count the items on this year’s list until it was complete. I had too many ideas; it would be impossible to do them all. I’m going to find a way to make them all happen though! Life, after all, is worth living, right? Besides, the more unrealistic we are with our dreams and goals the more we are able to achieve. My 2013 Bucket List included visiting Jordan, Curacao, Bermuda, France, various parts of Canada and the US, and several other countries. It also included adventures like snuba, ATV off-roading, snorkeling with manta rays at night, skeet shooting, and windsurfing. After coming up with 50 items, I accomplished all but three of them and they are on this year’s list. Do any of these items appear on your list? I can’t wait to read about your adventures too!
We’ve decided to make the most of our January and visit 3 Caribbean destinations. With our house in Charlotte, North Carolina on the market and a plan to move back to California, I don’t know how long I’ll have quick, easy access to Caribbean flights. From Grand Cayman to Bahamas and then onto Puerto Rico, I’m dreaming of white sand beaches, water slides, and new wonders. Here’s a glimpse of our January. Continue reading →