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I moved with my young family to Cayman Brac from Ireland in 1987. After spending a year on the Brac we moved to Grand Cayman – just in time for Hurricane Gilbert. Education has been my lifelong passion and over the years I have encouraged young people to follow their dreams. Since moving to Grand Cayman I have developed my love for photography and have volunteered my time to take photos for local charities, organisations and friends. After many requests I have finally decided to take my own advice and turn my love for photography into a part-time (for the moment) career. Candid, documentary style photos which ‘capture moments’ are the ones I like best-but I will work with you to find the style you prefer.
The Palm Restaurant at Reef Resort Our Award Winning Restaurant and Poolside Bar The Palms Caribbean Restaurant tempts you with the taste of the tropics as well as serving American and continental cuisines. Breakfast is served from 7 to 9 a.m., continental breakfast served from 9 to 10 a.m., lunch from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m., and dinner 6:30 to 8 p.m. Dress Beach Casual. The Tipsy Turtle Pub is a poolside bar overlooking the beach, specializing in refreshing tropical drinks, and is the gathering place for guests before and after meals. The bar opens at 12 noon and closes at 1 a.m., Monday through Friday; closing at midnight on Saturday. Sunday hours 12 noon until midnight. The bar also offers a great menu of food including delicious burgers, fries and salads. Food is served at the bar daily between 12 noon and 9 p.m. If you have special dietary needs, every effort will be made to accommodate those needs. We also offer room service for our guests. Phone: 345-948-1323 Emailinfo@bracreef.com
Cayman Brac, Cayman Islands
The Seahorse Inn, as its name suggests, has four well appointed air conditioned guest bedrooms, each with stunning sea views. In addition to that, the Seahorse Inn offers Villas and Suites to rent close by.
Seahorse Inn, Black Rock, Trinidad and tobago
Opened in 2007, and dedicated to the innovative French-Fusion cuisine by Chef Erwin Husken, who is a co-proprietor of the restaurant, Screaming Eagle features bi-weekly changing specials with seasonal fresh and popular items next to its already super appealing a la carte menu. As the perfect pairing with its outstanding dishes, the restaurant aims at featuring the most exclusive wine list in Aruba, and in the Caribbean. So what is Chef Husken’s secret to success? Yes, he can cook. And he is fearless. Unbound and uninhibited by traditions and conventions, chef Erwin feels free to explore tastes and textures to the total delight of the restaurant’ many local and international fans. He makes ceviche like a Peruvian, and handles sashimi like a Japanese chef, he tackled Hungarian duck liver, Jamon Iberico, soft shell crabs, escargots, USDA steaks, New Zealand lamb, no food is too exotic, too expensive, two finicky, or too much trouble. Chef Erwin always grabs the bull by its horns, facing the culinary challenge head on, going for the boldly conceived unusual combinations, and coming up with never-before interesting pairings. And patrons respond with great enthusiasm, appreciating the elements of surprise in every item on the menu. As […]
Screaming Eagle Restaurant
Flying Fish The Finest Dining In The Caribbean 1 Seahorse Rd. Freeport, Grand Bahama Bahamas (242) 373-4363 email@example.com The Finest Dining in the Caribbean. AAA 4 Diamond Award winner 2014 & 2015, Named #2 Restaurant in the Caribbean by TripAdvisor 2014, Named #9-2014 & #8-2015 Restaurant in the Caribbean by Caribbean Journal, Named #11 Chef in the Caribbean by Caribbean Journal, Fodor’s Recommended, TripAdvisor Traveler’s Choice Award, Top 5 Restaurants Worth Travelling For by Fort Lauderdale Daily
Flying Fish Modern Seafood
Champers offers the romance of waterside dining in its Gazebo or Open Terrace. Air condition comfort is also available at lunch in our upstairs Dining Room. Feel comfortable while complementing our beautiful surroundings by dressing elegantly casual. What about wanting to stay connected to the corporate world while enjoying a sumptuous meal? Champers is the perfect place to do so as we allow you to do business and bring your office to the water’s edge, as we provide you and your clients with free wireless internet and is ideal for all types of business meetings.
Champers Restaurant & Wine Bar
World Famous Senor Frogs Restaurant, Bar and Souvenir Shop has two fantastic locations in the Bahamas. Visit us for unforgettable fun, delicious food and thirst quenching drinks right on the oceanfront!
Senor Frogs, Nassau
Hyatt Regency Trinidad Dock Road Port-of-Spain, Republic of Trinidad & Tobago Tel: +1 868 623 2222
LE BISTRO RESTAURANT – No list of Antiguan restaurants would be complete without this, the old dame of Antiguan cuisine. Le Bistro was started 30 years ago and has stood the test of time, serving wonderfully tasty food which is always of a very high standard. It is a French Restaurant, as the name suggests, where the atmosphere is a little more formal than your average Caribbean restaurant – you can even spot people wearing smart jackets! Only open for dinner, it is located in lovely breezy garden and the staff are very well trained and friendly. It was awarded Trip Advisor’s Certificate of excellence in 2014 – high praise & an award it definitely deserves. Address: Hodges Bay, St. Georges, Antigua Phone: 1 (268) 462-3881 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hodges Bay, St Georges, Antigua
Uncle Roddy’s Beach Bar and Grill Probably the best known of Barbuda’s restaurants and bars, Uncle Roddy’s is located right on the beach at Coral Group bay on Barbuda, next to Barbuda Cottages. Recently he has renovated and enlarged the space and it’s now possible to moor your boat right outside. Uncle Roddy’s is Barbuda’s first and only 100% solar powered restaurant – and is most famous for his grilled Barbudan lobster. But a new chef now cooks delicious grilled fish and other dishes, all accompanied by lovely side dishes including sweet potato fries, rice and peas, salads and vegetables. Reservations are required to ensure availability so please call first. Phone:+1 268-785-3268 Email:email@example.com
Uncle Roddy's Bearch Bar and Grill, Barbuda
On Barbuda you can complete most local transactions at the Antigua Commercial Bank near Codrington Airport. There is a cashpoint machine (ATM) outside the bank but it currently has a $500ec daily limit on foreign cards and can be often out of service so we advise that visitors bring cash for their stay. Hardly anyone in Barbuda has a card or credit machine so most payments in guesthouses, bars, shops or taxi’s will expect cash. Both EC dollars and US dollars are acceptable here, at a rate of about EC$2.70 to US$1.00 – which never changes. Most people carry change in both currencies or will give you ec dollars in change. The bank opens Monday – Thursdays from 8 am to 3 pm, and on Fridays from 8 am to 4 pm. It closes for lunch from 12 to 1 pm daily, and on public holidays. Contact: Phone (268) 481-4215
Barbuda Belle A Boutique Hotel located on the most beautiful beach in the Caribbean. Its beauty and remoteness will transform your stay into a peaceful getaway. Each of the six beachfront bungalows has its own private large balcony, with stunning views on the nearby mangroves of the Codrington Lagoon Park. The wooden furniture decorating the bungalows gives them a rustic yet plush look. Our solar system guaranties peacefulness allowing you to embrace nature without altering comfort. This family owned Hotel takes pride in highlighting the beauty of the Island of Barbuda with its nature friendly concept and with its gourmet seafood restaurant, The Mangrove, with a predominance of local products prepared by our French chef. Discovering Barbuda’s unique history and natural beauty or just laying back and enjoying the scenery, Barbuda Belle’s staff will reach beyond expectation to deliver the comfort and privacy expected in a Luxury Hotel. Contact: Barbuda Belle Hotel – Cedar Tree Point Email: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org Ph: 1 (268) 783-4779 Note: The hotel closes the 1st of August and reopens on the 1st of November every year.
Barbuda Belle Hotel