Begin Your Caribbean Adventure By Walking Around The Cayman Islands

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If you are looking for the ideal holiday then why not book to stay on the Cayman Islands. From your base there you can start your Caribbean adventure by walking in George Town which is the capital of the Cayman Islands. The instructions provided below will allow you to explore George Town and get a feel for the culture of the Cayman Islands.

To begin your walk, make your way over to the Old Courts Building, which is now known as the Cayman Islands National Museum. The museum contains a number of different exhibits which help to tell the story of the natural and cultural history of the islands.

Moving on from that, on Harbour Drive which takes you past the cruise dock is the beautiful Elmslie Memorial Church which was constructed by Captain Rayal Bodden. If you make a right turn, next to the car park, are old grave markers which look similar to the shapes of houses, with the smaller ones for children, these represent the typical graves of the islands. When you explore further into the churchyard there is the Seamens Memorial which bears the names of 153 Caymanians who have been lost at sea. If you look next to the memorial you can see the remains of Fort George, which was constructed in 1790 to defend against the Spaniards who laid siege to the islands and took prisoners to Cuba.

If you then stroll up Fort Street to the modern Legislative Assembly, which plays host to a wide selection of photos which were taken in the old days, displaying the Town Hall and 1919 Peace Memorial which was next door.

If you look outside the Hall you will find the Clock Tower, which was constructed in the memory of King George V, if you walk across the street you will discover the Public Library that was built in 1939. Furthermore, if you walk up towards the Law Courts sometimes you may be able to see a court in session where you can watch barristers argue in front of the judges.

The Post Office which was also put together by Captain Rayal, can be seen down Edwards Street. Furthermore, if you make your way round the corner of Elgin Avenue and Shedden Road you will discover the traditional cabin-style houses. Finish off your walk at the delightful Panton Square.