The Cayman Islands is made up of three islands: Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman. Grand Cayman is the main island, and is where 99% of tourists go on vacation. In this article, we will go through the top 10 things to do in the Cayman Islands.Stingray City sandbarThis is the most popular tourist attraction in the Cayman Islands. Everyday, dozens of boats take tourists to a naturally occurring sandbar in North Sound, Grand Cayman. The boats feed wild “Southern Stingrays” squid, which is why there are so many rays there. Visitors are able to hold, touch and feed the stingrays under the guidance of professional guides.Paddle boardingA lot of tourists visiting Grand Cayman love to rent paddle boards on Seven Mile Beach. This is the main beach, with 90% of hotels/resorts on it. It is consistently calm on the West side of Grand Cayman, which is why this is the perfect paddle boarding location. There are many different companies that rent paddle boards, typically … [Read more...] about 10 Best Things To Do In Grand Cayman – Nomad is Beautiful
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A DARK cloud hung over Co Tyrone last week with the loss of three beautiful, much-loved teenagers. Seventeen-year-olds Lauren Bullock and Morgan Barnard and 16-year-old Connor Currie lost their lives while doing something teenagers the land over do every weekend – innocently queuing to get into a disco. As they stood in line that Sunday night they no doubt chatted and laughed with their friends, excited about what the night ahead might bring, about the people they might meet, and the fun they might have. The night ended so tragically with three precious lives ended in a heartbeat, plunging those who knew and loved them into unimaginable grief. Lauren was a talented cheerleader, loved by so many who said her smile would light up any room she was in. Speaking at her funeral, Fr David Moore said that she was a girl who was "happiest when she was doing things to help others and gave of herself and her time to do a good deed whenever and wherever she could". Morgan was a a vivacious, … [Read more...] about Leona O’Neill: Tragedy a terrible reminder that life is short, precious and beautiful
German-born fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld has died, a source at the French fashion house Chanel said on Tuesday, February 19. Reports say he had been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.“Today the world lost a giant among men. Karl was so much more than our greatest and most prolific designer—his creative genius was breathtaking and to be his friend was an exceptional gift. Karl was brilliant, he was wicked, he was funny, he was generous beyond measure, and he was deeply kind. I will miss him so very much," editor in chief at Vogue and friend to Lagerfeld Anna Wintour said in an article. 22 PHOTOS Karl Lagerfeld's most iconic quotes See Gallery Karl Lagerfeld's most iconic quotes 'I'm a kind of fashion nymphomaniac who never gets an orgasm." (1984) Pictured: Karl Lagerfeld poses with models on July 23, 1984 at the end of the autumn-winter 1984/1985 Haute Couture collection in Paris. (Photo: PIERRE GUILLAUD/AFP/Getty Images) … [Read more...] about Karl Lagerfeld’s most iconic quotes: ‘Life is not a beauty contest, some [ugly people] are great’
0 Have your say On a trip that began as a tribute to Edwin Muir’s Scottish Journey, James McEnaney found the NC500 was not without its bumps I was never the wee boy who wanted to be a footballer or a fireman or a racing car driver. The only thing I can remember always wanting to do, at every age and stage, through every phase and passing fascination, was write.And then, at the age of 32, I finally got the chance to produce a book. I had been inspired by Edwin Muir’s Scottish Journey, a fascinating piece of work – part travelogue, part polemic – which I had first encountered in 2012. I was 26, a newly-qualified English teacher at Arran High School, and had been handed the challenge of teaching the Advanced Higher curriculum. I immediately fell in love with the book and thought even then that a modern version could make a worthwhile contribution to contemporary Scotland – although I did not for a second ever think I’d have the … [Read more...] about Tourist route the North Coast 500 is beautiful – but do locals love it?
Valencia is a beautiful city right in the heart of Spain which is full of amazing things to do and great universities. This city is the third largest in Spain meaning that there is a lot going on and plenty of opportunities for those who want to live a luxurious life there. Many people believe that studying abroad means living in dark, boring student accommodation but this is not the case. It is really possible to live the life of luxury when you study in Valencia this year so keep reading to find out more. The Accommodation If you are worried about where you would stay when you are in Valencia studying, then don’t worry at all! The amazing luxury student accommodation Valencia has will impress you and have you wanting to jet off sooner rather than later. Collegiate is a company that offers students everything they need from private gyms to cinemas on site and much more. There’s no reason why you shouldn’t be living in luxury while you are in Valencia, so be sure to … [Read more...] about Live The Life Of Luxury When You Study In Valencia