Dear Danielle

No complaints about our flights – all worked a treat.

Cayman Brac Beach Resort – this is first and foremost a holiday resort with a dive school associated with it. This makes it a nice experience for divers and non- divers alike. The whole resort is of a high standard, nice pool, recently built poolside bar, nice beach (but the access to the sea – rocks and seaweed- not ideal for swimming)

Our first few days at the resort were exceptional because we near enough had the resort to ourselves – it was lovely, quiet and peaceful. Then two dive schools arrived and other visitors, which made it a lot busier. The food in the restaurant here was exceptional – it was plentiful, good range every day, and good service – we couldn’t fault this – the meal plan was the right option because there is nowhere near to eat and not a lot of choice on the island. Plus, if not on a meal plan the meals would work out very expensive. The cost of alcohol on Grand Cayman was high, not just in the resort but also at the liquor store. Beer, lager and cider wasn’t too bad but spirits were extortionate.

The only word of warning would be that for non-divers there isn’t much to do here at all on the island. But the resort itself makes for a nice relaxing beach and pool holiday if happy to sit with a good book and do nothing. Mosquitos – no problem with them at this resort.

Sunset House, GC – Located a short ride from the airport and under the direct flight route in. This is first and foremost a dive resort, geared up almost exclusively to divers, with very little if anything for non-divers. The upgrade on the room was worth the money – we ended up in the Cathy Church Signature Room decorated in photographs taken by Cathy Church.

Mosquitos – No problems with mosquitos at this resort.

We had a great time and would definitely return. Although, that said, we would put Bonaire and Curaçao in that order above The Caymans. The reason being the marine life. Although the wrecks in Grand Cayman were good.

Thanks again for arranging a fabulous holiday for us!

Kirsty and Dave from Ashton-under-Lyne

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