Date: Thursday, 15 November
At the eastern end of Grand Cayman lies East End.
This is one of the most untouched areas in the Cayman Islands wit picturesque views of fishing and dive boats, tall palms and sparkling blue seas.
Along the coast leading to the village from George Town are the Blow Holes where sea water is forced through holes in the ironshore to create natural geyser-like fountains.
East End is also home to several old shipwrecks, fragments of which can still be seen from shore. To the east of the village is the Wreck of the Ten Sails Park, commemorating the spot along the reef where a legendary shipwreck took place in 1794. The wreck area can also be viewed from the old lighthouse, built in 1937. An older lighthouse stands a few feet away.
Find traditional cottages and small stores that offer all kinds of local goods from heavy cake to thatch work.