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Times change – that can’t be helped. So whether Easter, or camping, is a part of your family’s tradition, we encourage all our readers to enjoy the week in good company, taking full advantage of these final days of the cool dry season before things heat up, the winds shift and rains return.
So, I confess, I have never gone camping in Cayman over Easter. Despite living here since 1975, it is still something on my bucket list.
You know it must be Easter when the colorful encampments of tents begin popping up on the beaches around Grand Cayman.
As campers hit the beach for the Easter long weekend, the Department of Environmental Health has issued some health sad safety tips. April 14 and 17 are public holidays.
As residents pitch their tents for the traditional Easter weekend camping, the Department of Environmental Health is getting ready for its own tradition: cleaning up after the campouts are over.
Caymanian families and residents are pitching tents on beaches around Cayman as the annual tradition of camping gets under way.