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How Moving to An Island Has Changed Me

We are fast approaching the 7 year anniversary of the day we packed up our lives (including two little furry friends), threw caution to the wind, and embarked on what was supposed to be a 2 year journey in the Cayman Islands. With the intent of "trying out" a 2-year...

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Better Here Than There

Better Here Than There(But we knew that already.) Before I was aware of the pandemic, I had planned a trip to the States to renew my U.S. passport and check on my medical situation. Then air and seaports closed, and the only way out was to swim. When I called the U.S....

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Where Everybody Knows Your Name

Remember the show Cheers (did I just reveal something about my age)? Cheers reminded us that “Sometimes you want to go where everybody knows your name.” This is easily done on a small island.  Also...keyword: “sometimes.” I mean, it’s fun to walk into a bar and have...

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Things I Used to Miss But Am Content Without

As many rock dwellers know, there are quite a few things/pastimes/everyday conveniences that we generally have at our fingertips when living on a 'mainland' country (US, UK, Europe, the world over) that we simply do not have here on our wee little islands, and I don't...

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The Lack of Electricity…

As like every Island, Curacao has its positives and its negatives. Most of my time I will brag about my perfect island life and rub my gorgeous and colorful pictures under your nose. Beautiful beaches, endless happy hours and unique beach weddings. All within easy...

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5 Signs You Have Settled on Your Rock

Deciding to move to a rock is challenging, just as moving to any other country is. On a rock, however, there are different challenges you face that only people on a rock will understand. For one: they tend to be surrounded by water. This could limit your possibilities...

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