Reading about The Cayman Islands

I’ve been defeated by an island nation of 55,000 people.

I’ve tried, tried, and tried again to find a book about the Cayman Islands that I actually wanted to read, but it’s time to call the game. It’s not happening. Not sure if it’s the head-space I’m in, or that everything I came across was either a bulked-up tourist brochure, an exhaustive 700-page history written by a retired expat banker, or oddly too personal and/or political.
I bow to you, little off-shore banking haven. You actually made me not-interested in reading. Not sure that’s ever happened before. I will attempt to honor your unique spirit when I get cooking; I’m sure we can mend our relationship over a nice meal!

Traditional Caymanian Home
Traditional Caymanian Home (image by Lhb1239 (Own work) via Wikimedia Commons)

Country #29 – The Caymen Islands

Country #29, and my third Caribbean destination, are the Cayman Islands. I don’t have much of an image of the place really, beyond just beaches and banking. I’m interested in finding out more!