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The culture and history of the Cayman Islands


A JC special apocryphal exposition

Important disclaimer: The author has never been to the Cayman Islands, and he’s hardly going to get an invitation now. There is, therefore, much fantastical speculation in this article and you should assume it is, at the very least, mostly false.

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Capital of the Cayman Islands, home of Ugland House and Maples and Calder, and not far from the factory, on North West Point, where one can get the greatest rum cake in the world.

Named after father of the modern high finance, George Robert Maguire Ugland.

MOR whistling virtuoso Roger Whitaker’s 1973 hit Tortugan Farewell is set in the Cayman capital.

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