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Living in the Cayman Islands as an Expat Family No Income Tax No Snow Just Beach and Palm Trees

Living in the Cayman Islands as an Expat Family No Income Tax No Snow Just Beach and Palm Trees



Living in the Cayman Islands as an Expat Family No Income Tax No Snow Just Beach and Palm Trees Plus pay off your student loans while living on a tropical …

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  1. Dak G

    Cayman is a nice place to live. And although a bit expensive, it is not as bad at some people believe. The Cayman people knew in the 80s and 90s is so much different and more developed today. Nearly half my family members are Caymanians and so I do go there quite often.

  2. Timmy Jones

    Rain ( LoL) we have gotten more rain in San Diego , California in 2019 than any of us can remember I've been here since 2013 but better than winters back home in Minnesota . I've dreamed about doing Cayman Island , maybe one day I may try it and see how it is Cayman Rain ( LoL).

  3. Amy Lloyd

    We are going to Grand Cayman tomorrow and staying at the retreat at Rum Point Beach for a week. What are your absolute favorite local places to visit we do have rental cars??? Best places for groceries an absolute must see in do’s ??

  4. Happey67

    Sir, you expect not to have rain at all? How will the trees and the animals survive? How will people cook and wash their body parts? It is just like America, they don't tell people of the ills, high taxes, prejudice, injustice, culture shock. working two jobs and all that stuff. Oh no, you find out yourself.

  5. MISS JOMO

    Bruce hey,,,
    Honestly given a chance i can move to Cayman,,,am told it is a tax free heaven,,,the beaches and the weather generally,,,you have loads of information Bruce
    I knocked your door hope you knock mine
    Best of luck👏👏👏👏👏👏👏

  6. Pak De

    Bring an ex-pat American in Indonesia is a heck of a lot easier than living in America. After ten years I have zero regrets. Okay, one regret, I regret not coming here straight out of high school in 1978.

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