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Formerly known as the West Bay Pink House, this is probably the most photographed home in Grand Cayman. The pink-and-white Caymanian cottage was built in 1912 of wattle and daub around an ironwood frame. Cheery Mac Bothwell, who grew up in the...more
We stopped while on our way to Hell. It was an old home with sand yards and structure made from a cured limestone proccess. It's was very old but in good shape.Do a drive by just to see it and get a feel for how...More
On our short excursion, the driver stopped for a few minutes, quick drive by, explained the significance and historical background. Seating on the wrong side of vehicle 🚗 for a good picture. If possible would have liked a closer look.
We stopped here on an island routes tour of the island; it was nice to see. There was no cost for admission but then again, we didn't get to go inside. We just got to hear about the traditional Cayman homes a little. Nice history....More
Was not able to go inside when we visited, but our guide made sure we understood the significance of this home. Notice the sand (no grass) yard. Windows allowed cool breezes. Has been preserved quite well over the years.