Tangent ‘TJ’ Ambridge is an interesting character and was just born to be in a social job. With an easygoing attitude and the added advantage of towering height he bartends with the greatest of ease at the Wharf Restaurant and Bar.
In previous issues of this column I have made mention of some of the marine research work that has been undertaken by the institute that bears my name, the Guy Harvey Research Institute, based at the Oceanographic Centre at Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
Skating is no longer a ‘boys only’ sport. As the skateboarding community
grows on Grand Cayman, more girls are taking up the sport at the Black
Pearl Skate and Surf Park. Ali Amos, manager of the Black Pearl, has been skating since 1986 and
has witnessed many changes in the sport. “When I first fell in love with skateboarding it was something that
girls just did not do,” she says.
Even if you have never attended a venue to hear Musical Crew there is a good chance that you have seen them perform. For us regular travellers or the visiting tourists, one knows right away when you are in the Cayman Islands as you exit your aircraft and in the background you hear the sweet sounds of live calypso or reggae.
Dive instructor Sean Crothers might have become the next Scorsese, but life had something else in store for him. Sean was born in Ottawa but his family moved to Long Island, New York when he was five years old