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Cayman Islands

The latest edition of Cayman Islands provides in-depth coverage of each of the country's three distinctive islands. Renowned for some of the world's best diving and snorkelling, the islands also offer numerous other activities, all of which are detailed in this thorough guide. Drag yourself away from those white-sand beaches and you can head off in search of iguanas, mysterious caves or even ghosts. The guide is complete with historical background information and natural history for those who want to dig deeper and unlock the true spirit of Cayman.

Though travel has been part of her life since a family trip to France, aged 9, Tricia Hayne fell into travel writing by chance. A career in publishing, combined with a family, led her to look for work closer to home - and up came Bradt Travel Guides. As editorial director, she was in the enviable position of commissioning herself to write Bradt's guide to the Cayman Islands, her credentials as a diver being only marginally more important than those as an avid foodie.

Back on land, hiking equates to escapism, a chance to explore at snail's pace with few encumbrances - aside from an overstuffed rucksack. From trekking along Hadrian's Wall to circumnavigating the Isle of Wight, she and her husband, Bob, have explored much of the UK, and as far afield as Namibia's Fish River Canyon. With hiking as with more general travel, she considers that the greatest appeal of travel writing is the excuse to talk to people - fellow travellers and locals alike.

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