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East End, Grand Cayman

East of George Town lies, predictably enough, the East End.

One main road circles the entire East End, running east from George Town, tracing the shoreline as it snakes through small communities such as Bodden Town and Spotts.

This road turns north at the end of the island and begins to trace the northern edge of the island, but you can take a shortcut halfway down the island on the Frank Sound Road, the route to the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Gardens.

When it comes out on the north side, the road travels west to Rum Point, a popular destination with vacationers who arrive by ferry from Seven Mile Beach and enjoy a day of fun in the sun.

South of Rum Point, Cayman Kai is a quiet residential area filled with beautiful, expensive homes. Rum Point and Cayman Kai look west across the vast, shallow North Sound.

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