"I arrived here in April 1982 not knowing much about the Cayman Islands but expecting it to be very Third World.I fell in love with the place, which then was very laid back.The pace was slow and soon you got to know everybody as the expat community was fairly small and tended to meet at just a few bars," he explained."I enjoyed very much the quiet pace, the comradeship, the social life and the many parties.
The Caymanians were friendly and seemed to like the English." However, as time progressed, the island's expat population began to swell.
This caused tension between the domestic population and foreign expat workers at a time when a growing number of native Caymanians were jobless.
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