Hurricane Ivan

You can try to describe Kaieteur Falls to someone who hasn’t seen it; you can try, but you will fail. You have to experience Kaieteur personally to understand the impact. That premise is also true of major hurricanes; you understand it only from living through one. Twice, when I was living in the Cayman Islands, we were hit by hurricanes. Gilbert in 1988 was a Category 3 storm that decimated Jamaica with a direct hit but only skirted Cayman causing minor damage and no serious disruption. I lived in the central part of Grand Cayman, and I actually slept  …To continue reading, login with an active account or subscribe now.

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