Wandering around the warren of tight streets, walkways and canal bridges in BONACCA makes for an interesting half-hour or so – though government plans to eliminate the town’s tiny waterways for new roads means the town may not be the Honduran Venice for much longer. Virtually all the houses in town are built on stilts – vestiges of early settlement by Cayman Islanders – with the main causeway running for about 500m east–west along the caye.

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