Photo of the Week – Hell, Cayman Islands

Telling someone to go to hell takes on a whole new meaning in the Caribbean. There is a place called Hell in Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands – a popular tourist attraction for the thousands of cruise-ship passengers that descend there. It consists of a a group of short, black, limestone formations, which look like the charred remains of a hell fire, in an area roughly the size of a soccer field. There is a small post office and a gift shop where you can get cards and letters postmarked from Hell. One thing is certain, the place sure is as hot as hell.

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