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Tap Water #16585
05/09/2012 05:04 AM
05/09/2012 05:04 AM

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Is the tap water ok to drink?

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Re: Tap Water #16586
05/09/2012 11:43 AM
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All the tap water on Grand Cayman comes from one of two desalination plants on the island. Perfectly safe to drink. We prefer to filter ours to provide for a "cleaner" taste.


Snorkel air just tastes better than canned air...

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