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A busy day in Hell a good sign for tourism

A cool and comfortable day in Hell, for busloads of cruise ship tourists.

Dozens of visitors enjoyed the morning at the west bay attraction Monday, queuing up just to enter the souvenir shops, and taking selfies at the world-famous Hell post office.

Bus drivers say the big crowds are encouraging. Bus driver Gerry Mae Gould told Cayman 27 it appears the high season is off to a good start.

“The week is coming up to thanksgiving, and the tourist industry is boosted up quite a bit. I’m seeing it through the cruise ship and through the airport, a great sign for the tourism industry. We need that,” said Ms. Gould.

She says her passengers today were thrilled to see Hell, and the rest of West Bay, for the first time.

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Joseph Avary

Joseph Avary

Joe Avary joined the Cayman 27 team in January 2014, bringing nearly two decades of experience in TV news to the islands. He spends his time away from the office scuba diving, practicing yoga, and trying to make his friends laugh at his comedic stylings. He proudly calls the district of West Bay home, and loves nothing more than relaxing visits to the Sister Islands.

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