Keep in mind this is a very small island with a population somewhere around 54,000 people. The sandy shore of 7MI beach is where all the hotels and resorts are. Most of the rest of the shoreline is not sandy *and* is private property. There are a few exceptions. So it is a very insular environment. You'll probably want to take vacations OFF the island fairly frequently.
The other two islands, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman are even smaller with a total population of about 2,000 between them. People joke that the entire population of the Caymans are in-bred--but it isn't much of a joke, LOL. Consider they had been a small population for a very long time, especially in the beginning. They didn't get settled until the 1600s There was this new British school teacher on Cayman Berac who once asked the children in her class to outline their family trees… Bad idea LOL… as they were all related one way and another.
One thing I loved was the accent… a very melodic English with Dutch and Jamaican mixed in. The weather was delightful, of course. Excellent diving, too, if you'r into that.