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... waters had some stinging creatures. And although the water was warm, I was afraid I'd get cold on the boat ride back. So we didn't see as much as we thought. The captain did bring up a bucket for us to play with, and I sat in the ladder to swish my feet around. He also showed us the critters in a magnifyingpetri dish. So that was interesting. And then back to the harbor and home. We got back at 9:40 and went to ...
... and since then have seen humans, above and below the waterline, in a very positive light.
We also went critter hunting for the extraordinarily rare Blue Iguana. Found only on Grand Cayman and with only 12 of them left in the wild in 2003, this reptilian dude was dangerously close to extinction. Dedicated conservation efforts have helped the population bounce back to an estimated 700 in the wild, but their long term survival is by no means guaranteed. With ...
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... a car museum which oddly enough both Lucie and Geoff had never been to, so we had a wander over, I must admit I really wasn't expecting much I mean come on we are in the Caribbean on one of the smallest islands, how much of a car museum can there really be? Err amazing this place is home to the original bat mobile, countless Ferrari's, lots of old british sports cars and even a Renault 5 turbo, its basically a rich mans garage and I'm not jealous at all. LuGe decided to take us to ...
... the business center. The hotel has updated its computer system and the internet is down for tonight.
Well, after breakfast, we lazed in the room. I worked on uploading Kara's photos onto our last two days' blogs. Then we sent them out. By 11:30 am we had to start eating our lunch and getting ready for our boat trip to Stingray City. Our second. We went over to the other hotel's dive shop where we booked the trip, paid up, and I looked ...