Coral Stone Club
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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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 ...
... James was deep under cover as a local interests reporter for the island newspaper- I suspect that, in between dives, he was digging up dirt on the off-shore banking industry that the Caymans is so famous for. Their hospitality was wonderful.
The Cayman Islands are the fifth-largest banking centre in the world, with $1.5 trillion in banking liabilities. The Cayman Islands were ranked as the world's second most significant tax haven in 2011 falling behind ...
... In the evening we went to pub quiz with Jacks work colleagues and their friends. Turns out I know very little and theres very little that Jack DOESNT know.
Wednesday, 6th December
This was Soraya's last day off before she finished work. We spent it snorkelling in the Caribbean Sea which was really cool. The water is a really nice temperature and is clear. I was a bit scared even though numerous people had told me there are no sharks around here! still, ...
... washing it down with endless Champagne, the trouble is I may have slightly overcooked it a bit last night, my eyes have lost the ability to focus, so much so that I thought the toothpaste was my hair gel so my head now has a minty fresh feel. We are having brunch on the other side of the Island and are being joined by another couple Tracey & Ross who we met here a few years back. Brunch begins very civilised, lots of chat, great food and tonnes of champers, in the space of 3 hours ...
... 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 ...