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... Alex wanted to head back, which we did. Then we got out our floats. After 5 minutes, he got bored, and went back to the room. I floated for another 1.25 hours.
For lunch, we grilled hot dogs on our deck. Nice. After lunch, we decided to take a drive. Took about a 1.5 hr dive to Bodden Town and back. That was a nice drive, but we were getting tired, thus ...
... to-tail length of 5ft, it's the largest critter on the island and seems to be something of a showman- we were worried that we might not even catch a glimpse but a number of them simply wandered in front of us and posed for photos.
Using Kirsty's car we explored most of the island including a stop at Rum Point and we made a quick visit to Hell which was a cheesy neighbourhood north of Georgetown that surrounded a small outcropping of volcanic rocks that ...
Tonight I went to rooftop yoga for the first time! It was incredible. Doing yoga on a hotel rooftop lit up by fairy lights overlooking the Caribbean Sea, underneath the stars and even Venus shining very bright. What a great experience that was. However, I did find out im not very flexible and my core strength is terrible!
In the evening we went to an incredible steakhouse called Copper Falls. WOW. Had some great food and left feeling ...
... 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 ...
... to go instead for mud slides - a drink originating here on Grand Cayman - as dessert at the Marriott so we could sit by the beach.
When we got to the Marriott, we were impressed by the poshness. There was music and candles and there was the ocean. We got our beachside table and ordered our mudslides - we didn't find out the price until we went to pay: $11 in Cayman money so it is 25% higher in US. The rub was that they were served ...