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... chicken (and penne) was also very good. For dessert, Alex got the chocolate layer cake and Brian got a cheesecake. I told them it was Alex's birthday, so they brought it out with a candle and sang 2 songs. I normally don't eat cheesecake, but since I actually liked the one that I had made for Dan's birthday, I tried Brian's. And it was really good, too. All in all, our best meal all week.
... found the place and David got signed up. The grandmother and grandson hit the beach there and were quite happy. David enjoyed his tour except that it wasn't long enough. I took pictures of him going out to the dive sites. Then I went to the beach next door and enjoyed walking in the water. Suddenly, I had lots of long skinny, irridescent fish around me! I hurriedly got the camera and took pictures of them, but they blended into ...
... show for the imminent Pirates landing which was good fun. We dressed as pirates, as everyone does and watched the fireworks over the Caribbean Sea.
Saturday 9th November
Had such a cracking day! Soraya knew someone who was having a hen do/ 30th birthday party on a boat... so she put our names down. I only knew Soraya, she only knew the hen (good person to know seen as it was her day) so obviously was a good idea to ...
... grill just down the road, Lucie is the first recognisable person we have seen for nearly 3 months so we basically chew her ear off. We continue chatting all afternoon lounging around until Geoff returns from work / golf when we head out for dinner at a great restaurant called Guy Harvey's in town, after we grab a couple of drinks at a bar then head back, quite a sensible and well behaved night. Saturday morning I believe for me started with a lay in, across the road from LuGe ...
... 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 ...