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... when asked to recommend a good beach, suggested that one without me having said anything. So that morning, we packed up our cooler with some lunch, slathered on the sunscreen, got our snorkel gear, and drove to the beach. It is south of George Town, but it only took about 15 minutes (at most) to get there. When we got to the beach, there ...
... Very tasty. We messed around awhile and I ended up buying a new gold chain from the inch of gold sale.
From there we went to the evening entertainment. The cruise dancers had a problem with the lead dancer being injured. So we had a substitute who was a comedic magician. He was great and we laughed so hard, David and I were both crying! He was introduced as being from Katy, Texas!
Back to the room after a very long ...
... creatures at all. You can usually feed them but we didnt have any squid so didnt get to do this!
Next stop was to Star fish point and we did actually get to see a couple. In each of the places the boat pulls up and stays for an hour or so whilst we were in the water and chatting. After here we went to a bar and had a few mudslides. we got chatting to a lot of the other boaties here which was cool as there were a nice group of people. ...
... hall of fame. By the time of my first visit to Cayman Lucie & Geoff were in a full on relationship and living together, we spent a week with them basically sunbathing, eating and drinking in one of the most beautiful places on earth, the whole holiday is still regarded as one of my best. Moving forward to last year and Lucie & Geoff decided to get married, Anna was a bridesmaid and I had to come to test out the food and drink, as weddings go it was epic I could ...
... one, and our guide, Shane, fed the fish over our heads as we got into the water at the other! The fish were right in our faces as soon as our masks hit the water! Very exciting! Lots of Sargeant Majors and other similarly sized fish. Then to stingray city. It was all that it had promised to be. we held, kissed (for good luck, of course), fed, and got massaged by the stingray! (yes, the barb is cut for our protection.) On ...