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... t want to pose with one, so after I did, we got out and missed the feeding.
After that we went to Starfish Point. We wandered around a little before we found any, but we finally found several. When held, they grasp your skin with tiny suckers. Strange feeling. At the end, Capt Mario let people jump off the top of the boat, which Alex did.
Then we dropped off ...
Leisure breakfast at the Windjammer this morning before leaving the ship. We tendered in Grand Cayman so we had to get in line for a tender boat to take us ashore. And was the line backed up - from Deck 1 to Deck 3. But once it moved it moved quickly. Each tender boat holds 300 passengers. It took about 10 minutes to get to the pier. Once on shore we met with our tour guide and tour group for Atlantis Submarine ...
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Ruffino Chianti GOLD $30.68 $25.16
WolfBlass Yellow Label Cabernet Sauvignon $19.48 $15.98
Jacob's Creek Shiraz $16.74 $13.73
Jacob's Creek Merlot $16.74 $13.73
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Woodbridge Merlot $15.31 $12.56
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... 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 ...
... and thought about going back there for our big, expensive dinner.
After walking a bit farther, we found a path to the beach and walked out onto a pier surrounded by limestone rocks or coral, not sure which. Kara noticed some blue fish swimming nearby and some sea urchins. We walked out to the end, sat, looked at the map and did some planning. On the way back, I saw a large fish swimming next to the ...