The Grandview Condos Cayman Islands
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... a short boat ride to the second site, Flamingo Flamenco. After the surface interval, back in the water. The second dive is a shallower, longer dive. 15 minutes at 50 feet and then 45 minutes at around 30. Lots of floating around looking at fish. Saw another eagle ray.
That dive happened to be the owner's 10,000 logged ...
... cruise ship escapees), and although there weren't too many people there (which is apparently unusual), it was a bit ho-hum after our dive. While we stood in chest deep water, the Stingrays were swarming all around us to the point of crawling right up our chests. Apparently some years ago fisherman would gut their daily catch on their boats in the bay (because of overly ferocious mosquitoes on land), tossing the guts into the water- the Stingrays saw this as a fine ...
... hilarious' foot grab pretending to be one didnt go down well!
The guy that was running the turtle lagoon area came in with us the second time and snorkelled with us till we found some turtles. We saw around 3 which was really cool.
Another worker caught some wild iguanas (that are everywhere on island) for us to hold which was cool! I didnt realise until this day that iguanas can swim! They were launching themselves in the water and swimming off!
... and it was important as it gave Anna and Lucie some time to catch up, we however just chatted **** for hours, it was fantastic. We ate at the beach then drank some more, had a nap, then drank some more etc etc, after one of my power naps I woke to see a man hovering around in front of me, he was wearing a kind of jet pack, but a water one, it looks really good fun will have to try it someday. Unfortunately as is nature the sun has to set so we headed back to LuGe towers, where ...
... tickets at $10 apiece. A man had been wandering around the lobby getting his tour together and we said we weren't on it. Then we conferred and Kara wanted to take the tour, so we paid an additional $20 apiece and rushed to the door to join the 11 am tour. Our tour guide was Alberto, a man from Costa Rica, who now was into wildlife, but had spent a wild life traveling. He started as an 18-yr-old hippie by gong to LA, then he moved to Germany where he worked ...