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They got down to about 100 feet and saw lots of. .. fish.
That afternoon, after resting a little while, we took a short drive to Cemetery Beach for some more snorkeling. Again a fairly long swim out to the reef, but we saw lots of fish. But apparently I forgot the camera as I don't seem to have any ...
... 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 ...
... In the evening we went to pub quiz with Jacks work colleagues and their friends. Turns out I know very little and theres very little that Jack DOESNT know.
Wednesday, 6th December
This was Soraya's last day off before she finished work. We spent it snorkelling in the Caribbean Sea which was really cool. The water is a really nice temperature and is clear. I was a bit scared even though numerous people had told me there are no sharks around here! still, ...
... Geoff said he would check on the stock levels and they agreed to come back later once their teachers were asleep. The thing with drinking at that age is we have all been there and it was fun, everyone always remembered where they got served or who got them the alcohol and everyone remembers those people as legends, so this was our chance to shine we were to become legends, the folk law of the Cayman Islands trip, class of 2013. We carried on drinking, ordered the most amazing take ...
... that the tour was of the blue iguana recovery program that he has been involved with for the last few years.
We got to see a number of blue iguanas. They are indigenous to the Grand Cayman Island and are 2 million years old as a species. They are separate from the green iguanas. Alberto also told us about different subspecies of green iguanas that are very different, e.g. a Honduran variety that dives to catch its food and I have forgotten the others. ...