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... all for a fee of about US$400 as I recall. I think the Cayman Caravan lasted one more year but I guess interest declined so it wasn't worth doing anymore. Still, at the time it was a big time flying adventure for me. I remember going with another pilot in N3048T on a day trip to Cayman Brac and Little Cayman. Overall it was a fun 5 days in the Cayman Islands.
Leaving Cartagena I filed for:
SKCG CTG G430 SIA G633 GCM MWCR at ...
... Sound from Morgan Harbor to Rum Point. It is home to a whole pod of Southern Stingrays, who congregate near the shore. Here, they are found in abundance and visitors can pet and interact with them.
It is said that it may be that stingrays began gathering in the area decades ago when fishermen returning with their catch, navigated behind a reef into the sound, and cleaned their fish in the calm water of the shallows and sandbar area. The fish entrails and ...
Ola Amigos, we're in Mexico! The ship docked in Cozumel, an island off mainland Mexico. This island has the world's second biggest reef so it's a snorkelling haven. We'll be returning here with friends in February to explore the under water world and immaculate beaches. Although a touristy island, it has a great island feel to it. To avoid a double up in experiences, we opted for taking a ferry to mainland Mexico for the day. One of the things we love ...
... lol. The gift shop was great. The store employees welcomed you by saying "How the hell are you?" And yes, I mailed postcards from hell back home to family and friends. On to the Tortuga rum cake factory for free samples of different types of rum and cakes. Oh they were all so good but cinnamon rum raisin was my favorite and I purchased one to take home with me.
On to the highlight of the tour, ...
... the island was. We could pay in US dollars rather then the Cayman Dollar which was 20% stronger, Caymanians spoke in an Americanised Caribbean accent, the main highway that cut through the island was cluttered by shiny black SUVs and KFC, Pizza Hut and Wendy’s lined the street. The only reminder of British ownership was the occasional portrait of the Queen or a fluttering Union Jack. The other notable feature of the island was the number of ...