No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Villas Pappagallo Grand Cayman
Travel Blogs from Grand Cayman
... is, which is pretty much a Florida annex. The roads, buildings, hotels, everything looked like south Florida, there was really very little sense at all that I was actually in a different country with local cultural traditions. There is a local currency but I didn't see anybody using it. Last time I was here the place was still recovering from a recent hurricane. I rented a car then and found some interesting small towns and beaches in the ...
... on how to feed the rays.
"When holding the bait fish remember, to make a fist, and don't show your thumb," he clarified.
I held the small fish in my right hand and lowered it a few inches below the water. Soon two stingrays peeled off to either side of me; ahead several stingrays as wide as big basins swirled towards us. Our guide pointed towards more stingrays. None of these creatures seemed very shy, perhaps they have gotten so used to tourists ...
... break his other arm on this cruise, it would have been sliding down the banisters on his tummy. The little roll onto the floor was hilarious though.
In a presentation, we learnt how to fold towel animals: rabbits, snakes, elephants, penguins, monkeys, dogs and swans, as seen at the end of our beds. Not our bed though. Our housekeeper wasn't fond of giving us any towels at all. 99% of all staff on this ship are Philippine who work every day, the same sea route, for 8 ...
... boasts a fire-engine red, hell-themed post office from which you can send "postcards from Hell" and black rock formations rising out of the ground.
The next stop was the Tortuga Rum Cake Center for a treat of freshly baked rum cake. We sampled the vanilla and chocolate cake. It was pretty tasty.
We did a brief stop at the Dolphin Discovery. We saw several dolphin, and they performed a few back flips while they were being ...
... The Star makes it possible to download the front page only or the entire paper. That’s too bad because it took over ten minutes to get the paper, most of which I didn’t really want: ads.
As I read the front page, a woman from Tennessee sitting over my shoulder asked if the government shutdown would put her next door neighbor, a school teacher, out of work. I reassured her that her schools weren’t federal so, no, that wouldn’t happen. Then, ...