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Travel Blogs from Grand Cayman
... a cool site to pull into a port from sea. Coming in to grab our bag for our Port Adventure we stopped by to say hi to Goofy in the main lobby.
Our tour today was the Stingray City excursion. Once we met our tour group in the Buena Vista Theater we were escorted down to tender to shore which was a quick ride. We then transferred to an open air bus (meaning no air conditioning!) and then to another larger speed boat that took us to the sand barge. Once we ...
Today we went diving in Grand Cayman. There were 5 cruise ships here today and all of us had to go to and from the ship by tender.
We managed to fit in 3 dives. For the first we went to Chelonia. This is a relatively new dive site, as the government is working towards the goal of having 365 dive sites in Grand Cayman, Little Cayman, and Cayman Brac, making it possible to dive a different ...
... vacuum sucking at my hand. I felt like my skin was being pulled off! Luckily, when we left there were no signs of any injurys. I now love stingrays!
Capital: George Town
Major Languages: English 95%, Spanish 3.2%
Currency: Cayman Island Dollar
Life expectancy: 80.32
Literacy rate: 98%
Religions: Christian 85.2%
Everything is imported except ...
... machete and made short work of the problem.
Although we are so lucky to be carrying on our adventure, it is hard not to feel sad to be leaving. We have loved every minute of our time. It has been awesome hanging out with Ali, Des and the kids and our apartment and beach were just perfect. We could really live the island style – relaxed, laid back, no one rushes anywhere, great weather, awesome beaches and nothing is ever a problem. ...
We've had a lovely few days since the last post. Thanks for the messages, it's great to hear from you all!
We have explored West Bay and up that part of the island. We found a lovely wee cafe/retaurant called Timbuktuu with great food and the biggest dishes you can imagine.
The drives have been so interesting - we see HUGE iguanas on the sides of the road in the middle of the day sunning themselves. ...