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... as I flew to the south so probably just as well I got the more direct route.
Kingston has good VHF communications throughout this part of the Caribbean so the hand-off to Cayman was smooth. Even though the radar scan light on my transponder was blinking, the Cayman controller (also the tower guy) acted like they had no radar. Early on he was asking for position reports and even requested I speed up while still 50 miles out because he ...
From about a hundred yards, we could see several boats already anchored circling the sand bar. Hundreds of people were already there and from a distance, the heads of bobbing people made it looked like a giant cauldron with floating peppers and veggies.
Our guide carefully anchored our boat amongst the many others. Soon we finally disembarked from our boat. I was the second to disembark and enter the chest-high water, to interact with the stingrays. It ...
... the Jamaican vibe, Mexican food to the translucent waters of the Grand Cayman.
For us it's time to leave the excessive amounts of food, roll off this ship and start our drive north into the snow.
... 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 ...
... onlooking the Caribbean. One of the most beautiful beaches we had ever seen. As we walked up the sand we passed one high end hotel after the next until we reached the Grand Hyatt, a room over $1000 a night to which wealthy Americans lined the deck chairs sipping the most decadent cocktails and tanned up in the sun. It was clearly the life of the wealthy. Apparently tourism had just taken over as the main income for the island after the economic ...
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