Travel Blogs from Grand Cayman
... of the island. I suppose if I had stayed longer and explored with a car, I might have found something more non-Florida. The scuba diving here is supposedly world class so it's one reason to come (instead of Florida) . I did get a diving certification many years ago but I really didn't like it so I haven't been diving since. I did spend some time on the beach and walked down to the Westin for lunch for reminder of being here nine years ago.
... A big stingray came and ate the fish from my hand. It felt like a quick suction cup. I asked for another fish from Kevin. As I fed the rays, gone were the evil thoughts of sashimi style or barbecued rays served on banana leaves with chili.
"How come we cannot hold them?" I asked Kevin. "I need to have that picture!" I demanded from Kevin. So finally Chip held one up and Kevin took my pictures. This was it, finally, I held and kissed one of the older rays. ...
... which may have been the reason for the service and food being a bit ho-hum. I restrained any anger management issues I may had have for the ladies who drove me nuts prior to any meal. They attempted to spray everyone's hands with disinfectant followed by a stupid saying "washeee washeeee, happy happyyyyyeeeeeeee". What are we, 5?
This particular ship's demographic is middle class American. Sadly, a huge proportion of them are obese and the ship caters for them. ...
... br> We continued our Euchre game from yesterday in the Card Room. Dee and Ron beat Nancy and Ady five games to two.
We had dinner, then went to see a musical comedy show with John Bressler. He was an outstanding piano player who did an amazing rendition of MacArthur's Park. He had a raspy singing voice and did some Rod Stewart songs.
After the show, Nancy and Ron went back to the casino, Ady and Dee went back to their cabin.
... joined the exchange to say that the shutdown was a good thing because it was about time that we stopped sending all of our money overseas as foreign aid to people who are bloodsucking leeches.
What can I say?
At Grand Cayman, there are no piers to which we can make fast; instead we must "tender." That means we all get onto small boats and are, literally, ferried in to dry land. It takes a very long time. If the seas are rough, it is also—in my ...
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