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... contest. We partnered up with one of our previous couples. We thought we had it in the bag, but we didn’t. We got 16 out of 20...but now we know some new facts!
Then, just for a change of pace, we went to a champaign ring toss. After 4 attempts to get a 6” ring over a bottle...tossing & returning to the end of the line...I got the very last bottle with my last ring! ...
... of the water.
Back to the bus and to more of the island. Flowers are really pretty. The bus dropped us back in the center of town, meaning shops that are mostly diamond and gold shops. David and I took off to find the place where he wanted a snuba tour. (Somewhere along the road, we picked up a grandmother and her 7 year old grandson from the ship who asked if they could just follow us because we seemed to know what to ...
... the partition that separates the rooms had become unlatched. I called to the front desk and they came here so fast that Rich did not have his bathrobe on quick enough! Within minutes they had fixed the latch.
By the time I fell back to sleep, it was time to get up to exercise. I really do not like it. It is a very nice view, the air temp is warm, but that is it.
We had breakfast again up in the Lido ...
... the people more so.
GRAND CAYMAN - Wow. In our opinion, the centrepiece of the Caribbean. This British colony has only 50,000 locals. It is really well organised for a tiny island. You begin to appreciate this when only on an island for the day. It felt like only 100 tourists were in the capital, George Town, yet there were 6 cruise liners in, with well over 20,000. More importantly, if I ever utter the words "best snorkelling", remind me of the Grand Cayman ...
... island style, under the stars overlooking the Caribbean Sea.
Sunday 10th November
So everywhere and everything is shut on a Sunday- APART FROM BRUNCH. So of course we went to brunch. We went to a really nice place that was unlimited Laurent Perrier Champagne and unlimited food. all types of food- sushi, fish, meats, soups, curries, cakes, sweets and fruits. It was so tasty. Im not a huge champagne fan but had a few mimosas.
Other places to stay in Grand Cayman
West Bay Rd, Seven Mile Beach | Villafrom $283
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- Bit far out of city.
553 Old Robin Road Queens Hwy, Grand Cayman | 3 star villafrom $328