Grand Cayman is only 45 km long and is the largest of the Cayman Islands. Because of it's warm climate and beautiful beaches, it is an ideal destination for sun-seekers and divers.
Like all the ports we docked in (and those we were tendered into) there was shopping nearby.
And beautiful beaches in walking distance. We walked in search of 7 Mile Beach.
We walked the shoreline until we arrived at this beautiful beach.
Here we swam in the surf and enjoyed the sunshine, then carried on until we reached the white sand public beach. The water was wonderful, warm and clear and clean! Had some beers on the beach, then caught a taxi back to the pier.
This is a picture of one of the tender-boats used to get us from our ship to the shore and back again.
Let's Get Together!
Later, back on the ship , there was a get together for the English speaking passengers. They served us snacks and the beer and wine was two for the price of one!!
As you can see, there were not very many in attendance. In reality, there were only about 120-130 English speaking passengers on board.
There was entertainment for us as well. This gentleman (Ron) sang for us, and we convinced Doreen to sing with him. She did a beautiful job of "Don't It Make Your Brown Eyes Blue", a favorite Crystal Gale song. Steve sang and played guitar for us alongside Ron, but the picture I took didn't turn out. We all had a good time - one of many!!!
Tried to convince the both of them to enter the 'talent' show onboard, but neither would do it -