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Friday, October 22, 2010

Grand Cayman- Georgetown

 This place was gorgeous! I would love to spend a few days here. It's so well kept and clean. We took a bus tour, but wished we'd gone to the beach. The water was a little rough because we had to ride tender boats to shore as they don't have a pier for the cruise ships.
 You will see the turtle farm where they breed massive sea turtles - 400-500 or more lbs.
  We went to Hell - yes, you read it right. That's the name of this place. It has a very unusual rock formation that no one knows how it happened. There is spider like cactus growing over it. There were also iguanas running around in various places - some really big! We sent our kids and grands a post card from Hell! LOL
  After we went to Hell, we stopped to eat at Margaritaville. I had never heard of this place. There was also one in Jamaica. This one had an indoor pool and waterslide. The food was wonderful! Look at the size of those onion rings. I ate the pasta, and it was delicious. This place was pretty wild even in the middle of the day. Let's just say I wouldn't want to be there on a Friday or Saturday night!
 The water was unbelievable! Just take a look. We could see our ship from the beach where we stopped to take pictures.

It was hard getting on this boat. The waves were pretty high.






Gingerbread House











Rock formation with cactus




Margaritaville



Carnival Conquest in the background


5 comments:

Teresa @ Grammy Girlfriend said...

Loved looking at your pictures.....

Christie Cottage said...

I love the picture of you too with the pirate! Fun picture!

The onion rings are gigantic!

The water is amazing!

I am enjoying the daily posts from your vacation!

Have a wonderful day!

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The Painted Garden said...

Hi Shirley,

Oh m goodness - what a beautiful place to visit. Thank you for sharing your fabulous pictures.

Sorry to hear about your Pom.
Blessings,
Erin

Rettabug said...

What a fabulous trip, Shirley! I'm SO glad you had a great time & nobody got sick or hurt or ruined the plans.

Going back to see the rest of the photos. Thanks for sharing them...we've never been there!

Simple Southern Happiness said...

Okay, I want to live in that Gingerbread house. Perfect place for me.

Your photos are awesome, what a HUGE ship! where will you be going next? I so what to do a cruise and just stay on the ship deck in a chair and never move.