Where We Stayed: Private Condo
Grand Cayman is a neat island – it’s very lovely (because whoa, there is a lot of money on that island for obvious reasons), the water is turquoise blue, and the restaurants are to-die-for good. Here are some photos from my trip.
Our first night there I had to take 2 million beach photos. Naturally.
We went for fish tacos at Sunshine’s – I loved these neon glasses! Everything was so colorful and delicious and the vibe was so chillllllll.
Relaxed and feeling all the tropical happiness.
BF wanted to go to Blue for his birthday dinner. Oh my god it was the best meal EVER (though I suppose if you dislike seafood it would be a nightmare).
We drank a liiiiittle too much rum while sitting in the sun. Did you know that Grand Cayman’s former name was Tortuga? Well, now you do.
Sunset. I could sit there for days watching the cruise ships come in and head out.
We had another great meal at Calypso Grill. I had crab cakes, cracked conch, mango shrimp, and some sort of wonderful chocolate/caramel/shortbread treat for dessert.
The next day we went for frozen yogurt at Peachwave. Trust me, if there is a self-serve frozen yogurt shop within a mile of me, I will find it.
Peace out, United States / I love doing jigsaw puzzles / rainbow springkles / Camana Bay!
Seven Mile Beach. Dreamy, right?
See what I mean about the turquoise water?
I read a lot of books. Furiously Happy was chosen because of its cover (and that’s a real taxidermied raccoon, btw). Drew Barrymore’s book was a quick and fun read. The Notorious RBG is my HERO – I mean, honestly, I occasionally disagree with her opinions but I am in awe of her. And hey, a little science.
I want to go back!
Heading home. That’s Rum Point. Bye, Cayman. ’til next time!