The day after our fantastic time in the Bahamas, our captain took us to the Grand Cayman Islands. Georgetown, specifically.
I loved Georgetown. It was so clean and beautiful. The waters in the lagoons were turquoise in color and crystal clear. The people there were hospitable and friendly. And the weather was absolutely beautiful. If I had a choice of living anywhere else in the world this moment, I would pick the Grand Caymans, for certain. My wife and I had a great time there.
Instead of embarking on any excursions, my wife and I took it easy. We drank some strong tasty drinks at the Hard Rock Cafe, had some fun shopping at the Bayshore Mall and Jimmy Buffet's Margaritaville before venturing to a few lagoons to check out the various, exotic tropical fish swimming in the waters.
Check these out these photos of The Grand Caymans
Various memorabilia donated by rock artists to the Hard Rock Cafe and the main bar with all the drum cymbals
Other scenes of Georgetown, including Jimmy Buffet's Margaritaville
We found this sign, detailing a bit of history of a pirate, sitting just outside Margaritaville. Had to take a picture of this. Heh heh.
Before going back to our ship, we stopped off at the Green Parrot for a couple of stiff drinks. We had to drown the sorrow of leaving the Caymans somehow. Heh heh. We really had such a great time time in Georgetown, we didn't want to leave. We found out that despite the lack of any excursions planned for this island, our casual exploration of it made for a relaxing, enjoyable day.