It’s grand and beautiful in the Cayman Islands, located in the western Caribbean Sea. The population is estimated to be slightly over 56,000. One of its main attractions is Seven Mile Beach with a number of island hotels and resorts. There are also several snorkelling locations where tourists can swim with stingrays. The stingrays started to associate the sound of boat motors with food and therefore began to visit the area year round. Definitely suggest a visit.
Had a great time visiting the Cayman Turtle Farm in the Grand Cayman Islands. One of the “stars” included the loggerhead turtle that is typically 2.5 to 3.5 feet in shell length. An adult loggerhead weighs between 155 and 375 lbs.
Stay tuned for fun facts about my recent cruise on Carnival Paradise to the Grand Cayman Islands and Cozumel, Mexico. It was fun, breathtaking, and definitely happy land. Our cruise was truly paradise at sea.
Spending time in Tampa prior to boarding a cruise ship bound for the Cayman Islands and Cozumel, Mexico. Enjoyed a leisurely day shopping and dining. Found the city to be attractive and the residents to be friendly and engaging. Had a delicious meal at Carmines Restaurant, located in the heart of Ybor City – Tampa’s Latin Quarter. The restaurant specializes in dishes from Spain, Cuba and Italy. We had a front row, window view of 7th Avenue, recognized as one of the ’10 Great Streets in America’ by the American Planning Association. Ybor City today is one of only two national historic landmark districts in Florida. The shopping and dining in Ybor City are quite enjoyable. There is also a movie theatre on the property. This multi-purpose complex is located just northeast of downtown Tampa. Ybor City, founded in the 1880s by cigar manufacturers and populated by thousands of immigrants, grew to be a popular spot for visitors and citizens alike – especially the night club and entertainment areas. Definitely suggest a visit.