And Then There Were None

Grand Cayman, March 2020

March 2020, we spent a week in Grand Cayman overlooking the bay at Georgetown. For the first four days, as many as seven cruise ships were anchored offshore, shuttling tourists to and from the port. The final three days, not a ship could be seen, not even on the horizon, as the island tried to escape the inevitable. We left just days before the airport closed.

Our recent cruise was supposed to stop here, but we were a week too early. The port did finally open to cruise ships once again just a few days later, and we hope to soon be able to visit friends there. It’s been two years.

Published by eskildoodle1

Retired physician with interests in writing, photography, music, and astronomy. I have written multiple stories of life experiences, travel, and astronomy, and have been playing the ukulele for 10 years. My wife Fairy and I travel frequently to the Pacific Islands of Hawaii, and French Polynesia, and I have learned several of their native-language songs. This blog will be a forum to share experiences with family and friends.

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