Happily remembering a lovely trip to Grand Cayman to visit very special friends.
Colorful Cayman sights like this beg to be photographed and fill the soul with happy memories.
This elusive agouti appeared briefly at the Botanic Park in Grand Cayman. Though not truly a rabbit, they are sometimes called a ”Cayman rabbit.” Two were spotted at the park, and they quickly disappeared into the brush after being seen.
It was really buzzing at the Botanic Park yesterday. Many excellent scenes were photographed, but this was the best. I think I was as happy as this honey bee.
This cloud appeared to be wagging its tail over the sea as it hovered above the horizon.
Clouds cast shadows and showers between sunbeams across a sandy shore and a rippled sea during our first full day at Grand Cayman. However, even rain could not dampen our spirits, but merely added to a colorful collection of happy memories.
At long last Grand Cayman once again came into view yesterday. March 2020 was our last visit there and we left just a week before they closed the airport due to the ”plague.” Now we’re back; good times with good friends.
A few years ago, we were on the north side of Grand Cayman when we saw a group of crabs skittering sideways across the road. We stopped and I managed to corner this one and get its picture. His buddies had all made their escape, leaving him alone, and he was none too happy aboutContinue reading “Crabby in Grand Cayman”
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 toContinue reading “And Then There Were None”