Our next port of call was Grand Cayman, the largest island of the Cayman Islands. I actually didn't even realize that the Cayman Islands weren't just called Grand Cayman until I was looking through the brochures on the ship! But, it's a gorgeous, gorgeous island! Curtis and I had signed up to go see and swim with sea turtles, and boy, I was excited. You see, turtles are the only reptile I don't refuse to absolutely despise. Okay, maybe I've started to like iguanas.. only because they were EVERYWHERE, and they didn't look like they were going to eat me.. or kill me. Anyway, we made our way to the Cayman Turtle Farm once we got on the island, and learned all about the sea turtles that inhabit the waters of the Caribbean.
After swimming for quite some time, we grabbed some lunch at the little restaurant located in the turtle farm. We had traditional Cayman food, and it was quite scrumptious! Then we went off exploring the rest of the farm, and made our way back around everything to get a better look at it all. Oh, we went back to the little turtles so Curtis could hold one since he didn't get to before. I'm pretty proud to say I caught the turtle for him! Tehe.