"At the beach, life is different. Time doesn't move hour to hour but mood to moment. We live by the currents, plan by the tides and follow the sun." SANDY GRINGAS
This post shares more photos from Grand Cayman. They are not all from the same day, but they share a common theme: days we whiled away the hours on the beach!
Walks on the beach are soothing and refreshing, especially when that unexpected wave rushes up to nibble your toes.
Perhaps I have become more attuned to flowers, in my retirement, than I was on previous visits. I certainly don't recall these delicate flowers in bloom on this plant.
This hammock has seen better days!
Seven Mile Beach has several public beaches; Cemetery Beach was less than 10 minutes' walk from our condo. I love how the white picket fence denotes the boundaries of the public Beach. Directly off this beach, the natural reef is 165 feet from shore. With large underwater pinnacles, you will see a wide variety of fish. On one day of snorkeling, we saw two large loggerhead turtles within 5 minutes.
This sign made me wonder about "Jan's" story ....
One day, we rented a paddleboard. I spent more time in the water than on the board! #1 Daughter was pretty adept!
We experimented with several new restaurants during our visit, and Bayside was the standout. Unique and delicious cocktails. Staff that were welcoming and gracious. Great food. We will be back!