S: Cayman Brac, Cayman Islands 2012 Renshaw/Walters Volume 3
BC: Tina and Wade, Here's to another awesome adventure with you! We couldn't travel with better friends! Thanks for all the wonderful memories and cheers to more...
3: Grand Cayman Island Airport
5: "Paradise found" - Bamboo Bay, Cayman Brac
8: Morning routines around the house!
13: Cayman Brac's only Public Beach!
14: "Brac Reef Resort"-our hangout!
17: Driving was a challenge, as steering wheel was on right hand side and driving was on opposite sides of road! It made for interesting tours around the island! Good Job Bob!
18: Wade's first night "The Walkabout"! Lucky, he brought a refreshment for his journey!
20: Our house pets...
24: Native plants of Cayman Brac
34: Eastern Bluff, across from the Great Cave. Waves, Blow holes and a coast line of Iron Shore, all challenging to navigate on!
37: Bob and Wade at the Blow Hole-finally something with more air than them!!!
39: The Great Cave is situated on South Coast, at end of road. It will test your agility, as you climb a few steep ladders and rock to enter. Once inside, you will see an amazing formation of Stalagmites and Stalactites. Locals used these caves, as shelter from hurricanes.
42: Our usual shopping sites!
44: Wow, where to begin! Nim's things was a humorous highlight to our trip! Tenson Scott, owner, was interesting. He made jewellery out of Chitons-see left! He was quite a business man! He said if you carried his business card at customs, you could take anything out of the country!
48: The Lighthouse Path
49: Brown Boobies can be seen on the 140 foot bluff face. Seeing them feed off of scales of live fish, at the surface, is an amazing site!
53: Even a model needs a day off!!
55: We've got a luverly bunch of coconuts! Orange juice never tasted so good!
56: Shelling was one of our favorite pastimes, but also very exhausting!!
60: Parrot Reserve - 180 acres reserve that's home to the endangered Brac Parrot! Only 400
61: approximately, on island. Best time to see is July-Sept.
71: After a busy day of parrot watching, we found ourselves at the Sand Bar...
77: Dinner Time with the Chefs!
81: We frequented the "Tipsy Turtle Pub", located at "Brac Reef Resort". Every Friday night, we would go to the BBQ and experience the local life! One night, we met Mr. Clark and his wife. Other pictures are taken at the "Captain's Table", where we also dined!
84: A day at the Pool!
92: The Museum is located in Stake Bay, and was constructed in 1933. It has served many purposes-a Customs office, Treasury and finally a Post Office. You will see shipbuilding tools, photos and a replica of a turtle schooner.
94: Lasting Memories....
98: Grand Cayman Island! Last day of trip and finally a Parrot...
100: The Elusive Blue Iguana!!! Is there really such a thing?!
102: 7 Mile Beach, Grand Cayman Islands, Home of the 4 drinks for $50!
106: Anju Priest - recording star!