On our 5th day, we were tendered to Grand Cayman. I worried about this, thinking it would be like getting in a rowboat, gritting my teeth, and white-knuckling it until we reached land. Nah!!!!! You just walk onto this little boat, and go a very short distance to shore.
The drivers/pilots/boat-steerers (or whatever they're called) are so casual about the routine trip that this one even steered with his feet, most of the time:
Grand Cayman is populated by chickens. They tend to roam wherever they feel like. It kind of cracked me up!
A cruise tends to be a FOOD experience! Any time you want, you can order room service, already included in the cost. I'm really fond of the Mickey ice cream bars and cheese trays. The fruit trays go well with this. . .
. . . and tortilla soup with a chicken salad makes a great lunch. The Key West beer was carried on from our first port.
Tomorrow, a little about our excursion in Grand Cayman. . . (unless I do the Bonnie book review. . . . )