Has anyone else been to this beautiful island? If so, you can totally relate to me here.
Grand Cayman was
HEAVEN. ON. EARTH.
When Jon & I win the lottery (which by the way, the winner of that crazy powerball earlier this week...yeah, they lived about 45 minutes from us), we will be buying a house for us & a house for everyone we love to come visit. Keyword there, visit.
The whole vibe the island was just amazing. From the moment we got off the big boat & into the little one to take us ashore, you can just feel it.
Jon & I decided to horseback ride on the beach. Holy Fun-ness.
I had the biggest smile on my face the entire time.
Add that to the mammoth cheesedick plastic helmets we had to wear, and this is what we looked like.
Foxy, I know.
We rode this little bus across the entire island, clear to the opposite end. We loved it because we got to see a good portion of Grand Cayman on the trip. We pulled up to this tiny little stable, and when I say stable, I mean a bunch of horses tied to bamboo trees.
It was awesome.
We threw on those terrible helmets, got assigned horses and took off on our ride!
Isn't she a beauty?
After our ride we took a taxi to the famous Sevin Mile Beach where we enjoyed the local beer, Caybrew.
Caybrew with a view?
I'll take it.
After enjoying some of the local delicacies we strolled down the beach, took a dip to cool off & watched a guy roll around in a huge rubber ball.
If anyone knows where you can buy a huge rubber ball to play in, let us know.
We bid fairwell to the island we fell in love with, in the only appropriate way we knew how.
A couple last minute cold Caybrews in brown paper bags, while sitting on a park bench.
We could so be homeless people in Grand Cayman.
Homeless people with a lifetime supply of Caybrew that is.