|here you can see the water BEHIND the island!|
Tyler and I hung out in the waves with his step-family and I wandered back to the bar every so often to take advantage of my legal drinking age. I can vouch for the Cayman Lemonade, a second mojito, and a Cayman Crush that accompanied my lunch. I had sips of Tyler's Caybrew and White Tip beer, and immediately regretted them.
We ate lunch at a water-side cafecalled Paradise where Tyler and Hunter ordered turtle burgers and I chose....wait for it.....wait....for....it.....chicken fingers. Obviously. If you guessed that correctly, GOLD STAR! I did try a morsel of Hunter's turtle burger, but it didn't taste anything like a real burger so that experience was a letdown.
We shopped around for the last bit of our day in Georgetown where I picked up some gorgeous hand painted shotglasses to add to my collection before boarding the tender to go back to our ocean home for the week.
I took advantage of the time before dinner to take a nap and then branched out at dinner with an order of Caesar salad, short rib ragu pasta, and Jaffa Cake. Not really sure what Jaffa Cake was exactly, but I ate a few bites.
I hit up the casino after dinner and won $7.90 on my slot machine! But then I ended up spending a grand total of $8.75 so it turns out that I'm not quite as lucky as I thought (but I am just as clever as we all knew!).
Tyler and I spent some quality time on Deck 12 while I tried to simultaneously hold my twirly skirt and hair down as the wind ravaged the deck side strollers.
I wrote in my journal and unashamedly went to bed sometime around midnight and only woke up slightly when my roommate Hunter came in at 4:30 AM. She made me feel like such a grandma the entire cruise. A Very Lucky Girl would not have been able to function with a bedtime like that!