Saturday, April 13, 2013

Las Vegas, Cayman Blow Holes and Painted Iguanas

In the US you may have seen painted cows....on Grand Cayman it's iguanas, of course!

Some of the shoreline is jagged volcanic rock and blow holes, where the surf forces water up through a hole in the lava rock, can often be found in these areas.  

One of the many wrecks around the island and the only one we could see anything of from shore.

kite surfing

North Point, a busy touristy area.....looks hectic doesn't it?

Another one!

Enjoying a local brew, Ironstone.  We both liked it....unusual!

this young man very nicely picked up the starfish so I could get a pic

recent hurricane history;)

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