While in Grand Cayman last week with my husband we did a tour called Cayman Safari which took place in a real jeep. The other people cancelled so it was just my husband and I.
Michael Powell, the tour guide took us to the West Bay area of Grand Cayman. He was able to point out many of the native trees and the fruit growing on them. We couldn't believe it but there were jelly fish in just a few inches of water in the mangroves. We then went to the Turtle Farm which was interesting especially because I got to hold a medium sized turtle in the wading pool. we also got to see them feed a crocodile which was a really wild experience. After the Turtle Farm we had lunch at a local place call Timbuktu (went there especially because of the air conditioning), but the food turned out to be good. I wanted to have a beer but they don't have a liquor license.The tour was supposed to last 3 hrs but we were having such a nice time and Michael knew about so many different things and places we could have spent the whole day with him. Since my husband is into underwater photography Michael took him to Cathy Church's place. She is world renowned for her underwater picture and has even had them published in National Geographic. Ms. Church also gives photography classes to anyone who is interested.
All in all this safari trip was the highlight of my visit and I have to say that Michael Powell had a lot to do with our enjoyment.
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