Going down to Grand Cayman for the second time, any suggestions of things that are not a main tourist attraction?
It might be a main attraction but it didn't feel like one. I went on the horse back ride from Coral Stone in Bodden Town. I'm a big fan of BT anyway, so it seemed like a good ride to take. When I went, there was one other visitor, my friend and I with the guide. Along with a beautiful ride along the beach, we had a wonderful morning of great conversation with the guide.
I love Coral Stone. Had an absolutely wonderful ride with them. We did the swim after untacking the horses which was truly an incredible experience. We have horses and my daughter has been riding for years . . . it truly was an exceptional experience. Thank you for reminding me, sadly I tend to focus on the in the water stuff (although the horses were). You also reminded me of another great experience. We did the helicopter trip with Island Helicopters. I have done trips on other islands, but I thought this one was really special . . . our pilot was incredibly knowledgeable and had a great sense of humor!
Sunnysouth: I am envious of your experience with Coral Stone. We went with Spirit of the West and the guide's interaction with us was minimal.
As far as off the beaten path goes, since years of my work was with those incarcerated or in re-entry, we drove to see the prison in Northward. Hopefully, not many tourists are there. : )
I love the blowholes. I have some great photos of the water riding up past my head. It's never been busy when I've been there. I wonder if the roadside juice stand is still there?
I drove by the blow holes today, and the juice stand was not open. Of course, the wind directions was/is not good for a "blow hole" experience today either.
I really love the Car Museum for something different to do in Cayman. Especially if you are needing a bit of a break from the sun or you are looking at a rainy day ahead of you. Then nice to catch lunch across the street at Macabuca afterward. Easy to get to on the bus as well.
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