Last Days in the Cayman Islands

Happy Friday yall!!! We are doing the Friday dance over here!!  My best friend is in town visiting and we have lots of fun things on the agenda this weekend starting with brunch with my sister today let’s get right to it!

So on the last full day in the Caymans, I looked out the window to see this… It’s all about the teamwork. 🙂

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The boys resorted to climbing the coconut trees when they could no longer get anymore coconuts down.

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Boys boys boys!

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A lot of our meals were made up of salad, lots of grilled veggies, grilled fish and meat.  And roasted potatoes.  Lots of potatoes.

On the last night (only 4 of the 7 of us were left) we decided to bike to a nearby restaurant and have drinks and appetizers on the beach.

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Kaibo is a restaurant with some outdoor seating on the beach and lots of tasty options.

We all split some fresh ceviche and some other dip I can’t remember and both were amazing.  I had a cocktail with champagne and the boys had beergaritas!

So much fun!

Our attempt at a group picture.

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I made them do this…so cute!

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And then our trip finally came to an end. 😦    My husband, my sister’s boyfriend, and I had a 6 hour layover  in Miami on our way home (I did not book the flights…) and we decided to get out of the airport and head to South Beach for lunch.  We decided on News Cafe and I had to have one last glass of champs with my salad.  I got the spinach salad with smoked salmon.  yum!

We wandered around for a bit before heading back to the airport.

It was so nice to be home (I missed my bed!), but we were all sad to leave.  We had such an amazing time in the Cayman Islands and are really hoping to make it an annual friends trip!  I hope you all enjoyed my vacation recaps as much as I enjoyed writing them and looking back on our relaxing trip! Have a great weekend everyone!

Questions:

  1. Have you ever been to Miami?
  2. Do you have any upcoming vacations planned?
  3. What are you up to this weekend?

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