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February 21, 2011
A few video clips and photographs from our visit to Grand Cayman. They are not in any order. The island has stunning beaches and beautiful clear waters. It is well worth buying snorkelling gear, the fish are amazing. We visited the Turtle farm which also houses other fish and birds. We relaxed under the shady trees at Rum Point. Also went to visit Hell. Just to impress your friends, you can send a post card from there. An evening on the Red Sail Catamaran watching the sunset was something not to be missed. The Botanical Gardens are the place to see the critically endangered Blue Iguana. A captive breeding program has been set up to protect them. As few as 15 animals remained in the wild in 2,003. The Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust and other partnerships are attempting to save the species. We hope they succeed.