rock climbing on the "brac" which translates to the "bluff" - where Cayman
Brac gets its name.
The brac rises
to 140 feet at the eastern tip of the island which is perched precipitously
over the beautiful blue waters of the Caribbean Sea.
Rent a moped
or a car and explore the far reaches of the island.
But, there are
some rules to driving on the Brac...
Make sure you
keep one hand on the wheel and the other free so you can wave at everyone
waving at you when they are driving towards you!
Be careful of
the islander that has decided to stop right in the road, get out of the
car, and maybe go visiting. Just drive around them carefully - don't worry,
maximum speed is about 30 mph, elective.
STAY LEFT AND
LIVE! The rental agencies will tell you this. Don't worry too
much, the traffic gets up to about 30, maybe 40, miles per hour so there
is plenty of time to get out of the way of those tourists who haven't heeded
the four important words. But remember, driving is on the left side
of the road!
Relax at the
Cottage and experience the ocean breezes gently blowing and the sounds
of the breakers on the beach while you watch the sunset. Watch out!
You get lulled to sleep VERY easily!!
BBQ outside on
the veranda while viewing the sun setting over Little Cayman, one of the
three Cayman Islands.
Sit under the
stars and identify some of the constellations in the Northern Hemisphere,
such as the Cassiopeia, Orion, the Northern Star, and look behind you to
see some in the Southern Hemisphere, including the beautiful Southern Cross...
Burn a driftwood
fire in the fire pit down on the sandy beach with the waves lapping a rhythmic
tune and the cool evening breezes blowing gently.
Sleep with the
doors wide open that connect to the large screened veranda and listen to
the surf breaking on the beach - aaahhh, so relaxing...