Thursday, July 17, 2008

On a grand scale

This is Grand Cayman, the largest of the Cayman Islands. It's sitting pretty at about 76 sq miles (55 sq miles larger than Bermuda). What you'll notice instantaneously, is how much more populated the West end of the island is, while the middle portion is inhabited, much of it is a combination of forest/swampland. The area that looks the most populated is Georgetown and that left stretch of land that curves out to the top is the world famous, Seven Mile Beach - a beautiful resort area with, of course, seven miles of gorgeous soft white sand and aqua blue waters. Except for the West end of the island, I haven't explored much, but that's about to change very soon.


Mighty Afroditee said...

LOL...just be careful exactly where you expore on the 'west end'.

bichonpawz said...

Very nice, but I still have a strong preference for Bermuda...maybe because it is a smaller island? Hope everybody made out ok after the Hurricane!!