Another beautiful day in paradise as our TV weatherman John likes to say. It has been very windy and the cruise ships went around to Spotts landing today. It didn't deter this group of nineteen from Pennsylvania, that I took down to Blue Water Beach for a family-style wedding.
I like to use this beach for groups because of the shade, the wash rooms, the fact that it is always clean, it's free, and my visitors can walk a few yards down the road to Alfresco's restaurant. I arranged transport for the group and went off to get their Special Marriage License. When I met them about an hour later they were enjoying themselves on the beach.
There were a lot of shouts of "At last!" and "It's about time" for the Bride and Groom from their traveling companions of family and friends. They asked me to give a shout-out to their friend Bret in Hamburg, PA.
The bride and groom surrounded by family and friends, including their respective children. I left them all set to enjoy their day in Grand Cayman, and particularly the West Bay end of Seven Mile Beach. swimming and walking the beach, eating and drinking before rejoining their ship, Carnival Valor, for the next stop on their western Caribbean itinerary.
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