GEORGE TOWN, Grand Cayman Islands — It’s the last day before I head home to the States and it’s been a great trip. Crystal’s finally on her way to starting her medical school studies and she’s definitely excited. Her dream is finally happening. We–Ate Julie and Kuya Arn, Crys and I–arrived on Grand Cayman last Thursday to beautiful Caribbean weather. We had some hiccups at customs, but only because we had three boxes of clothes and food in addition to four suitcase of odds and ends. That customs officer, man, I tell ya.
We’ve accomplished a lot: moved Crystal in, bought [junk] food and drinks, storage bins, and temporary drawers to store all of her clothes and stuff. Definitely a full day every day. We’ve met some great people from all over the States like Rishi and her awesome roommate, Jinny; both are from New York. Too bad Jinny’s been sick with the rhino virus since she arrived; she promises us that it’s not the Swine Flu (ehem). We did manage to steal her and drag her to Kirk Home [Centre] to buy a lamp and to the Cayman Carnival Batabano to see the locals wine-up!
Crystal and I spent today driving around and taking pictures of the architecture and locals. I met Lukie Hamilton who owns a mobile car wash business and Cushi, owner of the hottest Omnibus on Grand Cayman.