After our wedding in late June, we spent a glorious six-day honeymoon on Grand Cayman. While Grand Cayman is the largest of the three Cayman Islands, it is only 76 square miles (196 square km), and much of the land is not built up. But for us, the size was perfect because when we left after six days, we felt like we had seen all the main attractions.The highlights of our trip were swimming with wild stingrays at Stingray City and holding baby turtles at the Cayman Turtle Farm. We rented a car because it was the cheapest way to travel around the island. It took Mr. Handsome less than fifteen minutes to master the art of driving on the left side of the road (or as North Americans call it, the “wrong” side of the road).
To save money, we rented a small condo with a kitchen, which ended up being cheaper than a hotel room and allowed us to cook some of our own food.