Yeah, I mean I did see some land during my trip. I mean there is land under the iguanas, of course but it is true that I spent a lot of time in the water.
Now let’s have a short aside about the water in the Cayman Islands. Let me wax philosophical about it here for a second. It is the greatest thing on earth. It is Mad Men premiere day, perfect slope black diamond, chicken and waffles, empty green line levels of damn perfection. It is always warm and always clear. And full of views. Swimming is fun. Swimming with views is fun-ner. I wear my snorkeling mask and generally keep my head under the water forever. I’d prefer the water. The dry land is kind of scary these days.
Anyway, so the views I experienced included fish and plenty of them. The next door, the “enemy” resort to my beloved Reef Resort is the Morrits Resort. I mean it isn’t the enemy or anything but it is that feeling when you take another green line. It looks almost like what you know but just a tiny little bit different.
Morrits is consistently full of fish. The Reef always has some under their pier but the Morrits always full of fish. And there is some kind of weird fish hierarchy where the “bosses” stay below and the newbies stay near the top. And the bosses look like all bosses — unhappy.
I like to call this one “fish staff meeting.” An inspired title, I know: