This was my 20th visit to the Cayman Islands, and the first time I've had my underwater camera with me. Grand Cayman is the largest of the 3 Cayman islands with a total area of just over 70 square miles. There is very little scenery on the island; no hills, no rivers or streams, and the highest point is only 50 feet above sea level. There are spectacular beaches all around the island, particularly seven mile beach on the west side, where most of the tourist hotels are located. Prices on the island are staggeringly expensive; everything from gas ("petrol" there) to hamburgers will cost at least 3 times what it would cost at a resort in Florida. Rent cars are surprisingly cheap, running around $30/day.