We got back on the bus and our driver announced that our next stop would be Hell. I was rather excited by this announcement. We had stopped briefly at Hell on our way back from our excursion in 2009 and I had been fascinated by the black lime stone formations. Unfortunately I did not have my camera with me that day. So I was glad that I got a second chance. Hell is a bit of a tourist trap with two viewing platforms, a picnic area and a hell-themed post office with a gift shop. Still, the lime stone formations are impressive and have a certain stark beauty. I had not realized that there are two viewing areas there. When we got off the bus and headed for the viewing platform closest to it, I thought that this did not look like I remembered it. I still liked what I saw though. When we were finished enjoying the view and I had taken as many photos as I had wanted, we walked towards the post office and spotted the viewing platform that we had visited in 2009 and the view from there was precisely how I remembered it. We spent a few minutes there to enjoy the view and I took more photos before we headed over to the gift shop. Neither of us bought anything and we soon headed back to the bus. When everybody was back on the bus, our driver announced that we would make one last stop at Seven Mile Beach. On the way, he pointed out various plants including some Mahogany trees. We also passed a school and he explained that on Grand Cayman, every child has to do 1 hour P.E. a day. On one of the neighbouring islands, the kids go to school in two shifts. Half of the kids go to school from 7:00 to 12:00 and the other half from 12:00 to 17:00. Eventually we arrived at the beach. All the beaches on Grand Cayman are public. Our driver had pointed out beach access points a few times. There is a lot of expensive property on the beach front and by law, the owners have to provide an access point to the beach. The stretch of Seven Mile Beach that we were headed for was not hidden by buildings. There was just a small parking area between the road and the beach. It was beautiful though. The beach consisted of fine white sand and the water was a beautiful colour of turquoise. There were some loungers there, some bathrooms, outdoor showers and a play area for the kids. I wish that I had known that we would stop by a beach so that I had brought my swim stuff. We only had about 30 minutes at the beach, but this would have been plenty of time for a quick swim. Graham could not resist it and had a quick paddle. I just took a few photos and then I found some shade near the bus. After this stop, we headed back to Georgetown. We must have hit what counts for rush hour on Grand Cayman and progress was quite slow. We still arrived back at the port earlier than anticipated. Better still, there was a tender just arriving. They had set up a waiting area with cool damp facecloths and drinks dispensers with water and lemonade. Both the face cloths and the water was heavenly. Once I had my water, we got on the tender. We had to wait about 5 minutes until the tender was full and then we were on our way back to the ship. Again there was a small delay as we had to wait for another tender to clear the ship. There was some backlog at the x-ray machines, but soon we were on our way. Luckily we had arrived at the aft of the ship so it was quick and easy to quickly go up to our cabin and then head for the Promenade Lounge.