So we stepped out last week for a summer family trip before school starts. Cruised w/ the kids to Jamaica, Cayman's, Cozumel. I know cruises are a little cheesy but I like them and the kids had a blast. Both kids got strep and refused to let it keep them from any activities. The medic on the boat got us loaded up w/ meds and we went full steam ahead. So we had this thing on our list and Henning gave it 2 thumbs up. I wasn't sure what "stingray city" was. I sort of thought we would feed them off the boat and perhaps get to pet one. Nope! They took us out to what seemed to be the middle of the ocean however the water was maybe 2.5 feet deep. This is the spot where for many years fisherman had gone to clean their catch. As such it has become a major feeding ground for the stingrays. Anyway, they explained how these creatures in this situation was different the Steve Irwin situation so off the boat and into the water. The first 5 minutes I thought I was going to have a panic attack. They swarmed us and crawled all over us. It was Erie as hell. They have no fear of humans at all. After I realized they didn't appear to want to kill me, I got into it and started swimming around with them and filming them w/ my little go Pro. They were all different sizes from a dinner plate size to maybe 6 feet across and I would estimate maybe ~200 of them in our general area. If you find yourself in the Cayman's, this excursion is worth checking out. I would do it again in a heart beat. The kids also loved it (and mini-me is SUPER skiddish so it was fun to see him feed and interact w/ them). Anyway, that was just one of the coolest things I have gotten to do in awhile. Super cool memories for the kiddos.