On this day, it was a random street parade, with dancing, music, and levity.

Just before sunset (which arrives around 6pm year-round), I often go out on the scooter in search of a nice spot to admire Grenada’s scenery.

Coming out of town (“town” being the commonly-used reference to Grenada’s capital city of St. George’s), at the side of the road was a parade of sorts. It was a small affair led by a truck with loudspeakers playing what sounded like spiritual or inspirational music, then a few guys carrying banners, and an assortment of colourfully-clad dancing women and men.

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