Get your tings. We goin da beach,” my neighbour said last Sunday, just after lunch. “It’s what we do for Easter,” was her explanation.  

The beach, which is normally next to deserted, was packed. I’m not even entirely sure where all the people came from, but it was evident that Easter is unanimously celebrated on the beach in Grenada.

Sounds of laughter and kids playing, smells of barbecues, and sights of people laying in the water’s shallows was layered over an undercurrent of constant upbeat music. You couldn’t help but smile and join in the festivities.

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