In October, mornings become a greater hub of activity than normal. Shortly after the 6am sunrise, the narrow twisting roads throughout Grenada are lined with people clearing the foliage.

This island is so full of life that it overgrows everything if not tamed. It creeps up on you, and by the time the rainy season has finished, you don’t realize a blanket of green scrub has covered everything and significantly narrowed the roads. (The thick foliage decreases the line of sight around the many corners).

But October means the end of rainy season is nearing, as are the cruise ships.

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