An example of one of our worst incidents was driving up the Aerial Tram. The road was under construction, and so there was a narrow strip of cement wide enough for one car, with rebar on either side of the road so you couldn’t drive off the road. We found ourselves sandwiched by two oncoming buses and two buses behind us (all carrying cruise boat passengers). We juggled all the vehicles so we were finally able to drive off the road into the mud on a non-rebarred section of the road, but had to power out of the mud in 4WD. Not fun, but fortunately one of the bus drivers helped us work it out.
The road from Roseau to Portsmouth was very easy, however, as was the road from Portsmouth to Melville Hall. Getting around is fairly easy – there are signs at the intersections, and the Dominicans are extremely friendly and more than happy to help out. At one point, we’d stopped out car in the road at a fork, trying to figure out which way to go. A car rushed by us going the other way, then the driver stopped, backed up to us, and asked us if we needed help. These are some very kind, generous people!