The capital of Grenada is a bustling town, feels very active and alive with a great mixture of people and many different businesses covering the streets. We had a nice Caribbean meal on one of the road restaurants and enjoyed good exercise walking up and down these steep hills in the center of the city. Only thing missing which appears to be a rarity in the Caribbean in general, is an ice cream shop. Have I missed them completely or aren't they prioritized by the people of the West Indies? Dreaming of a freshly made ice cream cone or a fruity sorbet ... how suitable and logical that would've been to devour in this tropical heat.