Mostly the Caribbean Sea is a calm and flat as a bath… and just as warm. But every so often Mother Nature, or God, or both (jury’s still out), decide to stir things up a bit. And what looks like a very impressively thick and unnecessary sea wall becomes a fragile and easily overcome barrier for the ragging sea. I’ve seen the left side, the road side, invaded along this stretch of road a couple of times. This, by the way, is the Capuchin seawall and the road is the one going from Clifton to Capuchin. As it’s the only road when it is flooded, or closed by a landslide, Capuchin is cut off.
But mostly is a bit old wall children like to jump and skip along and a starting point for spear fishers and fishermen.