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How bad are the roads really?

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Specifically roads traveling from the southern airport to the north (rodney bay, etc)? I've heard conflicting reports. Some ppl have said it's terrible and can make you sick while others have said it's not that bad. I know it's an 1 1/2 hour trip and the roads are windy and rough (from what I hear) but is it really THAT bad? have the roads improved at all?
Any info is appreciated

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