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What to do in Grenada in September?

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A few things to get out of the way before we start:
1- Yes, I know it's hurricane season. I will be getting travel insurance.
2- I'm visiting a friend at school, and this was the best time to visit, before exams descend upon her.
3- I need to get my mind off a lingering problem.

Having never been to the Caribbean on my own before, I'm a bit anxious about what to do while I'm there. I am quite a little hiker, but am afraid of snakes. I'll be staying in the St. George's area.

I've already looked on TripAdvisor for ideas on what to do while there, but the pickings are sparse, and I'll be there for a whole week. Help me get over my anxiety of being bored. I tried hanging out by pools and beaches previously, and it's not worked out so well because I get bored. Of course, if this is par for the course on these islands, well, I guess knowing now is better than finding out there. Then at least I can go prepared.

Thanks for your help...

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