In the Caribbean, learn to live on island time
From the time Caribbean people are very little children, many are taught to acknowledge anyone they encounter with a friendly "good morning," "good afternoon," or "good night." We simply can't understate how important it is you reply in kind. Islanders take these informal niceties very seriously and will almost always treat you with more friendliness if you slow down and respect their ways, by living on island time.
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