Michelle & I had a bit of miscommunication about meeting to leave the ship, I waited in the room, she thought we were on shore. Finally get it figured out, but since she was at the rental place first she got the best golf cart. Dave had to fiddle with the choke and gas to get it started, and the only gears it had was full out or stalled. The island is only 3 miles long, but they drive on the left. We headed to the far end of the island, stopping for gas. What a joke, could not figure out where to pump it, person came to help, it was under the seat. Over $6.00 per gallon. We headed toward the lighthouse, took wrong turns, headed down paths we had no idea where we were going. Found the dump. The island is full of wild donkeys and horses. Lots of babies. They would walk out in front, except when we chased them. (not that a golf cart can go very fast). Headed into town & ate at a local bar called Barbies, I had cracked conch, YUMMY! Dave had coconut shrimp and sweet potato fries. The people are so friendly, not pushy but talkative. We shopped a bit and then decided to head back to the ship. Wanted to take the shore road. It was really narrow and about the time I noticed all the parked cars where pointed towards us a cab flagged us down to say we were the wrong way on a one way street. Oops. Turned down a street to get to the next road over, down a hill, NO BRAKES! Dave swerved at the end of the road into oncoming traffic. Poor van slammed on the brakes as we swerved to the left side of the road, and the man yells "sorry, are you OK?" to me. Our fault, idiot Americans, and he says he is sorry. Can you imagine what any driver in the US would have said? We had a great time running around the island. Back on the ship now, will be heading for Miami in about an hour.