While vacationing in the Grand Cayman Islands, my husband tosses me the car keys. He insists that I experience driving on what would be the “wrong” side of the road compared to the roads in the U.S. I buckle up and start the ignition. While it feels a bit awkward sitting it in what would be our passenger seat, I start inching the car forward. We are heading towards a stoplight. I grip the steering wheel a little tighter, hoping that the light stays green so I can continue to follow the car in front of me. No such luck. The light changes and I am now the first car at the stoplight. While I wait for the light to change, I look at the lanes in the intersection in front of me that veer off in two directions. Right or left? Panic sets in as I quickly realize that I have no idea which lane I need to be in. The light changes. I hesitantly creep out into the intersection. Another car passes me. Bingo! I quickly follow the car, proceed to pull over in a parking lot, and hand the keys back to my husband. That was enough adventure for one day.