After visiting the Immaculate Conception Cathedral, we found Derek Walcott Square adjacent to it. It appeared very attractive and seemed like a pleasant place to sit in the shade and relax before walking back to our cruise ship. When we approached we found that the square was surrounded by a fence and the gates were locked. From outside we could see that the square was nicely landscaped and well kept. There were some busts, presumably including one of Derek Walcott, a national poet. It's a shame that access was limited, but I suppose they had their reasons.
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