Hello, hello! I'm back in town, tanned, tired, and... some other 't' word.
I'll get some pictures up tomorrow, once I get some sleep. For now, do what you can with: left and right.
So we managed to survive a week of me driving around Jamaica on the left side of the road. It wasn't too big a deal, as I'd driven on the left in New Zealand for almost two months.
But I had forgotten about the windshield wipers / turn signal issue.
You see, here in Canada, driving on the right side of the road, the wiper control is on the right side of the steering wheel and the turn signal is on the left. When you're driving on the left, it's reversed - wipers on the left, signal on the right.
Which, until you can re-train yourself, leads to a whole lot of wipers dragging across bone-dry windshields whenever you're about to turn.
By the end of the week I had it pretty much down, which was nice. But then today, driving home from the airport in Kelowna, it was a struggle to get back to the 'normal' controls.
This driving on the opposite side of the road business is more complicated than you'd expect.