Monthly Archives: April 2015

Anti-Man

Getting heckled on the streets of Guyana is a common occurrence. I’ve witnessed this happening hundreds of times in the eight months that I’ve lived in this country. I’ve seen it happen to a variety of people—to women, to the … Continue reading

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“Sir, This Fair is Lame. There Are No Girls.”

I’ve had a busy few weeks over the course of this month. I much prefer to post my blogs in order that things are happening, but at this point, I think it’s best to just post what I can for … Continue reading

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Wild Horses, Mostly

Guyana is a typical developing country. There are farm animals all over the streets, fields, lawns, and anywhere else you can imagine. For the most part, on any given day, one will run into chickens, a cow or two, goats, … Continue reading

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One Month Away From Elections

Election season is upon us in Guyana. So far, nothing too extreme has happened, but I’m kind of just waiting for the other shoe to drop. This is the only country other than the United States that I’ve ever been … Continue reading

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Nothing Says Easter Like Kite Flying

  I’d heard over and over again that Lethem, that little town on the southern border of Guyana was the place to be for Easter. However, since I had just visited Lethem, I knew I wasn’t going to be making … Continue reading

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