GuyaNEWS: The June Guyanese Newsletter

Here we are, my friends, at the end of month #10. Ten months down and one to go. As I write this, I have just over four weeks before my experience in Guyana concludes. As time has passed these last few weeks, I find myself ready for the experience to wrap up. I may feel somethingContinue reading “GuyaNEWS: The June Guyanese Newsletter”

A Time to Celebrate

Well, the elections are behind us. After an interesting week, the votes have been counted and for the first time since 1992, a new party will be running the government. I can’t say I know much about what goes on here politically, but I’m happy with the result of the election. I think a greatContinue reading “A Time to Celebrate”

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 in this close to an election. Obviously, Guyana is a little less stable when itContinue reading “One Month Away From Elections”