Looking back on the year, I feel like I’ve been in a constant state of complaining in reference to the heat and humidity in this country. I think it’s justified, but that doesn’t mean I don’t wish it didn’t get to me so much. Once and for all, here’s what the heat was really like:Continue reading “Sweat: YOUR story”
GuyaNEWS: The February Guyanese Newsletter I’ve been slowly compiling things to write about for this newsletter over the course of the month. Finally, after much anticipation, my roommates and I were able to venture off to Kaiteur, the largest single drop waterfall in the world, which sits cozily in the interior of Guyana. We, asContinue reading “GuyaNEWS: The February Guyanese Newsletter”
GuyaNEWS: The Guyanese January Newsletter It has been a very quiet (okay, silent) month on my blog. It would seem that after posting 31 posts in December I’ve just grown lazy here in the New Year, but these past few weeks have found me being anything but sluggish. Unlike in 2014, things seem to beContinue reading “GuyaNEWS: The Guyanese January Newsletter”
Trying to make it snow. Prepping Guyanese stockings for our holiday visitors… *Christmas update coming in a few days!
I forgot to post this after I wrote it. However, this day lives in infamy, so here is the post two weeks late, nevertheless. November 16 This has got to be the warmest day I’ve experienced since moving to South America. I guess I was a little naïve to think that I would adjust toContinue reading “November 16”
Sometimes science class presents itself in the middle of the day. My boys and I ran outside to get a look at this “sun dog” around noon last week.
I’ve arrived in Georgetown, Guyana and my new adventure for the year has kicked off to a brilliant start. Our day of travel on Monday was long and consisted of 5 airports, including the troubling airport of Miami and a brief layover at the Port of Spain in Trinidad. Other than being immensely tired fromContinue reading ““You Don’t Have to Be Crazy to Live in Guyana, But it Doesn’t Hurt”-Sr. Admi”