Coming Clean #5: Hang to Dry

Time to Come Clean: I Almost Got Deported The most stressful few hours of my time in Guyana occurred in March, when I was under the impression that because I didn’t have a long-term visa to be in the country, I was going to be deported. When you arrive in Guyana you’re given a threeContinue reading “Coming Clean #5: Hang to Dry”

GuyaNEWS: The March Guyanese Newsletter

GuyaNEWS: March Welcome to this, the seventh, edition of GuyaNEWS. As always, it’s hard to wrap my head around how much time has passed since my adventure in South America began, but I’m always ready to look back over the past month and recap the unique things I’ve been able to do while living in Guyana.Continue reading “GuyaNEWS: The March Guyanese Newsletter”

“Look a Jaguar, Look a Jaguar, Look a Jaguar!”

The bus driver shouted it three times as the big cat ran across the dirt road from one tree line of the jungle to the other. I caught a good glimpse of it. I didn’t think it looked like a jaguar. It reminded me more of a mountain lion from back in North America. ItContinue reading ““Look a Jaguar, Look a Jaguar, Look a Jaguar!””