Navigators Travel to Guyana is the follow up to Navigators Travel to Barbados written by Howard Liverpool. This time our intrepid explorers travel to Guyana and learn about the history and geography of the country. They also sample some of the local cuisine and have a scary encounter with a ram sheep.
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Have you ever had to choose between a relationship and something you’ve dreamed about your whole life? That is the dilemma twenty-three-year-old Kieran Taylor unexpectedly finds herself in, and she’s not entirely sure how she got there. Deep down she knows that her violent and controlling boyfriend, Darren, is not the one for her and she quickly regrets choosing him. Trapped in a dead-end job and relationship, Kieran finds temporary solace in the arms of her first love, Joshua, who reappears after five years, though his return reopens old wounds. Confused and determined to be free of her painful past and pitiful present, Kieran goes on holiday to Greece where she meets the handsome Romeo. Unable to resist the temptation of romance and adventure, Kieran allows this perfect stranger to sweep her off her unsuspecting feet. Romeo, however, is not all he portrays and learning the truth leads Kieran on a downward spiral of destruction. One big secret leads to an even bigger heartbreak – one she did not see coming, and it changes her life forever.
This is a story depicting the author's early life growing up in third world country Guyana, South America. The author reflects on her family's origin and her adolescent years spent in Bengal and Plantation Highbury. She writes about her travel, studying and working in various countries and how she was able to cope with the adversity, and diversity of life. Throughout the book the author writes about the different places she called home and how it impacted her life. Her stories cover four and a half decades living in western societies and how she was able to hold on to hope during the days of despair. It seems our life is just a shadow that does not linger forever and it's just a story.