In an hour I head to the airport for yet another 2 week stint in Guyana. This time, however, instead of being attached to a CIDA mission, I’m joining an expedition from the Toronto-based group Veahavta.
Quite honestly, I don’t know what to expect, since we’re going to a region I’m unfamiliar with. But I’ve got snake-proof boots, a raincoat, a compass, a world phone and a very a sharp knife. So if I trip on my clumsy snake boots and land on my knife, shattering my compass in the process, I can at least rest on my raincoat and phone the city to send a dude in a boat. That’s how it works, right?
Right? Anyone? Bueller?
Anyway…. I will try to blog while I’m away, but you never know what kind of electricity options will be present. So maybe you won’t hear from me for 2 weeks!