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Saturday, April 01, 2006
Letter to the Editor
Stabroek News
My family loved their visit to Guyana

Dear Editor,

I recently took my family for the first time to visit Guyana, and could not have asked for a better time. I'm from Guyana, but my husband is from Trinidad and my two kids were born in Canada. Now I have my family asking me on a daily basis when can we go back, and Mom why did you leave such a beautiful place.

We met the President and he was the kindest most down to earth man I have ever met. I think he has done a lot for the country and do hope it continues in the future. I would love to come back and live in Guyana, but am wondering how do you go about finding a good job and one that makes a difference to the country and people and is rewarding to myself.

I visited Guyana three times within a year and 3 months, that's how much I love the place, I looked around and talked to so many people and found out that I could teach them so much. I really do think that people could make a difference and working together might accomplish that.

I'm not sure why such a beautiful place has so many problems...

Yours faithfully,

Liz Mahabir