Trinidad Express / We were in Antigua. We had not been there long, just about two months. We had left Belize, a country which we still love greatly and would return to if we could, and had landed, bag, baggage and two children, in Antigua. It was a country which I had previously visited several times when I worked with PAHO and a regional climate change project, but a place with many new challenges not the least of which was that it was not Belize or Barbados, countries in which we never experienced the casual racism that is a feature of both Guyana and Trinidad.
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