Guyana is the only South American nation in which English is the official language. The name of the country means “land of many waters”. Guyana is defined by its dense rain forest, some parts of which are inaccessible by humans. Pictured on the card is Demerara river. It’s currents are so powerful, that they carry the massive quantities of silt from upriver (making it’s water of deep brown color) to considerable distance out to sea.