Thursday, November 6, 2014
Passage to Belize - L.A. Lewandowski
Rose Marie's health is failing. She and her husband used to take cruises together; now that he has passed away, the author agrees to go on a Caribbean cruise with the older woman. At each port of call, they go in search of local art -- not the ticky-tacky made-in-China stuff, but authentic pieces by local artists.
When they arrive in Belize, the city outside of the port area is locked down due to recent violence. But the author is determined to find some local art to take home -- and where there's a will, there's a way.
This is a quick and entertaining read that I very much enjoyed.
Posted by Lynne Cantwell at 3:50 PM
Labels: L.A. Lewandowski, memoir, Passage to Belize, review, short story
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