I showed up this morning, alone, and 30 minutes away in the Guyanese countryside, at the only golf course in #Guyana. . When I arrived, not a soul was around. All I could hear were birds chirping in the trees. . Then, this guy named Avinda came out of nowhere and asked if I want to play golf together using his clubs. Done. . We played 18 holes, shared stories, drank local beer -- and it was was one of the best travel days/memories of my life. He grew up near the course, and the dude is good... About a 2 handicap. He shot even par and kicked my butt, although I did hit some nice shots. After 9 holes, he even rode his bike home to prepare me local food (Indian food) which was incredible. . This is what travel is all about.