at Meten-meer-Zord, on the West Bank of the Demerara River in Guyana. We've been owned by the British and Dutch thus many unusual place names. This was a private museum of everyday historical items, books, coins, stamps etc, and decorative mirrors. We crossed the river on the longest steel floating bridge in the world, which also opens in the middle to let shipping through. AND I am friends with the engineer, Joe Holder.