Personal Narrative: Tyron Samaroo

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Tyron Samaroo

Imagine waking up in your bed early in the morning and having your skin cover in mosquito bites. No matter how hard you try to cover yourself or hide from them they will always find you. You'll be lucky enough to to wake up to find at least one blood sucking mosquito still drinking the last drip of you sweet blood. Sadly, this mosquito made a grave mistake to aggravate a human being who just woke up from his slumber. As I got up I swung my small little hands as fast as I could with the intention to take the life of this little critter. My day has just begun successfully as I got rid of the gruesome critter like every other day in Guyana. Guyana is a country located in South America, yes Guyana not Guiana as many people assume it to be. Guyana is a very rural place and isn’t really that great of a place to lavish in. You’ll be lucky enough to make it across a small bridge without it collapsing and dumping you in the foul-smelling garbage
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Where can you say other than that New York City is just simply beautiful in the many aspects it possesses. New York City has about everything I could imagine. There was stores filled of ripped bananas, bright red juicy apples, sweet yellow mangoes, and one that things that I fell in love with was sweet BBQ chips that I could eat all day long. As more and more I journey to New York City I discover something new and new everyday. I found a place fill with the best tasting chicken in town. The chicken was so delicious and so perfectly crafted. As I use my hands to bring the chicken to my face which was still giving off a slight steam from being freshly made I took a bite and every bite I made melted perfectly in my mouth. New York City was like my present day heaven, everything was amazing and the area was very urban area which I have never been to before in my life. New York City has it all food, clothes, toys, games, cars, fancy houses, different ethnicity of people

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