A Gringa in Guanaja is an exhilarating and powerful story about Guanaja and the Bay Islands of Honduras, that fuses adventure, history and romance with intriguing characters. Though the Bay Islands’ beautiful bays provide safe anchorage now, their reputation as popular pirate havens was well founded. This is a fabulous tale about Sharon Collins, a woman who left the warm sands of Florida for the unknown. It is an engaging book which traces the remarkable true story of her life in Guanaja through acts of piracy, revolution, peace on coral reefs, love and stormy chaos, recalled from memory and journals. Ms. Collins has a wandering spirit. Guanaja beckoned and she responded.
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Ms. Sharon Collins is a marine ecologist, educated in Florida, who enjoys diving on coral reefs and exploring lands and cultures both familiar and foreign to her own. She currently finds herself employed as a senior consultant for a private environmental consulting firm in Central Florida.
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Book Description Inkwater Press, 2004. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111592990576
Book Description Inkwater Press, 2004. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1592990576