Jo took an awesome trip this year covering many countries and even continents - she rounded it up by sending cards from the final three destinations, the 'three Guianas' on the southamerican continent. Starting from the westernmost Guyana, this postcard was written in the jungle and it must have had quite a ride (also visible from the runny letters :))
St. George's is an Anglican cathedral in Georgetown, the capital of Guyana, and is one of the tallest wooden churches in the world, at a height of 43.5 metres (143 ft). It features typical elements of Gothic architecture- flying buttresses, traceried windows, clerestory, pointed arches, "black and white" framing of Elizabethan times. All this put it on the unesco tentative list :) Thanks Jo!