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Home, Georgetown, Guyana travel blog

Home

A travel blog entry by tlvice

It is always good to return ...

Fast cars slow banks, Georgetown, Guyana travel blog

Fast cars slow banks

A travel blog entry by jameskanga

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... and it instils fear into the passangers at the time, whom are mainly Brazilian gold diggers.....there is plenty of gold in Guyana and Brazilian companies. There are also women who go there; they are also gold diggers but of a different variety.  ...

All at sea!, Atlantic Ocean, Guyana travel blog

All at sea!

A travel blog entry by classybird

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Third day and it is our 1st at sea.  Just 90 miles off the coast of Venezuela and still rocking and rolling!  To be honest I quite liked being rocked to sleep and the constant movement in bed is quite comforting in a child like way.  Only ...

Roraima, Roraima, Guyana travel blog

Roraima

A travel blog entry by jeliman720212

kodak link for pictures, Bartica, Guyana travel blog

kodak link for pictures

A travel blog entry by katiepaulw

Hello Everybody, Just wanted to let you know that I put some pictures up on the Kodak website, so if you get an email from Kodak, it's not an advertisement, it's from us! Also, I just updated some of the addresses on here and on the kodak list, so if ...

Home, Georgetown, Guyana travel blog

Home

A travel blog entry by tlvice

It's always good to return home. ...

My First Ever Adventure, Georgetown, Guyana travel blog

My First Ever Adventure

A travel blog entry by charlie.kun

My Mom Takes Me On My First Trip Ever... I was only 1 years old... I can't remember much because of small age... but I just have a gut feeling that I had ...

CANOPY WALK AND GOODBYES, IWOKRAMA RAINFOREST , Guyana travel blog

CANOPY WALK AND GOODBYES

A travel blog entry by sgaudun

At 5 AM we got up and had breakfast and were driven numerous miles away to a Rainforest Canopy Walk, actually totally installed in 31 days by 3 skilled Canadians.  The swaying walk connecting the trees was often about 100 feet above the ...

Amerindian Festival - St. Cuthberts, Saint Cuthberts Mission, Guyana travel blog

Amerindian Festival - St. Cuthberts

A travel blog entry by tlvice

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... to be obedient to the laws of Guyana to love my fellow citizens and to dedicate my energies towards the happiness and prosperity of Guyana. After the pledge he introduced the town Toshao (captain or mayor).  He had quite a lengthy speech.  He ...

Poor goat, Georgetown, Guyana travel blog

Poor goat

A travel blog entry by trolibus

On bus 8 hour bus ride to Guyana I was propositioned by a hooker, accused of being a government agent and I saved a pregnant goats life that had been hit by a car. A good days work. The day before I finally got into the jungle and saw a huge number of ...

Home, Georgetown, Guyana travel blog

Home

A travel blog entry by tlvice

It's always good to return ...

Home, Georgetown, Guyana travel blog

Home

A travel blog entry by tlvice

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It's always good to return ...

Longest boatride ever, Bartica, Guyana travel blog

Longest boatride ever

A travel blog entry by alicia.

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... .  The pictures didn't really come out.  Anyway we got to the mouth of the Esquibbo (or something) river in Guyana, then had another day's journey up the river to Bartica. Bartica is interesting, with donkeys and bulls roaming the streets, ...

GEO, Georgetown, Guyana travel blog

GEO

A travel blog entry by guycann

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Staying at Bartica, Bartica, Guyana travel blog

Staying at Bartica

A travel blog entry by tlvice

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Back at the hotel we sat on the terrace, sipped some 15 year XM rum, and watched all of the boat traffic on the river.  The conversation was great.  We relaxed for the remainder of the evening. From one corner of the terrace, I could see the ...

Kamuni Creek, Kamuni Creek, Guyana travel blog

Kamuni Creek

A travel blog entry by tlvice

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... could tell those living there were essentially living off of the land. Kamuni Creek is another of the black water creeks in Guyana.  Black water creeks get their color due to the rotting plant material in the forest.  As water leaches through ...

Home, Georgetown, Guyana travel blog

Home

A travel blog entry by tlvice

It's always good to return ...

BIG TRIP SATURDAY, Georgetown, Guyana travel blog

BIG TRIP SATURDAY

A travel blog entry by sgaudun

WOW!!   In less than a half hour this morning I spent over $1000, US.......ouch!!  On Saturday i will start a trip to two major falls-Kaietur being one of them - and then I go to the Iwokrama Rainforest for a 3 day 2 night Greenheart ...

University of Guyana, Georgetown, Guyana travel blog

University of Guyana

A travel blog entry by guyanaproject

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This afternoon we had the opportunity to meet Tabatha Mallampati, Director of the School of Nursing at the University of Guyana. We were invited to participate in the 3rd year nursing student's presentation (29 students) of their various research ...

WIPEOUT!!!!, Surama Village, Guyana travel blog

WIPEOUT!!!!

A travel blog entry by sgaudun

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The day started well enough with a lovely breakfast and I said goodbye to Surama as I was motorcycled, daypack backpack and all, 8 kilometers away to Surama Junction with the road connecting Georgetown in the north with Lethem in the south, on the ...

Home, Georgetown, Guyana travel blog

Home

A travel blog entry by tlvice

It's always good to return ...

Wendy's Online Education Blog, Georgetown, Guyana travel blog

Wendy's Online Education Blog

A travel blog entry by forwas

I work in a new but promising online education firm as a Human Operations Officer . Aria is a really unpredictable lemming .   ...

Canopy walk and welcome rest, Annai, Guyana travel blog

Canopy walk and welcome rest

A travel blog entry by ahartry

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... at 7pm and dinner at 7:30pm. Conversation was wide-ranging and interesting … lots of comparisons of Europe, the US, and Guyana as well as discussions of world politics and globalization. We finished dinner around 9pm, then went to our rooms to ...

Home, Georgetown, Guyana travel blog

Home

A travel blog entry by tlvice

It's always good to return ...

Phagwah Mela & Bazaar, Liliendaal, Guyana travel blog

Phagwah Mela & Bazaar

A travel blog entry by tlvice

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... see that demonstrated later in this post).  When we arrived we were directed to park in a lot on the east side of the Guyana International Conference Centre, the venue for the event.  In the lot to which we were directed there was only one car. ...

IWOKRAMA RAINFOREST, IWOKRAMA RAINFOREST , Guyana travel blog

IWOKRAMA RAINFOREST

A travel blog entry by sgaudun

Part Three, consisted of flying from Ordinuik Falls to an airstrip in the Iwokrama Rainforest.  This time a kind old gentleman traded seats with me and he found out how cramped I had been in the back.  We flew at about 140 miles per hour, ...

Guyana, Georgetown, Guyana travel blog

Guyana

A travel blog entry by nomadic1

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... . T&T is on the fast track to becoming a first world nation by 2020 with a straightforward plan called '2020'. Conversely, Guyana looks like it is going nowhere fast with its poor infrastructure and very impoverished people. The sad part is that there ...

Home, Georgetown, Guyana travel blog

Home

A travel blog entry by tlvice

It's always good to return ...

GEORGETOWN...YOU LOOK GOOD TO ME!!, Georgetown, Guyana travel blog

GEORGETOWN...YOU LOOK GOOD TO ME!!

A travel blog entry by sgaudun

Awakened at 4 AM, hopped into a Toyota minibus, my head an inch from the ceiling going down 400 kms of hard packed clay with zillions of potholes at 80 to 110 kms per hour, swerving from side to side , stopping at ferry crossings, 4 to 5 police  ...

Rain Forest and River, Surama Village, Guyana travel blog

Rain Forest and River

A travel blog entry by ahartry

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We started before 6am this morning, during the brief twilight. We had a quick cup of coffee, then we began our hike into the rainforest. Actually, we began with a drive, past the village, so that we could focus on the walk up the hills. The first part of ...

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