Baganara Island Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
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After a hectic morning gathering up everyone's "small" bag to take to the island with us and storing our other luggage then riding around in a van with Eugene seeing Georgetown, we finally cross the pontoon bridge and make our way to a small boat that will ferry us up the river to Baganara. It's not a very big boat but we all fit ok, put on life …
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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 car ferry docked at the Bartica pier. I could also see two young boys that were fishing from the river wall. I never saw them catch anything, but they were definitely trying and having fun.
... smaller than the one we took from Parika. It had four benches. It was pretty powerful though, with two 200 horse power outboard motors.
It was the early afternoon and the wind had come up a little bit. That made for choppy waters on the Mazaruni River, not unlike what we had experienced earlier in the day.
Motoring upriver we saw many different types of barges. Some were moored at shore while others were plying ...
... my courage, held onto my Nikon, and took that first step of faith. Simultaneously, the captain grabbed my arm and helped me to place two feet firmly on the unsteady boat.
Now on the bow, I grabbed for the side of the opening that led down into the seating area and its relative safety. As my head cleared the opening I could see 28 other humans looking at me. As it so happens, Elroy and I were the last two to board. I saw Leslie ...