Princess Hotel Guyana International

Public Road, Georgetown, Guyana | Hotel
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Kite Day

A travel blog entry by tlvice


What an amazing day! We missed Easter Monday last year (locally also known as Kite Day) because we traveled back to Colorado for Leslie's dad's funeral. We made up for that today.

We made it to the East Coast Highway seawall shortly before 08:00. As you might imagine, there were very few people out at that hour. Regardless, it provided some fun photo opportunities. I think one of my favorites was the "Pristine Waters" sign on ...

Downriver to Parika

A travel blog entry by tlvice


... the motor of the boat rev really loudly, then there was silence and the boat settled to a stop in the water. At first I thought maybe someone had fallen overboard. Elroy told us it sounded like the motor had hit something and came up out of the water. The captain had immediately shut off the motor to keep it from blowing the motor. Within a minute or two we were heading downriver again.

Luckily, as ...


A travel blog entry by ahartry


... went to see the Cathedral, which was a little more run down than expected. Then we returned to the hotel for dinner. After we had finished eating, we were invited to join a trivia game, for charity. We said sure … and our competitors were not other guests at the hotel but rather four sets of expats and Georgetown elites who appear to be regulars. We were the only “first timers” … There were seven rounds, which was exhausting. we didn’t win, ...

Diwali Motorcade

A travel blog entry by tlvice


... stream of people walking alongside the floats, all heading to the conclusion at LBI.

The floats were stunning in both the lighting and the costumes of those on the floats. It was a very festive atmosphere.

Nearly every passing float had a young woman posed as Lakshmi. In each case, she was posed sitting on a full-bloomed lotus flower. Most of the women held up their right hand, palm facing forward. That position signifies that wealth can be ...

El Dorado Rum

A travel blog entry by tlvice


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Directly across from the EHP Wooden Coffey still sits the two Grand PM Pot stills. PM stands for Port Mourant, a town in Guyana. That is where the Grand PM Pot stills began their lives of making rum. These were also made of the local greenheart wood. Both stills have been in continuous use since 1732! Like the EHP Wooden Coffey still, these are the only of their kind in the world. The EHP Wooden Coffey still and the Grand PM Pot stills ...

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