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... that we would have to sit on the inside seats and not have a window to look out at the jungle. Luckily I am quite good at getting in front of people when necessary so hubby and I were the first ones on the plane. We both got window seats and then the plane filled up with the other group. Flight back was a little bumpy and even though I had used the facilities before leaving, I was somewhat dismayed after ...
... the numerous inhabitants of the rainforest. From plants with medicinal qualities to the many brightly coloured birds found up in the tree tops.””
All sounds idyllic and fantastic, doesn’t it? While it was an incredible place, a few things wrong with the scenario. One, all activities were undertaken after breakfast and after lunch. If you want to see animals, you go before breakfast and at dusk. We ...
... border crossing well before the immigration guards are there. We get an immigration form to fill in that we are leaving Guyana. The one we had been given to keep at the airport is a different form so we don’t need it anymore. Then we pass through a door into a waiting room and a guard looks at our passport and form before he lets us into the room.
Once in the room, an official kind of guy immediate has us ...
... photo ops en route to nowhere in particular.
The Ministry of Finance building at the southern end of Independence Square [a separate nation since 1975] would have fitted in well in colonial Williamsburg. In former days, the present square was the military drill grounds of Fort Zeelandia, closer to the river's edge.
Several times we saw filming re racing motorcycles, breaking the veritable silence. We went up Kaiser St and stopped at a McDonald's for a ...
... sandals on the flights, not long pants and shoes.
Downstairs early, finding a book on the local National Trust. It was printed since the Garrison area became a WHS in 2011, the designation celebrating the most complete 18th and 19th c British military garrison complex in existence. A bit sad to see Bush Hill House called George Washington House; probably less confusing for Yanks, Brys?
Tried the thick French toast with scrambled eggs and ...