Pegasus Hotel Guyana
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... building. I had taken photos of that building from a different angle in the past. I found the angle that morning particularly interesting.
With the kite in the vehicle, we began our drive back to the seawall for the maiden flight. En route Leslie noticed a home that had a pink door. It stood out to her because of the nearby flowers that were a similar shade of pink. I made my way around the block so we could capture the home ...
... It was really tight quarters, but the attendant was able to direct me into an empty space. We locked the vehicle and began our walk back. The block just prior to the pier was lined with various vendor booths selling everything from toothpaste to flip flops.
Approaching the pier I could see numerous wooden boats tied to the pier. Each one was waiting for enough passengers to board so they could begin the trip to Bartica. Also ...
... by machine. Looking much farther back, one could see punts that were filled with eight to ten foot lengths of cane. That was cane that was harvested by hand, carried in bundles balanced on the head, and ultimately dumped into the waiting punts.
As each punt reaches the dumping station, the run under a spray of water to begin the cleaning process. The punt is then positioned in a clamp. It is lifted some 20 to 25 feet up and then rotated. ...
... the rum warehouse we saw where the rum is emptied from the barrels to prepare for bottling. In the floor of that area were four or five stainless steel "sinks" in the floor. They were about 18 inches square by about four inches deep. There were no barrels being emptied while we were there; however, some had been emptied earlier in the day. Because of that there were some of the bungs in the sinks along with some pieces of burlap. Apparently when the bungs ...
... built in front. We stood in front of the stage because it was obvious a program was about to begin.
These Amerindians were Arawak Indians. An older man in a brown outfit was the emcee. The first order of business for him was to officially welcome and recognize the Minister of Amerindian Affairs, Pauline Sukhai. The next item on his agenda were three Arawak sixth graders. They recited the Lord's Prayer ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPegasus Hotel Guyana Georgetown
great service, food and great things to do
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