Pegasus Hotel Guyana
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great service, food and great things to do
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... directly to the pier. There is a police station right at the pier. Elroy asked if we could park there. Normally the answer would have been yes; however, that morning they declined because the Police Commissioner was coming through on a tour. So, we unloaded our bags from the 4Runner. Elroy and I got back into the 4Runner to go find a place to park. The others stayed behind with our bags.
About two blocks away we found a ...
... jasper, a very ancient stone that probably hides rich diamond deposits. It also provides a beautiful background for the river. The water is the color of coca-cola, but that hue comes from the decaying vegetation, not from the rocks themselves.
We started by hiking to the bottom of falls and looking back at their expanse. Then, we climbed to the base, to wade in the river. The rocks were incredibly slippery, but it was still pleasant. A man came over to talk ...
... States, many people here that are seeing off friends or relatives will wait at the airport until the aircraft is airborne before they leave. Many of them spend the time in the observation area. I thought it was unique to see several people lined up in front of the window facing their reflections, waiting for their particular plane to depart.
I thought I would be able to take a photo of Leslie's plane when it landed. Well, 06:25 came and ...
... degrees. Shortly before that, one of the men lifted the motor out of the boat and placed it on the wharf. Soon, the boat was lifted off of the trailer and carried down to the water. The tide was up, so they did not have far to carry it. The boat was placed in the water and turned with the bow facing out into the river. At this point one of the men from my crew gave the lead man $1,000 GD (about $5).
With the boat in the Demerara ...
... to be quite strategic in the task. But it is now done with just the final bits and pieces to go in in the morning.
Throughout the day people have been popping into the office with more gifts for us. We received some genuine Guyana gold pins - a brooch for me and a tie pin for Barry - from one of the West Bank group of Churches and then some more local souvenirs from the Georgetown group. Many of these souvenirs are made from the hardwood that is ...