Pegasus Hotel Guyana
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great service, food and great things to do
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... pro and veteran of 3 (unspectacular) ODIs for England, Monte Lynch, sat at the pavilion bar overseeing a coaching session. He was delighted to pull out his best cockney accent as he reminisced about games at Chelmsford, Southend and Ilford.
Culinary highlights included 'bake and saltfish' - a fine breakfast of fried bread and salted cod, and a few more welcomed rotis.
Unfortunately, there is no legal border crossing from Guyana to Venezuela, meaning we had to ...
... kites for sale hung on a wall. I drove us to the intersection of Albert and Queen Streets. As we drove by, I could see the vendor was just arriving at the corner. Since nothing was set up yet, we drove on, looking at the various sites in the area.
Ultimately we made it back to Kitty. I parked our vehicle and got out to take a photograph of the kites. As I was doing that, the vendor, from a different corner of the intersection ...
... 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 ...
... at 07:15, I decided to leave the observation area. When I got back down to the waiting area I saw on the arrival screen that the new arrival time was 08:15. So, I went back to the vehicle to wait.
Ultimately the plane landed at about 08:25. I went into the immigration area to wait for Leslie and to help with her luggage. After clearing immigration, we went to the baggage claim area to wait for her bags. We waited and waited and waited. The last ...
... kept my eyes peeled for caimen. I did not see any. I am sure that is because they are most active at night.
We finally made it to the Santa Aratak reservation. That is another of the Amerindian groups that inhabit the area. Shortly after entering the reservation we passed Tiger Farm. It was made up of a boat dock and a clearing leading up to a white painted home.
As we continued on we saw several silver gray herons ...