Pegasus Hotel Guyana
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great service, food and great things to do
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... off to Suriname tomorrow. I’m ready for a new country. We are not being picked up by the airplanes until around noon and they are small planes so Chris is busy organizing everyone’s luggage by weight. He had asked for our weights the first night here and was very diplomatic about it by having every ...
... who truly loves it. Nothing boring about his talks and descriptions.
We are all herded into the van and unfortunately, we are the last ones in so we are relegated to sitting in the front which has no leg room. By the lunch break, my legs are screaming and Eugene's stamping is sending painful shock waves up my calves. We never make ...
... The cajun snapper was not large but tasty with rice and veggies for sides. Thankfully nobody wanted dessert.
Angled for the first taxi back with Mike and Gus. Adieu to Gus who seemed a bit blase about things. Told Mike he could give Paul the 1703 balance in a now inelegant former water bottle tomorrow. I was way too tired to wait around to say maudlin au revoirs to this lot so a quick final email home and bed by 2200.
... be at 08:30. That means the bridge would be closed at that time to allow ships on the Demarara River to pass. Those closures usually happen a couple of times a day. The signs above each of the three toll both lanes were a little confusing; each said both open and closed. When Elroy and Worren joined us, we just followed a car through one of the lanes.
The charge to cross the bridge was $200GD, about $1 U.S. We drove onto the ...
... flows, they have been able to measure it.) Almost (almost) equally impressive is the gorge through which the river continues to flow. Like a Yosemite, with walls entirely covered by rain forest.
We walked slowly and admired all of the views. I freaked a bit when the kids got too close to the edge, although I didn’t mind so much looking over myself. We took 200 photographs, trying to capture the grandeur of the falls or the beauty of the rainbow that ...