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 ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... speed, with the wind rushing by, it was comfortable. However, if the boat stopped it was instantly like sitting in an oven.
Continuing along we passed many mangrove trees, bamboo clumps and multiple other types of water plants. In some areas of the creek we encountered red dragon flies that were about an inch and one-half in length. Then we would see greenish yellow dragon flies that were about twice as long as the red ones.