Sleepin International Hotel

Address: 24 Brickdam, Georgetown, Guyana | Hotel
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        Travel Blogs from Georgetown

        Kaieteur Falls and Georgetown

        A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Mar 02, 2015

        ... animal type products which I am sure would not be allowed so I just bought a nice polo shirt with the Baganara logo. And we paid for our drinks that we’d had the two nights which just consisted of cocktails the first night and then a beer. They were asking way too much for the cocktails plus it took him so long ...

        Georgetown and the Essequibo River

        A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Feb 28, 2015

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        ... We saw many of the canals are overrun with water lilies and trash. The worst thing about Georgetown and the surrounding countryside is no pick up of litter and trash and no re-cycling and no respect of the environment. Many of the beautiful old colonial style houses are falling into disrepair. Trash is everywhere and during the rains, it all washes into the sea or washes out and back into town. Infrastructure is poor. But ...


        A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Feb 21, 2015

        4 photos

        ... nice to see Georgetown from the air, even if it was overcast. Things got progressively cloudier as we headed southwest, hitting rainforest c 1100. The rare roads often led to mining sites.

        The story goes that Chief Kai was a great chieftain of a tribe near a waterfall. 'teur' means 'falls' in the local language. Carib pirates threatened his village. To appease the gods, Chief Kai paddled a canoe over the waterfall, hence the name Kaieteur.

        At the visitors ...


        A travel blog entry by tlvice on Mar 22, 2014

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        ... 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 ...

        Diwali Motorcade

        A travel blog entry by tlvice on Nov 02, 2013

        1 comment, 29 photos

        ... for the celebration, in Guyana, the focus seems to be on the legend of the marriage of the Goddess Lakshmi to Lord Vishnu. During the festival, Hindus celebrate the attainment of health, wealth, knowledge, peace, and prosperity. The lights and the fireworks demonstrate their thanks.

        The motorcade travels for some five miles along the East Coast Highway the community grounds at La Bonne Intention (LBI). The highway is the main east/west, two-lane road in ...

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