The Eldorado Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Breakfast Available
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... them that we were through our dinner before the cocktails arrived.
The planes finally arrived. We have two but both are rather small. One is going to haul just three people and Chris drew names for the people who will ride in that plane. My husband was not interested in the small plane so I ...
... are nice and lovely and kind whenever we had dealings with them so a bit of a dichotomy between how the people view and take care of themselves and how they view and take care of their lands and buildings.
We stopped by a craft market briefly. Chris, our tour leader, has emphasized repeatedly already that it is not a shopping trip. In ...
... suggested people go upstairs. There was a very still cock of the walk, one of the jewel birds to find in Central America. My birding skills were put to the test, climbing to get several great shots of this strikingly orange bird. There was dumb Mr Teacher putting on mossie repellant a falls too early. I was close at one stage to Ms Teacher, only to realize she could have starred as the bearded lady in the circus. You probably have sorted out that Mr and Ms Teacher are not high ...
... to our vehicle. On the way, Leslie stopped at a beer vendor booth and asked what their diagnosis might be. They agreed the kite's tail was too light. Leslie asked how that might be remedied. The three unanimously said we should add a branch. At that very instant, one of the young men jumped up and pulled a weed out of the ground. He tied the weed to the end of the tail. Then he escorted Leslie to the back of the vendor tent and put the ...
... pier was a car ferry. According to Elroy, it is one of two that were refurbished by the Chinese and given to the Guyanese. We had opted for the smaller wooden boats. They can make the trip to Bartica in just over an hour compared with over four hours for the ferry.
To get onto the pier, one must walk on a covered bridge of sorts. As we walked through I noticed a bicyclist coming toward us. I am not exactly sure how he ...
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