The Eldorado Inn
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Main Street hints at how beautiful Georgetown used to be. When the garbage is picked up it does look striking with the stately trees providing a canopy over the central walk in the median. Early on Georgetown was known as the "Garden City of the Caribbean". That title no longer holds due to the amount of garbage that seems to be everywhere.
Continuing to circle around I ended up in front of St. George's Cathedral. This is ...
... Holi-day most of the places were closed, however we managed to find a place not too far from our guesthouse for a drink, 'Jerries bar'. All but 2 of us then went for some Chinese for dinner. First we went to the tables up stairs, a little too posh. The takeaway area downstairs was more to everyone's liking. Shared a chow mien, sweet & sour chicken, & beef in a black bean sauce with fried rice - yum! Bed was then gratefully welcomed after a very long ...
... car was a St. Cuthbert's Mission police officer talking on his cell phone. We were charged $1,000 GD to drive into the town.
The other route we could have taken was by boat on the Mahaica River. However, that still would have taken about two hours. The best population estimate I could find was 1,500. The main industry in the area is either mining (gold or bauxite) or logging. The town changed its name to ...
... All was not lost as we enjoyed a final coffee with Keith following the meeting. He was very apologetic about it all. It saddened him given what a positive time we have had here in Guyana. He was very affirming of all that we have done and the impact it has had on him personally as well as on the GCU as a whole. It is very challenging for him as much information is withheld from him at times. He has often not known which way to turn and so has enjoyed the ...
... was with Keith. While we have had numerous meetings and catch-ups with Keith, this one was much more focused on him and how things are going for him personally. Again it was good to have this time with him. He does appreciate it and as is usual lasted for 3 hours. He seems so appreciative of having the opportunity to have someone to talk through some of the heavy issues of leadership that he has ...
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