The Eldorado Inn

Address: 295 Thomas & Quamina Streets, Georgetown, Guyana | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 295 Thomas & Quamina Streets, Georgetown.
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    Travel Blogs from Georgetown

    Kaieteur Falls and Georgetown

    A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Mar 02, 2015

    ... 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 ...

    Georgetown and the Essequibo River

    A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Feb 28, 2015

    5 photos

    ... 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 ...


    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Feb 21, 2015

    4 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Kite Day

    A travel blog entry by tlvice on Apr 21, 2014

    50 photos

    ... held the kite. When she was at just the right spot, I had her stop. I lifted the kite above my head and let go. Instantly the kite was airborne. Unfortunately, the kite went round and round a couple of times and then crashed. After repeating that for about the third time, one of the locals that had been watching said our tail was too light.

    Since we did not have any fabric to add to the tail, we gathered up the kite and began to ...


    A travel blog entry by tlvice on Mar 22, 2014

    10 photos

    ... maintain his balance. He was laden with three large water bottles under his arm and a propane tank between his legs. I don't know how they do it, but that is not an uncommon site in Guyana. It gets even more dicey when they have to use their foot rubbing against a wheel as their brake.

    Emerging from the covered bridge we came face to face with our transport to Bartica, the O-BAMA. Our journey continues in the next blog posting.

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