Blue Wave Apartments

Address: 8 - 9 North Road, Georgetown, Guyana | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 8 - 9 North Road, Georgetown.
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Travel Blogs from Georgetown

Phagwah Mela & Bazaar

A travel blog entry by tlvice on Mar 08, 2014

4 comments, 32 photos

... hungry at the time.

There were hundreds of white chairs set up in front of the stage. Since we had already "seen" everything, we decided to take a seat and just watch things unfold. At first, there was Indian music playing over the very, very large speakers. It was so loud that the sound literally vibrated our ribs. We could only hear each other if we leaned in and shouted in the other's ear. The sounds morphed into ...


A travel blog entry by ahartry on Jan 08, 2014

341 photos

Today was a busy day, with lots of visits to spectacular waterfalls. We began the day, however, with a "panorama walk" from Rock View Lodge. The walk started through the farms of the savannah, then crossed the main highway (I did a cartwheel) to a high hill at the base of the mountains. There is a trail, built out of stones held together with rebar, which winds its way to the top. Really, it's a system of trails, although all seem to lead to the top. From the top, we ...

Bourda Market

A travel blog entry by tlvice on Oct 26, 2013

2 comments, 12 photos

... Walk street. That street is intersected by one of the many canals in Georgetown. It is that area that really begins to encompass the true market area.

Adjacent to the canal and across from the mall is the beginnings of the many small vendor stalls that make up the true Bourda Market. For example, I have a watermelon "guy" in the market. One can get a very delicious, albeit small watermelon for G$1,000 (about $5). That may be expensive, but, this is ...

Pre-shopping Trip

A travel blog entry by tlvice on Aug 24, 2013

1 comment, 22 photos

... have ships and boats tied to them. Georgetown is not a deep-water port. So the ships are either small or only partially loaded. The larger ships have to anchor off-shore several miles. Then smaller ships go back and forth to unload them.

The mouth of the river is nearly one mile wide. The river and the Atlantic Ocean at this point are brown due to all of the silt carried by the Demerara River and all of the other rivers between the ...


A travel blog entry by holident on Mar 27, 2013

... with one of the money changers patrolling the border. After more than an hour all formalities had been completed, into the truck documentation. We boarded the ferry by foot with the dozens of locals. It was only a short journey across to the other side, maybe 30 mins. Many people, as usual, were fascinated by our truck. Onboard I spoke with an older gentleman who worked for the UN in the Guianas & NY. Sounded like a great job flying all over the ...