Roraima Residence Inn
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Outdoor pool
- Refrigerator in room
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... 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.
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... it, and sometimes enclosed as in the rainforest. There are four main view points, and we stopped at all of them. In general, it sounds like the tours start at the most distant site, then move more closely. The view of the falls is plenty spectacular – it’s a huge distance the river falls, and the boiling pot below is highly turbulent. We understand the riverbed is another 100 feet below the top of the river. (Apparently in the dry season, when the ...
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The punts are literally front to back in the canal as they head to the dump station. Those that went by us at this point were loaded with cane pieces between 12 and 18 inches in length. Those ...
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