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... was how people used to tie razor blades at the end of their kite tales. When their kites got too close to another, the tail would cut the string of the other kite. When I first heard that I thought it was just a tall tale. However, one of my colleagues confirmed that that used to happen. In fact, it still happens sometimes today.
After ceding our kite to the "beer" guys, we drove home.
Later in the day, our friend ...
... President of Guyana instead of waiting for him to arrive.
Shortly after we arrived we were both doused with a white powder. That made it difficult to take a photograph of a dance troupe. Luckily I had prepared for the worst. I had covered my camera with a plastic grocery bag, leaving a hole for the lens. Even still, I did end up with some color on my camera. I was ultimately able to clean it off.
After the photograph ...
... a light brown, fairly coarse grained sugar. I did get to sample a little. It tastes great.
When I was there, the packaging line was filling one kilogram plastic bags. They can fill up to a 50 kilogram bag, depending on the end customer. The packaged sugar awaits trucks in the warehouse to be taken to their final destination for sale.
If one is in the Georgetown area and can arrange for this tour, it is very interesting and very worthwhile.
... I came across an accident at an intersection. A car was right in the center of the intersection. It had sustained a lot of front end damage. The hood had been torn off. On the side of the street, not far away, was a badly damaged mini-bus. The left front axle was obviously broken. That left front corner and most of the rest of the left side showed an enormous amount of damage. The mini-bus was not occupied. There was a person standing by the ...
... view) was just as spectacular with a rainbow visible going into the falls. After a couple of hours at the falls we walked back to our plane for the flight back. This time we flew much higher & enjoyed much greater turbulence as we flew threw a number of large storm clouds. Back to the guesthouse we headed out for dinner at Jerries, one of the few place open on Good Friday. The bar being closed, everyone went off to ...