Windjammer International Cuisine & Comfort Inn

Address: 27 Queen Street, Georgetown, Guyana | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 27 Queen Street, Georgetown.
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    Kaieteur Falls and Georgetown

    A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Mar 02, 2015

    ... from one side of the plane to the other so everyone could access a bench seat from one of the doors but no aisle. I plopped our bag onto one of the seats near the front as soon as I saw that another couple had put their bags on a primo seat. Then the pilot got out a scales and told everyone he would weight them. ...

    Georgetown and the Essequibo River

    A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Feb 28, 2015

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    ... allowed back into the U.S. We did find a nice wooden bowl. We have so many nice wooden bowls and nice vases from various places. I think I need to dedicate a room in our retirement home just for the souvenirs we have from different countries. We've been told already that our home is like a museum but I still love having all my gifts and souvenirs and 'finds" and "prizes" and "treasures' out where I can see and enjoy them.

    THE STORY OF KAIETEUR FALLS

    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Feb 21, 2015

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    ... of water was flowing at this time of the year. It was an overcast day so bright blue skies were not part of the photographic mix.

    Lunch was back at the visitors centre at 1300. A local watched me untie a bag of boxed lunches and then told me same was for another group. Had a rather swish lunch of chicken and a host of side dishes; quite unexpected. Even had a half frozen facecloth to freshen up. Most of the extra food went to the local staff, some amusement taken ...

    Kite Day

    A travel blog entry by tlvice on Apr 21, 2014

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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.

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    Holi - Phagwah

    A travel blog entry by tlvice on Mar 17, 2014

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    ... fronds in the vacant field across the highway. It dawned on me we had "front row" seats for that night's Holi bonfire.

    It was just after 19:30 when we stepped onto our front terrace to watch the festivities. One of the first things I noticed is there was in fact a full moon rising through the clouds. The other thing I noticed was the sounds of drums coming from under the tent which had been set up at the site. The sound of ...

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