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... worshiping her.
Another recurring theme in the motorcade was two elephants. They apparently signify the attainment of spiritual and material prosperity.
Apparently part of the celebration includes sharing candy and/or cookies with others. While I was busy trying to photograph the scene, one of the participants gave Leslie a couple of sweet cookies of some sort. Unfortunately, neither was shared with the author. Regardless, Leslie said they were wonderful!
... particular was easily the size of a ten-story building.
Departing the still area we were led into the rum warehouse. It was an amazing sight. The rum barrels were stacked in alternating rows of two, 12 barrels deep and five barrels high. Amanda said there are some 60,000 barrels in storage. Each barrel is specifically marked to indicate the rum mixture and the date it was distilled. The rums that are ultimately bottled consist of several years ...
... God willing I will land in Cincinnati at about 9pm. Looking forward to get home and to be with Kathy whom I miss badly and dearly love.
Thank you for your prayers and interest in following me throughout this trip. Your comments and encouragment have been a great source of strength to me. Thank God for all His intervention and help.
Be well and Godspeed!
In Christian love
... not to be the case of Guyana, but it is very similar.
From a certain point during flight you can see clearly the change of vegetation, rainforest to savannah. Further ahead, the savannah will end and eventually will begin the Amazon rainforest.
The flight, differently from the ground services, was impeccable. After all, they were dealing with human lives up in the air.
This stage ...
... a lengthy speech. He took advantage of the Minister being there. He had several "strong suggestions" for her like providing some sort of road maintenance equipment. When the speech finally ended, the stage was given over to an Amerindian singer followed by some teenage dancers.
At this point the group decided to walk to the river. After walking a couple hundred meters, Leslie and I and one other turned ...