My Extraordinary Guide To Guyana
When research began on the Guyana portion of my South America journey I immediately found information hard to come by. Often there is a complete lack of info, contacts, and the links only led to dead ends. With this in mind, I decided to create my own mini guidebook for travellers’ looking to come to this little tropical haven.
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River carves its way through the jungle from Kaeiteur Falls, Guyana — Karina Noriega
Most recommended eatery by locals: Jerries, Georgetown, Guyana — Karina Noriega
Turtle egg, Georgetown, Guyana — Karina Noriega
Starbroek Market Square, Georgetown, Guyana — Karina Noriega
Guarding a gold shop in Georgetown, Guyana — Karina Noriega
Co-pilot duties, Guyana — Karina Noriega
Boat trip down the Essequibo River in Southern, Guyana — Karina Noriega
The most magnificent bird I have ever seen in my life. Unfortunately trapped in a tiny, dumpy cage at a substandard zoo in Georgetown, Guyana — Karina Noriega
Another beautiful jungle creature trapped in a tiny, dumpy cage at a substandard zoo in Georgetown, Guyana — Karina Noriega
All information presented was gathered during my August 2013 visit to the country.
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