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Life at the Lodge: 3) History

A week of no guests provided me with ample time to browse the various bookshelves around the Lodge and uncover the dated, and often torn, contents that had been quietly resting on the hardwood, busy collecting dust and bat droppings. 775 more words

Paddy Vipond

Umana Yana

The Umana Yana is a national symbol of Amerindian heritage in Georgetown Guyana. For more information http://nationaltrust.gov.gy/umana-yana-african-liberation-monument/

Still trying to find out what the significance of this pole is… 86 more words


Days 4 to 6

Day 4 on the Essequibo

We named the latest camp fly island as there were thousands of them, as we began to prepare for the day ahead by preparing breakfast the fishing was not at its best last night so we supplemented it with cornmeal porridge I had bought in Georgetown before the expedition began. 5,952 more words


Village on the Lake, amazing scenery and funny signs- Capoey, Guyana.

Capoey, Capoey village, Capoey lake, all one or the same, or if you happen to live in any of the neighbouring villages on the coast one may even say, “ah going lake’. 239 more words


Land of Rolling Hills and unusual clumps- Tuseneng.

The thick heavy canopy of  rainforest  suddenly opened up and gave way to the greenest, smoothest, most picturesque hills that I have ever seen; those hills seem to roll on and on,  for a minute I thought I was in a version of the Sound of Music. 891 more words


Movie Review: Wind River

Taylor Sheridan is one of the best new talents in Hollywood. When it comes to writing he does it better than a lot of his contemporaries. 687 more words

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