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Time to Get S'Mashramani'd

Last Monday was Guyana’s Republic Day. Always celebrated on February 23rd, it is a national holiday for (can you guess? yes) the day Guyana became a Republic. 527 more words

Peace Corps

Mashramani Guyana 2015 greetings

Happy Mashramani Guyana!

As we eat our Cook-up, Fry rice, Roti and curry, with Fry fish or BBQ chicken. Drink I-cee soft drink, Banks beer or El Dorado rum. 103 more words

#AfternoonMagic

Part 3 of 3 .....45 Parties to Hit in a Row

Of course I can’t wrap up this piece of Mashramani celebration in Guyana,  and not share the story of the revelers with you, as they basically epitomizes the spirit of the celebration. 241 more words

Travel

Part 3 of 3- Guyanese Celebration...45 Parties to Hit in a Row

Of course I can’t wrap up this piece of Mashramani celebration in Guyana,  and not share the story of the revelers with you, as they basically epitomizes the spirit of the celebration. 242 more words

Amerindian

Part 2 of 3- Guyanese Celebration...45 Parties to Hit in a Row

..And I called it in my previous blog when I said this band was a boss in that parade, and naturally they came out on top and won in their category. 305 more words

Amerindian

Part 2 of 3- 45 Parties to Hit in a Row

..And I called it in my previous blog when I said this band was a boss in that parade, and naturally they cam out on top and won in their category. 305 more words

Culture

Mash Up in Guyana!

One of the benefits of slow travel is that it greatly increases your chances to run into some form of local celebration or festival. Bonus is that since you’re already in country when said celebration occurs, you probably avoided paying peak travel fares! 579 more words

Wanderlust