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· July, 2007

Stories about Guyana from July, 2007

Caribbean: Seven Wonders of the Caribbean

Why hasn't the Caribbean appeared on the Seven Wonders of the World list? Bajegirl at the Cheese on Bread blog lists the “Seven Wonders of the Caribbean”.

Guyana: And The Award Goes To…

“When I first start blogging, I did feel as if I been talking to meself. Then I discover other bloggers…and suddenly…click…click…the whole world open for me!” Guyana-Gyal passes on The...

Caribbean: West Indies Cricket Board Elections

“You might think that the position is so blighted that no one wants it, or you may think it just odd that only one name apiece was tossed into the...

Guyana: Modern-Day Fairytale?

“Once upon a now time, it got a gyal who believe in love and romance…” Guyana-Gyal is torn between her “well-beloved myths” and reality.

Caribbean: Contemporary Art Exhibition

“Brooklyn sometimes feels like it is part of the Caribbean,” writes Caribbean Beat Blog, reporting on an upcoming exhibition of contemporary Caribbean art at the Brooklyn Museum.

Trinidad & Tobago, Guyana: Tasty Dishes

Lifespan of a Chennette blogs about a few dishes that have formed part of her “Guyanese foodie experience”.

Guyana: Healthy Eating

A book by Michael Pollan gets GuyaneseMark thinking about how lucky he is to be in Guyana, “where my only choice when buying produce and meat is to look at...

Guyana: Technology Trap

Guyana Providence Stadium is all for keeping up with the latest technology – but wonders whether Guyana has more pressing concerns.

Guyana: Silly Love Songs?

“Love…rosemantic love…what it is about it that would make we put we parched, cracked lips to burning sands to suck it up if we think we gon find it there?”...

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