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· August, 2007

Stories about Guyana from August, 2007

Guyana: A Few Things…

From listing the things on her desk (“a pen with invisible feet”) to things she can do (“cheer up sooner rather than later”), Guyana-Gyal will put a smile on your...

Guyana: Dark Side of the Moon

Guyana-Gyal might have missed an eclipse…

Guyana: Whine-Fest!

Guyana-Gyal takes us on a tour of “whine country”…

UK, Caribbean: Colours of Notting Hill Carnival

Notting Hill Carnival, Europe's largest summer festival, is a celebration of both Caribbean culture and London's multicultural heritage. Images posted by various Flickr users give glimpses of the carnival's colours...

Trinidad & Tobago, Guyana: West Indian Writers

Antilles quotes Ian McDonald on the achievements of West Indian writers: “Long after the contradictions and difficulties of our post-colonial societies have been forgotten, the books produced by our writers...

Guyana: A Woman's Role

Stella Ramsaroop finds herself assuming the role of submissive woman…but only long enough for her to use it as an example of how women must not “mindlessly fall in line...

Guyana: Let There Be Light

“Yes, in these bright nights of electricity and days of sunlight, jumbies stalking we land, living jumbies with minds so dead they can’t switch on the light no more…” Guyana-Gyal...

Guyana: Flooding Expected?

“These are not freak occurrences but keep happening year after year with all kinds of excuses meted out for the cause of these floods,” says Guyana Providence Stadium, who is...

Guyana: Georgetown is flooded

“This is the Demerara Cricket Club ground behind that wall – an enclosed wading pool with the slightest rain fall..it must now be a veritable lake,” writes Flickr user Chennette,...

Guyana: Rainmaker

Guyana-Gyal wants to be a rainmaker…

Guyana: Thunder and Lightning

“I wonder if is true, that when you want to know how far away the storm is, count the seconds between the thundah and lightening?” Guyana-Gyal thinks she's caught in...

Guyana: Blogging Mojo

Guyana-Gyal is desperately seeking her blogging mojo…

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