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· October, 2007

Stories about Guyana from October, 2007

Guyana, Jamaica: The Power of Money

Guyana-Gyal knows that money isn’t everything, while Moving Back to Jamaica wonders: “How much would it take to buy my happiness for a day?”

Guyana: View of Guyana

A returning national shares her experience of Guyana with MACO Caribbean Living.

Guyana: Iwokrama

Guyana-Gyal tells the fascinating story of Iwokrama, “part of one of the last four intact rainforests in the whole wide world!”

Guyana: Give the People what they Want

“Guyanese people Abroad so home sick they does crave every juicy detail about things happening here. If ants belch, they need to know what decibel”…so Guyana-Gyal gives them what they...

Guyana: Local Food Prices

“Why is Guyana’s food so damn expensive for Guyanese?” asks The Guyana Groove.

Guyana: If I knew you were coming…

Guyana-Gyal is thinking about baking a cake…

Guyana, Brazil: Building a Bridge

Living Guyana posts photos of the progress that has been made on the construction of the bridge that will link Guyana and Brazil.

Trinidad & Tobago, Jamaica, Guyana: Cricket Highs and Lows

West Indies Cricket Blog marks a high and a low in the world of cricket: the bestowing of “the major honour of the Order of Jamaica” on international cricket umpire...

Guyana: No to Buju Banton

Guyana's Society Against Sexual Orientation Discrimination condemns an upcoming performance by Jamaican dancehall performer Buju Banton.

Guyana: Global warming and the day after

Hot weather makes Guyana-Gyal reflect on a possible day-after environmental disaster scenario: “bangbangbang thousands of foreign people banging on we doors…”

Guyana: Guns vs iPods

What costs more in Guyana, a 9-mm gun or an MP3 player? Guyana Providence Stadium provides some stark figures.

Guyana: Newspapers online

Guyana Providence Stadium compares the websites of the three daily Guyanese newspapers and finds the government-owned paper lacking in savvy.

UK, Caribbean: Cuisine questions

Why isn't Caribbean food more popular in the UK, wonders Can Cook, Must Cook. She responds to online commentary.

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