Daily Archives: November 7, 2015

GUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos – 06 November 2015

Capitol TV logoGUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos – 06 November 2015

  • Money Laundering charges for a local businessman
  • More US Government dollars to help fight crime in Guyana
  • They did not represent us says PPP – Red House Controversy
  • A mother wants to know how her baby was injured
  • Berbice Bridge toll deal soon
  • More medical assistance for some communities
  • James bond film screened at Giftland
  • Sports

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GUYANA – Latest News – various sources – 07 November 2015

GUYANA – LATEST NEWS – 07 November 2015  –  Kaieteur News 

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The Promenade Gardens, Georgetown. Guyana.

The Promenade Gardens, Georgetown. Guyana.

The Promenade Gardens is located  in the city of Georgetown, Guyana. The gardens are located between Middle and Newmarket Streets as well as between Waterloo and Carmichael Streets in the city. It stands as the perfect spot for the family and the young at heart to relax and think of mother nature’s countless blessings to the City of Georgetown.
… Photos by Alva Solomon.

The sign along Middle Street tells the story of the gardens. Republic Bank has over the years partnered with the Georgetown Municpality to maintain the Promenade Gardens.

The sign along Middle Street tells the story of the gardens. Republic Bank has over the years partnered with the Georgetown Municpality to maintain the Promenade Gardens.

 

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Rural Caribbean Tourism: A New Opportunity? | Caribbean and Latin America News

Rural Caribbean Tourism: A New Opportunity? | Caribbean and Latin America News

Jarabacoa-in-La-Vega-DR

Jarabacoa in La Vega province in the DR.

By David Jessop

News Americas, LONDON, England, Fri. Nov. 6, 2015: One of my abiding memories of travelling in the Dominican Republic is of staying in a remote and beautiful mountainous area above Jarabacoa in La Vega province.

For those who have never had the good fortune to visit the country’s central range of mountains, these are largely lush and tropical, but their high elevation — 525m and more above sea level — means that they have warm days and cool nights for most of the year.

What made this special for me was that I, a visitor, stayed in a house owned by friends that was located in and above a rural community. It was magical.     Continue reading

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