Category Archives: Geography

Rupununi Music and Arts Festival – Streaming video – TODAY- April 18. 2021 @ 4.00 pm EST

Rupununi Music & Arts Festival: Streaming Guyana/Caribbean/NY @ 4.00 pm/UK @ 9.00 pm

VIDEO: “Wild Guyana” – By Mike Charles – DVD released in 2008

  • This video was released in 2008, by helicopter Pilot Mike Charles.
  • It is one hour and eight minutes long so relax and enjoy the wonderful photography of this production , which features the wild life of Guyana. View in full screen for best results.

Also view an interview with Mike Charles Published in Guyanese Online – published Feb 05. 2011.           Continue reading

La Soufriere volcano: Biggest volcano explosion yet rocks St Vincent

Ash and smoke billow as the La Soufriere volcano erupts in Kingstown on the eastern Caribbean island of St. Vincent April 9, 2021. REUTERS/Robertson S. Henry
Ash and smoke billow as the La Soufriere volcano erupts in St. Vincent.  REUTERS/Robertson S. Henry

April 12, 2021 – KINGSTOWN, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines,  (Reuters) – Hot flows of ash, rock fragments and gas tore down the flanks of the La Soufriere volcano on the tiny Caribbean island of Saint Vincent today after its most powerful explosion yet, four days after it first started erupting.

La Soufriere erupted back into life on Friday after decades of inactivity, pumping dark clouds of ash some 10 km (6 miles) into the air and prompting an evacuation by sea and land of thousands of nearby residents.

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GUYANA: Prof. Terrence Blackman questions landing site for gas-to-shore project

The proposed Wales Sugar Estate site for landing the gas pipeline.

April 11, 2021 – Kaieteur News – Pursuit of a gas-to-shore project in Guyana is being touted as a likely way to reduce the cost of the generation of electricity in the country, but the development of such a project with a pipeline from the Stabroek Block, slated to be landed at Wales on the West Bank of Demerara, must be done in a clear and transparent manner.  Continue reading

VIDEO: Georgetown Guyana– A Guided Tour

Georgetown Guyana, A Guided Tour. — Aug 16, 2019 By Real Nice Guyana

Come along with us as we show you around Georgetown Guyana.

GUYANA: A Walk around Stabroek Market in Georgetown. Guyana – video

A Walk around Georgetown, Capital City of Guyana

Video by :By Real Nice Guyana:— .A walk around busy Georgetown City in Guyana which is located in South America.

This is Guyana – Georgetown | UltraHD Drone RAW Footage | Video

This is Guyana – Georgetown | UltraHD Drone RAW Footage | Video

Raw footage from GUYANA at the Capital City Georgetown | 2020 |
by One Man Wolf Pack UltraHD Drone Footage. Stock Videos from South America on Sale!

Guyana Drone Flight: Guyana, a country on South Americas North Atlantic coast, is defined by its dense rainforest. English-speaking, with cricket and calypso music, its culturally connected to the Caribbean region. Its capital, Georgetown, is known for British colonial architecture, including tall, painted-timber St. Georges Anglican Cathedral. A large clock marks the facade of Stabroek Market, a source of local produce. In the countrys heartland is Kaieteur Falls, with a straight 226m plunge.  Continue reading

OPINION: No! the idea of CARICOM is not dead – By Sir Ronald Sanders

Sir Ronald Sanders

Kaieteur News – A commentary, published on March 8 by Camillo Gonsalves, a Minister of the Government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, headlined: “Every Island for itself.’ The first line was unequivocal in stating that, “The idea of CARICOM died on December 16, 2020.”

Camillo Gonsalves is a Caribbean man, and an integrationist. Only deep frustration could have occasioned his decision to publish the commentary on his blog site. In the event, his remarks prompted a series of questions to me from Johnson Johnrose, a Caribbean journalist of known repute. I reproduce below the questions he posed and my answers.    Continue reading

The Suez Canal: Container Ship Blocks A Critical Waterway – The Economist + Visual Capitalist

Why the Suez Canal and other choke-points face growing pressure

Shipping volumes, security threats and climate change put the squeeze on vital seaways

The Ever Given Container Ship – click to expand photo

The Economist – Mar 26th – 2021

COMEDY: Geography you can use – with Mr. Wood Jr. – Video