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Guyana: Much has been done but has passed unnoticed – By Adam Harris

Much has been done but has passed unnoticed

Adam Harris

It is amazing how some things just become a part of the landscape. People have forgotten the days when Georgetown was just a place where garbage was commonplace. I can still remember the huge piles outside John Fernandes wharf and aback of the old Guyana National Cooperative Bank.

There were piles at every corner and the drains became large garbage bins. I have two nephews who served in the United States army. One of them, having come from Iraq, was allowed to come to Guyana to recuperate. He was away from the things that would have made him remember the horrors of what he faced while in Iraq.      Continue reading

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