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  1. #11

    Girls from Venezuela.

    It looks like Guyana would be a good place for girls from Venezuela to cross the border anyone have any info on this.

  2. #10

    Amerindians.

    Anybody got any info on how easy it is to get with Amerindian girls in the villages. I'm sure there must be a sex trade in that community!

  3. #9

    I am in Guyana now

    I am here in Guyana on business. Would love to have a drink with Amerindian or any other guys that may be here. Any advice?

    Quote Originally Posted by AmerIndian  [View Original Post]
    Taxi's in Guyana are relatively cheap but can become costly.

    If you have a lot of moving around to do, rent a taxi by the hour. The cost is $1500 GYD /7. 50 USD per hour. Do not pay anymore than that. HOTEL Taxis are a RIPOFF! I know many reputable and knowledgeble drivers here just contact me when you are coming.

    Cost per trip within Georgetown is $300 to $400 GYD /$1.50 to $2.00 USD per trip costs outside of the city limits can get expensive and most of the mongering places are within the city limits so there is no need to pay more than that.

    Renting a car is by far the most cost effective. Costs range from $5000 GYD /$25.00 USD to $10000 GYD /$50 USD for the day (24 Hours) most require a deposit of around $250.00 USD. Make sure you take pictures of the car and point out every single dent! Before Driving away or you will loose your deposit when you return for some dent that was there before you rented the car.

    If you rent a car, and you're driving a lot, a full tank of gas ($50 USD on average) will last you two days.

    Minibuses are the cheapest form of transportation. (60 GYD /30 cents USD) however the drivers are reckless. Only do this if its part of a sightseeing tour with a hot young piece of ass and she recommends it.

  4. #8

    Street girls

    Hello Amerindian,

    What about de street girls in Georgetown are there any because I'm From Suriname and in Suriname you have a GT street Girls that are not expensive and give good service January I'm going to Suriname and I would like to visit Guyana While I'm there is there any street action?

    Thanks

  5. #7

    Taxi's and transporation

    Taxi's in Guyana are relatively cheap but can become costly.

    If you have a lot of moving around to do, rent a taxi by the hour. The cost is $1500 GYD /7. 50 USD per hour. Do not pay anymore than that. HOTEL Taxis are a RIPOFF! I know many reputable and knowledgeble drivers here just contact me when you are coming.

    Cost per trip within Georgetown is $300 to $400 GYD /$1.50 to $2.00 USD per trip costs outside of the city limits can get expensive and most of the mongering places are within the city limits so there is no need to pay more than that.

    Renting a car is by far the most cost effective. Costs range from $5000 GYD /$25.00 USD to $10000 GYD /$50 USD for the day (24 Hours) most require a deposit of around $250.00 USD. Make sure you take pictures of the car and point out every single dent! Before Driving away or you will loose your deposit when you return for some dent that was there before you rented the car.

    If you rent a car, and you're driving a lot, a full tank of gas ($50 USD on average) will last you two days.

    Minibuses are the cheapest form of transportation. (60 GYD /30 cents USD) however the drivers are reckless. Only do this if its part of a sightseeing tour with a hot young piece of ass and she recommends it.

  6. #6

    Getting here

    You can get to Guyana via the following airlines from the US, UK or Canada, Amsterdam.

    1. Caribbean Airlines (Canada, US, UK, Suriname, Venezuela, all Caribbean) http://www.caribbean-airlines.com/.

    2. Fly Jamaica Airways (Canada, US and Jamaica) http://www.fly-jamaica.com/.

    3. Copa Airlines (Canada, US and Panama) http://www.copaair.com/.

    4. Travel Span (Dominican Rep, Trinidad, US, Canada) http://www.travelspan.com/.

    5. Suriname Airways (Miami, Suriname, Amsterdam, Aruba, french Guiana) http://www.slm.firm.sr/.

    6. Insel Air (Miami, Curacao, Aruba) http://www.fly-inselair.com/.

    7. Conviasa Airlines (Venezuela, Argentina, Brazil, Cuba, Colombia, Spain) http://www.conviasa.aero/.

    A good roundtrip fare is 500 US or less from the US or Canada.

    I am currently researching the best hotels for mongering and will post a list of them when completed.

  7. #5

    Cricket Competition

    Is there any extra action for the cricket competition? How are the Indian girls now? I have been there a few times and it was always a good time. I suppose for the competition there will be more action. Any new reports?

  8. #4

    Getting There

    Just checking it out. You can fly from JFK to Georgetown for about $500 RT on "North American Airlines" direct 5.5 hr flight.

    Georgetown is the only real city in the country. Taxi's cheap and reliable.

    About 190 Guyanese dollars to 1 US which is apparently still a good exchange rate in buying power.

    50% Hindu, 35% African, significant native, populations.

    English is the official language and is widely spoken.

    Very hot and humid.

    How dangerous is it? It's not Haiti. Is Georgetown much more dangerous than Santo Domingo?

  9. #3

    Thinking

    Looking about taking a trip to Guyana.

    Anybody got any new reports?

    Garfield

  10. #2
    Hey Johan can you make a post here on the differnces betweeen the two Guyanas? How safe or dangerous is Guyana now? I think Guyana And Suriname are much cheaper then Freanch Guiana? I would love to visit this area of SA In the future but getting there even from Peru is a lot of money.

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