Suggest Your Article

Sign In
User Name*:
Password*
Register for Free
After you register
you will able to:
   Vote
   Add Comments
   Suggest Articles

   Article Topics
Africa [168]
Egypt [35]
Asia [577]
China [26]
India [97]
Japan [15]
Thailand [38]
Europe [375]
England [11]
France [37]
Italy [43]
Spain [30]
View All Article Topics
Home » Articles » Destinations » South America » The Guianas

Articles
 
 
The Guianas
Submitted by futtrup on 2008-04-23 16:25:27 (via www.futtrup.name)
Travel through Suriname, Guyana and French Guiana
5  votes
Submit Your Vote   |   Add Comment      4 comments   |   Topic: Guyana  
 
Submitted by flock1 on 2008-04-24 09:12:19
Really enjoyed your tale of travelling through these often overlooked countries in South America. You must have a very understanding wife who lets you go off on these flights of fancy!
  |   reply 
Submitted by bindero on 2008-09-04 05:54:11
really enjoyed the article! just one question here... if 80% is covered with forest what do this people do? i mean... how do they have fun over there?
  |   reply 
 
Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-09-04 10:50:55
A lot of the people live in the "bush"... out in the forest of Guyana. I am a missionsary and have been to Guyana three times, but I have not been into the forest part. Although my dad has traveled into the bush. Usually to have fun, I suppose they would travel out to Georgetown to the market or something. But the people in the bush live pretty simple lives, I don't think many of them really travel out much because they are working.
hope this helps a little =]
Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-09-06 19:25:39
<eyecandy10469>
its a qud article but itsz not that accurate
people 4rm the ciity mostly qo 2 the bush
because they want jobsz or because they wanna
brinq thinqs back home for there family
  |   reply 
Submit a Comment
Join for free to comment on this story. Have an account already? Login to comment.
   
Company   |  Advertising   |  Affiliate Program   |  Terms Of Agreement   |  Site map
Bookmark and Share
Copyright  © InfoHub, Inc.   All rights reserved