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Exploring Georgetown, Guyana’s capital city

After 8 days in this beautiful country, we were finally going to check out the city of Georgetown. It is the capital city of Guyana and with a population of 200,000 it is the countries most populated city. Guyana was settled by the Dutch an...
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Becoming a Cowboy on a Guyanese Ranch

Did you know that ranching is a big part of daily life in some parts of Guyana? We certainly didn’t but it turns out that there are huge plots of land around Guyana where you will find ranches. After two nights out in the bush, we headed al...
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The Wild and Wonderful Savannah of Guyana

Going into this trip I really had no idea what to expect. The South American country of Guyana is not very well known in Ireland and most people thought I was talking about the African nation of Ghana when I mentioned it! To make matters mo...
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3 of the Coolest Celebrations In Bhutan

If you ever needed a reason to go anywhere, attending a festival is the perfect excuse. Bhutan is full of these kinds of excuses. The nation hosts celebrations year round celebrating their culture, diversity, and all things wonderful that a...
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When is the Best Time to Visit Bhutan

Bhutan is one of the most beautiful countries in Asia and possibly the world. It is just as mysterious as it is intriguing and can make for one of the most memorable holidays you could ever experience. But Bhutan, just like many other count...
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Backpacking in Bangladesh

JetSetCitizen Interview: Long-term traveling questions

Following up my interview last week about teaching English in Thailand I was asked by another website to answer a few questions about long-term backpacking, how I have managed to stay on the road so long, what I have done for work, the best...
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