Indo Guyanese have carved out their niche in New York and blazing the trail with tasty Guyanese foods and treats. Other Guyanese do not have to feel homesick for their special foods and visitors get a chance to see how good Guyanese foods tastes. Check it out when you visit Brooklyn. Se article below
Wakenaam – a nice article September 10, 2016
I spent a lot of my August holidays at San Souci where my aunt Becca Sturge lived with her 8 children. I had so much fun. Each school holidays either we went there or they came to Leguan. My mom – Sarah Schwartz Archer, are from Mara Johanna. So Wakenaam is like a second home to me. My aunt Becca lived for a few years in the States but has since returned to MJ Wakenaam for a quiet retirement. Hope you enjoy this story
Big Squall in Blenheim September 8, 2016
Ah read in the news that Leguan had a bit of a squall scare – call it our equivalent of a hurricane because we nah custom to dat kind of a weather, house blown over, trees uprooted, eh, eh. Dat is bad. Everybady talkin bout the storm, people ova seas and facebook community start praying fuh de people.. Luckly nobady died. Tank de Lard fuh dat. Dese days wid the global warming everything is rising, cooling and slamming about the place. Wanda what happened to de fowls, chickens, goat,s cow and so an. Ting nah looking good when hurricane storm touch Guyana. We can’t do nuttin bout it but pray dat it move towards Venezuela – dey gat more land an ting. Gad forgive me.