More New Years Eve photos

pic 1Wining and the wine glass: Look, this is how to do it, wine glass and
all. Old Year’s Night at the Pegasus Hotel.

pic 2In style: Making fashion statements at the Pegasus’ Old Year’s Night ball.


pic 3Having a grand time: These fashionistas posed at the Pegasus’  Old
Year’s Night ball.


pic 4What a way to start the New Year! Two kisses for this guy on New year’s
morning at the Pegasus Hotel ball.

pic 5Dressed to the hilt: These two posed on Old Year’s Night at Palm Court.

pic 6A lot to laugh at: President Donald Ramotar greeting a reveller at Palm
Court on Old Year’s Night. At right is former President Bharrat Jagdeo. In the background at left is star batsman Ramnaresh Sarwan.

pic 7A bit of pageantry: Miss Guyana 2009, Imarah Radix with friends at the
Tower Hotel on Old Year’s Night.

pic 8We’re having a good time.

pic 9Let’s get the party started: Trio at the Tower Hotel on Old Year’s Night.

pic 10Shy and not so shy at the Princess Hotel:  This quartet exhibited
vastly different styles on Old Year’s Night.

pic 11Snap us! Old Year’s Night at the Princess Hotel.

pic 12

Gambling on the New Year: Taking a chance at the Princess Casino on
Old Year’s Night.

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