Story and photos by Gaulbert Sutherland

If there is any place in Guyana that should be at the top of the list of places to live, it would be Annai. But as a Rupununian from a much more wonderful part of the Rupununi, it would be blasphemy to say Annai is number one, so let’s just say it is number two on the list.

But Annai has several things in its favour. Perched at the foot of the Pakaraima Mountains, where the savannah rises to meet the forest covered mountains, …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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