Lima Sands

Story and photos by Kenesha Fraser

When Sunday Stabroek journeyed into Lima Sands, a village of about 800 inhabitants behind

Anna Regina in Essequibo, the trail used by the villagers was deserted. There are sometimes buses which go in, but these cannot be depended upon and one can be left stranded in the settlement.

A resident doing her daily chores told this newspaper she had been living in the community for over 14 years. “When I come to live here, it didn’t had this …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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