Situated on the East Coast Demerara, Clonbrook us the village between Ann’s Grove and Bee Hive.
Aranaputa Valley sits in the midst of the Pakaraima mountain range. The valley and Lethem are said to be the first two settlements in the Rupununi.
Number 11 Village, Corentyne, Berbice is a small village with a population of just over 300 people.
Central Amelia’s Ward is a quiet village in Linden. It is well laid out because it was built as a housing community and was never subject to squatting.
Endeavour is on the eastern end of the island of Leguan in the Essequibo River and home to less than 200 residents, most of whom farm for a living.
(Continued from last week) Photos by Joanna Dhanraj The only word to describe the village garden is lush.
Kwatamang, one of the five satellite villages of Annai, is situated on very hilly terrain.
Story and photos by Joanna Dhanraj Wowetta in the North Rupununi is one of the five satellite villages of Annai and is home to approximately 400 people of 78 households predominantly of the Macushi and Wapishiana tribes.
Look Out is a tiny village on the East Bank Essequibo, with no more than 200 residents, skirted by Grove and Naamryck.
Photos by Joanna Dhanraj Situated on the East Coast Demerara, Bee Hive is hemmed by the Atlantic Ocean, a coconut plantation and Clonbrook and Greenfield; it is 30 kilometres away from the capital and home to more than 1,500 residents.
When the World Beyond Georgetown visited Perseverance on the Essequibo Coast earlier this month, the festival of Phagwah was being celebrated.
Epsom is one of the smallest villages in the ancient county of Berbice.
(Continued from last week) In a yard filled with colourful flowers neatly displayed in pots lives Carlton Dornick and his wife.
Story and photos by Joanna Dhanraj Home to thousands, Haslington is a relatively large village on the East Coast Demerara, 24.5 kilometres (15.2 miles) from the capital city.
Hydronie on the East Bank Essequibo is sandwiched between Bushy Park and Parika, beginning at the signboard on the road and ending at Market Street, where the trains once ran.
Friendship, one of the longest villages on the East Bank Demerara situated 18 kilometres (nearly 12 miles) from the capital city, is home to some 3,000 people.
Golden Fleece on the Essequibo Coast is situated 13 miles north of Supenaam and is home to approximately 700 persons.
What a name to give to a village, which according to some people is situated ‘behind God’s back’; a village that has no access to public transportation because it is almost four miles off the public road; a village with holes in its roads too big to call potholes and where nothing seems easy.
Story and photos by Joanna Dhanraj The lively village of Ann’s Grove, probably ‘the village that never sleeps,’ was founded back in the early 1800s.
Harlem is a small village on the West Coast Demerara, just over three miles from Vreed-en-Hoop.
Travelling along the Corentyne highway, you could miss Wellington Park, which is considered the smallest village on the Corentyne or maybe even in the entire Berbice, with its 12 houses and population of less than 50 persons.
A small community in the Klein/Pouderoyen area, Phoenix Park is home to approximately 300 residents.
It was still raining on Monday after a long weekend spell of hard showers when the World Beyond Georgetown visited South Amelia’s Ward in Linden.
With about only 30 houses in total, Number Seven Village could very easily not be noticed, although Berbicians traverse what is well known as the Number 19 Public Road umpteen times per day.