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          CARICOM deals a blow to US plans for regime change in Venezuela    

Venezuela’s Foreign Minister, Delcy Rodriguez, recently tweeted that the “US State Department deployed its ambassadors in the region to attack Venezuela. We come with renewed vigor to defeat them at the OAS.”

So said, so done. The US Ambassador to Guyana, Perry Holloway, spewed the US false narrative regarding Venezuela in our local newspapers. US ambassadors in a number of other Caribbean countries did the same. It was a coordinated attempt to mislead the people of Guyana and the region about what is really happening in Venezuela, and to apply pressure on members of CARICOM (Caribbean Community) and the OAS (Organization of American States) to succumb to US calls for intervention, with the aim of overthrowing the democratically elected government of President Nicolas Maduro.

US diplomats in Guyana, and for that matter throughout the Global South, are not diplomats in the strict sense of the word, and can be better described as political activists. They are constantly meddling in the internal affairs of the country they are stationed in, giving directives to the compliant neo-colonial regimes and actively undermining and destabilizing independent and anti-imperialist governments, such as the government in Venezuela.

This latest US psych-ops came just after the May 31st meeting of the OAS in Washington DC and just prior to the June 19th OAS meeting in Cancun, Mexico, where CARICOM member states took a firm and united anti-interventionist position in relation to the current situation in Venezuela, delivering a resounding defeat to the interventionist approach advocated by the US, Mexico, Peru and Panama,

Following the June 19th OAS meeting, Venezuela’s Foreign Minister, Delcy Rodriguez, said: “Today we come with the strength of our people who took to the streets to denounce the interventionism of the Organization of American States, we come with the force of the rain of our commander Hugo Chavez. Independence and sovereignty triumphed today over the United States of America, with its brutal pressure, with its gross extortion, with its maneuvers…”

She added that the call for intervention encourages the “most violent, anti-democratic factions in our country,” and she thanked the Caribbean nations for their “deeply principled stand.”
In his letter and articles, US ambassador, Perry Holloway, had the temerity to lecture Guyana and other member-states of the OAS about their obligation to democracy and human rights. He stated that: “The diverse family of nations in the Americas recognizes democracy is a part of our collective DNA. Sixteen years ago in Peru, we underscored this principle with the adoption of the Inter-American Democratic Charter, affirming the right of the peoples of the Americas to democracy and obligating our governments to defend that right.”

I suggest that before US diplomats in the Caribbean and the Americas offer any criticism or advice to Venezuela or any member-state of the OAS on issues of democracy and human rights, they should first examine the behavior of their own government in relation to their undemocratic practices and policies, both internally and around the world, and their endless list of war crimes and crimes against humanity.

Trump lays bare sham democracy

The only positive aspect of Trump’s presidency is that it is exposing, once and for all, the sham that parades as US democracy and concern for human rights. The entirely undemocratic nature of US internal and foreign policy is clear to all in 2017. Even that minority of citizens on this planet who still held out some hope that the US resembled anything close to a democracy, have now seen through the façade. American political philosopher, Sheldon S. Wolin, in his brilliant work, Democracy Incorporated: Managed Democracy and the Specter of Inverted Totalitarianism, renders a devastating critique of US democracy and is a vital read for anyone who wishes to understand the latent fascism that underpins the politics of this Empire.

Former US Attorney-General, Ramsay Clark, had this to say: “We’re not a democracy. It’s a terrible misunderstanding and a slander to the idea of democracy to call us that. In reality, we’re a plutocracy, a government by the wealthy.” He compared President George W. Bush to Adolf Hitler, and is on record as saying at the outset of the US invasion of Iraq, that it “will be genocide again,” adding that “the greatest crime since World War Two has been US foreign policy.”

As I watch the hue and cry over Trump’s actions, it reminds me of Adolph Hitler’s response to Europe’s criticism of his policies. He told them: “I am only doing out in the open what you have been doing behind closed doors for centuries.”

A meme that was circulated at the end of Obama’s presidency said it best: “Only in shallow, self-absorbed, privileged America could a leader drop 26,000 bombs on seven countries in a single year, and have citizens mourn the end of his term because he looked and sounded classy while doing it.”

The illusion highlighted in this meme picks up on the public relations stunt that has become a hallmark of the US establishment, and which Sheldon Wolin identifies as a major feature of the “inverted totalitarianism” that exists in the US today. He describes “inverted totalitarianism” as a state of affairs where a small ruling elite (the 1%) have established an authoritarian society which benefits them exclusively. In this society, corporations have corrupted and subverted democracy, and natural resources and labor are seen as mere commodities to be exploited for huge profits.

This status quo is maintained by a sophisticated propaganda machine that lulls the majority of people into apathy. Central to reinforcing this hegemon is a tightly controlled corporatized media, a mouthpiece for the establishment, that is constantly spinning fake news and false narratives, and emphasizing rabid consumerism, individualism and the politics of personality and sensationalism. Wolin, like Clark, compares modern day USA to Nazi Germany, pointing out that the form is different but the essence, that is, fascism, is the same.

Friendly fascism

Tirty-seven years ago, political scientist, Bertram Gross, coined the term “friendly fascism” and predicted the Orwellian reality we are witnessing today in the US. His thesis converges with the conclusions reached by Wolin, Clark and others.

In his farewell address at the end of his presidency in 1961, Republican Dwight Eisenhower, warned the American people about the dangers of the “Military Industrial Complex”, the control it exerted and its ability to, in his words, “weaken or destroy the very institutions and principles it was designed to protect.” This has surely come to pass.

So, before US diplomats such as Perry Holloway attempt to discredit the Bolivarian Revolution in Venezuela, initiated by one of the most revered freedom fighters in the Americas, the late Hugo Chavez, and led today by President Nicolas Maduro and the United Socialist Party of Venezuela with the support of the majority of the people of Venezuela, they would do well to take a long and hard look at the crisis of democracy in their own country.

Let Mr. Holloway explain to Guyanese and the citizenry of all member-states of the OAS why, in 2017, Africans in the US continue to be gunned down in the streets on a regular basis.
Let him explain to us why the US has the largest number of persons imprisoned per capita in the world, and why the prisoners are disproportionately made up of Africans, Indigenous and other people of color, before he points the finger at a revolution that has lifted African and Indigenous Venezuelans out of debilitating discrimination and poverty.

Let Mr. Holloway address the situation of US political prisoners like Mumia Abu-Jamal, Jamil Al-Amin (formerly Rap Brown), Leonard Peltier and so many others who are languishing in US prisons before he speaks of Venezuela’s human rights record.

Let the US Ambassador focus on the shocking poverty and illiteracy statistics emerging from his own country, before he points the finger at the Bolivarian revolution which has made unprecedented gains in eradicating poverty and illiteracy amongst the masses of Venezuela’s poor. Anyone who visited oil rich Venezuela prior to the Bolivarian revolution can testify to the abhorrent conditions and the repressive measures used to subjugate the majority of Venezuelans, and in particular, African and Indigenous Venezuelans.

Does the Ambassador truly believe that his letters and articles, full of the usual delusional and empty rhetoric, would convince any of us that his government is concerned about democracy and human rights in Venezuela, or anywhere in the world for that matter, after we have witnessed the apocalyptic events in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria and the list goes on?

Does Mr. Holloway think we have forgotten our own history in the Americas and the Caribbean, including the US orchestrated coups that overthrew the democratically elected governments of President Jacobo Arbenz in Guatemala, President Salvador Allende in Chile, Prime Minister Maurice Bishop in Grenada, President Manuel Zelaya in Honduras and the constitutional coup against President Dilma Rousseff in Brazil? What about the removal at gunpoint of President Jean-Bertrand Aristide by US military personnel in Haiti?

There is not the space in a single article to even list the US crimes in our region. Just to chronicle them warrants a book. If we were to list US crimes against the whole of humanity, we are looking at a library of books. The US Empire and the British, French, Spanish, Portuguese and Dutch Empires that preceded it, have been without doubt the worst examples of terrorism in all of human history.

In his letter and article, Mr. Holloway advises that “when a government breaks with democracy, we must act in solidarity with its people, not through intervention or interference, but with diplomacy and mediation among all parties to help find a peaceful, democratic, and comprehensive solution.” Tell us Mr. Holloway: Are the examples listed above your idea of diplomacy and mediation?

These governments were not removed because of their lack of democracy or abuse of human rights. They were removed, like countless others throughout the Global South, because they were attempting to free their country from the clutches of the Empire, and liberate their wealth and resources so that they might benefit the masses of their people. Our own founding fathers in Guyana, Cheddi Jagan and Forbes Burnham, were subjected to the same destabilization tactics at the hands of the US government and its CIA.

Empire loses its grip

The US and its diplomats need to understand that with the advent of the internet and the availability of information in this day and age, the Empire has lost all credibility. There is no one left on earth who can be misled by their hollow and hypocritical rhetoric. Do not be fooled by those who dare not speak openly -- they are afraid of losing their visas and even worse reprisals. Regardless of their cowardice and silence, everyone knows that the Emperor is naked. Behind closed doors, even those satraps who publicly profess their allegiance, such as the Saudis, snigger and jeer at the hideous state of affairs in the United States of America.

As the US Empire crumbles, its vampires, who have sucked the blood of the sufferers for so long, are in panic mode because, despite their descent into blatant authoritarianism and fascism, they continue to lose their grip on the terrifying world they have created, as it spins more and more out of control. The ugly death squads such as Al Qaeda and ISIS, the very Frankensteins of their own making, are turning right back on them. As Malcom X observed so long ago, the chickens must come home to roost. One cannot keep up with the number of attacks in the US and Europe.

One of the vampires, largely credited with creating Al Qaeda, a former US National Security Advisor, and founder of the Rockefeller-controlled Trilateral Commission, Zbigniew Brzezinski, in a speech to British elites at Chatham House in 2008, spoke volumes when he said:

“…new and old major powers face still yet another novel reality, in some respects unprecedented, and it is that while the lethality of their power is greater than ever, their capacity to impose control over the politically awakened masses of the world is at an historical low…I once put it rather pungently, and I was flattered that the British Foreign Secretary repeated this… namely, in earlier times, it was easier to control a million people than physically to kill a million people. Today, it is infinitely easier to kill a million people than to control a million people.”

The majority of CARICOM countries are governed by neo-colonial political outfits and even they voted against US plans for regime change in Venezuela.”
The current US administration, like its predecessors, whether Democrat or Republican, is involved in just that, killing millions of people all over the world in its bid to control, and trying desperately to convince us of the absurd notion that that they are doing this in the name of democracy and human rights. Trouble is, no one is buying it? The majority of CARICOM countries are governed by neo-colonial political outfits and even they voted against US plans for regime change in Venezuela. The playbook is old and tired. Donald Trump just tied up an arms deal worth 350 billion US dollars with the corrupt and entirely undemocratic regime of Saudi Arabia, a regime that is without doubt the main proliferator of the ideology of Wahhabism and the movements intent on imposing this ideology worldwide, such as Al Qaeda, Boko Haram, Al Nusra Front and ISIS. All these weapons to a government that is funding terrorism worldwide and committing genocide in Yemen.

And, when the power struggle between the Saudis and the Qataris surfaced, Trump paid lip service to the manufactured war on terror by publicly condemning Qatar’s support for terrorism, and days later sold the Qataris US military hardware worth 12 billion dollars. In light of this hypocrisy and blatant disregard for the victims of these rogue states and their global terrorist network, can you really expect us to believe that your concern with Venezuela is about lack of democracy and human rights?

No shame
Finally, to Mr. Holloway and his cohorts throughout the region, your expressed shock and horror about the so-called spillover from Venezuela’s current predicament was perhaps the most shameful part of your missive: “The spillover effects from Venezuela’s crisis are serious and growing, whether it is irregular migrant flows to countries in our region or the increasing flow of arms and criminal activity that affect the Caribbean in particular.”

This is rich coming from the people who illegally invaded Libya, murdered the Libyan leader and freedom fighter, Muammar Qaddafi in the street, and in so doing, destroyed the most prosperous and democratic nation on the African continent, causing a migration crisis of a magnitude never seen before. Your government handed over the nation of Libya to a conglomerate of thugs, criminals, terrorists and reactionary warlords, and this spillover continues to wreak havoc throughout Africa and the Arab Region six years on. Before you concern yourself with any spillover in the Caribbean, please deal with the spillover from your criminal invasion of Libya, a spillover that only this month reached Manchester, England.

In Guyana, the Americas and throughout the Global South, the masses of people are sick and tired of the same old playbook -- the one that is in fact the cause of the current situation in Venezuela. But then, that is part of the devil’s own script, cause the problem and then come to us as savior, with a solution. It plays like this: the US, through its infamous web of security agencies, NGOs, Aid Agencies, think-tanks and other Trojan horses, destabilize, sow confusion and do everything in their power to overthrow any government and subjugate any people that refuse to obey Empire. Recently, more than 300,000 Venezuelans took to the streets in support of President Nicolas Maduro and the Bolivarian Revolution.

The opposition held a demonstration that attracted 50,000. Of course, in your United States, the corporate media is reporting just the opposite. By the admission of your own president they are the purveyors of fake news and this is just another example of your country’s lack of democracy. The bottom line is this Mr. Holloway: your country and its government is no way fit to point the finger at anyone when it comes to infringement of democracy, democratic values and human rights.

In your letters and articles you ask: “If these things were happening in our own countries, would we not want the rest of our American family of nations to speak out, and reach out, to help restore fundamental democratic freedoms and respect for constitutional institutions?”

In your own words you proclaim that: “The Organization of American States has for decades provided a forum to discuss our greatest challenges and take action together to address them. The challenge before us today is the death spiral of democracy in Venezuela.”

What you say in the two quotes above is correct except for one thing, the challenge before us today is not the death spiral of democracy in Venezuela, it is the death spiral of democracy in the United States and an evil Empire spinning out of control.

You are right -- the OAS should take immediate action to prevent further terrorism and turmoil because the spillover worldwide from the crisis in the United States is serious and growing.

* GERALD A. PERREIRA is chairperson of the Guyanese organizations Black Consciousness Movement Guyana (BCMG) and Organization for the Victory of the People (OVP) and an executive member of the Caribbean Chapter of the Network in Defense of Humanity. He lived in Libya for many years, served in the Green March, an international battalion for the defense of the Al Fatah Revolution, and was an executive member of the World Mathaba based in Libya. This article previously appeared in Black Agenda Report.

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          Will oil corrupt a small Caribbean state?   

Waiting for the wealth to trickle down

SOUTH AMERICA’S only English-speaking country is one of its poorest. But perhaps not for much longer: Guyana has struck black gold. By 2020 ExxonMobil, the world’s biggest private oil firm, expects to be pumping oil in Guyanese waters, with Hess and Nexen, its American and Chinese partner firms. In the past two years they have found reserves of around 2bn barrels. Five more promising prospects will be drilled by 2018, and then perhaps a dozen more. Guyana could be producing 120,000 barrels per day by 2020, and more than 400,000 by the mid-2020s.

Even with oil at under $50 a barrel, this is vast wealth for a nation of just 750,000. But the Guyanese seem strangely underwhelmed. “It will not trickle down,” a street trader shrugs. Little of the work will be done onshore. Guyana has few engineers and no heavy industry. A global glut of refining capacity means there is no point in Guyana building its own. Oil will be...


          Something to get started   
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Hi All, Welcome to my first Podcast. I have an interest in a range of music but reggae and soul are my preferences. In this first cast I've have included some songs that were huge hits in Guyana. There are some Jamaican RnB killers that I hope you like. Have a listen and tell me what you think, and if there any other songs you are looking for or can recommend then let me know. 1) My commanding wife - Boris Gardiner 2) You're wondering now - The Specials 3) Yea Yea Baby - Stranger Cole Feat. Pasty Todd 4) Stick by me - John Holt 5) Lover's Reward - The Blues Busters 6) Play me - Marcia Griffith 7) There will always be sunshine - The Blues Busters 8) Lost Love - John Holt 9) Let me down easy/version - Derrick Harriot
          THE WARRACABA TIGER AND OTHER SOUTH AMERICAN PACK-HUNTING MYSTERY CATS   

Bush dog (public domain)

According to native Indian testimony, as well as that of certain Western explorers and cryptozoological investigators, South America is home to several different types of mysterious, scientifically-unidentified cat that are very distinct from one another morphologically but which are reputedly united by a single characteristic that if genuine is highly unusual for jungle-dwelling felids – for they supposedly hunt in packs, like dogs. Indeed, so unusual do these ostensibly canine cats seem that, as will be revealed here, some authorities have suggested that perhaps they truly are canids, and not felids at all. (And for another South American mystery cat that may in reality be a dog, click here to read my ShukerNature article re the mitla)..

TRUMPETING ABOUT GUYANA'S FEROCIOUS WARRACABA TIGERS
The warracaba (or waracabra) tiger, as it is known to the Guyanan natives, differs from the typical jaguar (called 'tigre' by Hispanics here) in an extremely significant way with respect to behaviour. For whereas the recognised jaguar Panthera onca (whether spotted or black) is a solitary hunter, Guyana's elusive warracaba tiger allegedly hunts in packs, which in turn may contain dozens of individuals. Needless to say, any felid that hunted in this manner would be a very special kind of cat indeed.

Normal spotted jaguar with black (melanistic) jaguar (public domain)

Not surprisingly, therefore, the warracaba tiger has attracted considerable interest from travellers to Guyana. In an Animal Kingdom periodical article from 1957, the eminent American naturalist and author William Bridges incorporated an impressive series of reports concerning this animal, dating back to the end of the 19th Century (oddly, modern-day reports are all but non-existent). These include the following selection.

In his book Twenty-Five Years in British Guiana, published in 1898, Henry Kirke, a former Sheriff of Demerara, noted:

There is a mysterious beast in the forest called by the native Indians the "waracabra tiger." All travellers in the forests of Guiana speak of this dreaded animal, but strange to say, none of them appear to have seen it. The Indians profess the greatest terror of it. It is said to hunt in packs (which tigers [jaguars] never do), and when its howls awake the echoes of the forest, the Indians at once take to their canoes and wood skins as the only safe refuge from its ravages.

Indeed, this was precisely the action taken by Indian attendants of British explorer C. Barrington Brown upon hearing (though not seeing) the approach of one such pack in an incident occurring at the edge of Guyana's Curiebrong River during the mid-1800s. On this occasion, a single boat was used as the means of escape, which Brown boarded too. Enquiring the nature of these evidently much-feared felids, Brown was informed by the Indians that they were small but exceedingly ferocious tigers; that they hunted in packs; and that they were not frightened by camp fires or anything except the barking of dogs. Upon crossing the river, however:

...a shrill scream rent the air from the opposite side of the river, not two hundred yards above our camp, and waking up echoes in the forest, died away as suddenly as it rose. This was answered by another cry, coming from the depths of the forest, the intervals being filled up by low growls and trumpeting sounds, which smote most disagreeably on the ear. Gradually the cries became fainter and fainter, as the band retired from our vicinity, till they utterly died away.

Brown remarked that these beasts' cry resembled that of the waracabra bird (better known as the grey-winged trumpeter Psophia crepitans, a predominantly glossy-black relative of the cranes, coots and bustards), hence the name 'waracabra tiger'. These latter mystery animals are called y'agamisheri by the Accawoio Indians, who state that they vary in both size and colour and that as many as a hundred individuals can constitute a single pack. Little wonder that Brown's Indian companions were so desperate to depart. The prospect of meeting up with a hundred or so jaguars (even under-sized ones) all at once would surely daunt even the most courageous of human hunters!

Vintage photos of trumpeters (public domain)

In Among the Indians of Guiana, published in 1883, author and explorer Sir Everard F. im Thurn alleged that he had actually encountered three warracaba tiger eyewitnesses but admitted that it was clear that the tale related by one of them was much exaggerated. Im Thurn also offered his own suggestion concerning these fabled felids, that reports of them had taken their roots from the fact that puma families occasionally travel together.

During the early part of the 20th Century, Lee S. Crandall, who went on to become the General Curator of New York's Bronx Zoo, spent time working in Guyana and encountered many reports of the warracaba tiger. Once again, however, he never met an Indian who affirmed unequivocally that he had not merely heard but had also actually seen any of these mysterious creatures. This latter aspect is a frequent but notably perplexing com­ponent of warracaba tiger reports - the creatures are heard but never seen.

Consequently, as a solution to the mystery of the warracaba tiger and especially to this notably strange facet of their case history, Crandall proposed the following elegant explanation. Namely, that this beast was not a special form of jaguar at all; instead, it was simply some animal species that hunted in packs at night, yet which voiced such terrifying sounds whilst doing so that no Indian had ever been brave enough to investigate the identity of these sounds' originators - as a result of which they had never realised that this aurally abhorrent creature was in fact already known to them by sight during the daytime.

Crandall even named the species that he felt was responsible - an animal that is neither jaguar nor, in fact, any form of felid, but is one of South America's most unusual species of wild dog. Namely, the bush dog Speothos (formerly Icticyon) venaticus, a very curious, little-known canid not closely related to other species.

Bush dogs (© Dr Karl Shuker)

Measuring no more than 3 ft in total length and a mere 1 ft in shoulder height, in colour it is dark reddish-brown dorsally and virtually black ventrally (rather rare amongst non-melanistic mammals). The bush dog's distribu­tion extends from Panama and Colombia to northern Venezuela, Brazil, Guyana, Surinam, French Guiana, northernmost Ecuador, eastern Peru, northern Bolivia, and Paraguay. According to certain reports, it does hunt in packs (indeed, it may spend its entire life in packs), but in general behaviour is exceedingly secretive.

Worth noting was the impression by botanist Dr Nicholas Guppy (who had spent much time in Guyana) that, whereas the older Indians still believe that packs of warracaba tigers exist in the more remote mountainous regions, the younger Indians seem more disposed to believing the Western identification of them as bush dogs.

And certainly, as far as its distribution, hunting behaviour, and general elusiveness are concerned, the bush dog does compare favourably with the legendary warracaba tiger (and, as the latter is not normally seen, morphological comparisons are superfluous). Conversely, the famous hideous scream of the warracaba tiger contrasts sharply with the relatively feeble whine voiced by bush dogs. Also, it is rather difficult to believe that the Guyanan Indians, frightened or not, could really confuse - visually and/or aurally, singly and/or in packs - a bush dog with any form of jaguar. The mystery of the warracaba tiger may not be solved after all.

PACK-HUNTING MYSTERY FELIDS OF PERU AND ECUADOR
The most obscure pack-hunting crypto-cats reputedly inhabiting South America, however, are those that have been variously reported from Peru and Ecuador.

During the 1990s, Peru-born zoologist Dr Peter Hocking collected native reports concerning a number of mystifying cat forms allegedly existing in Peru but which are not known to science. One of these is the so-called 'jungle wildcat', reported from montane forests in the lower Urubamba River valley. Apparently, it is no larger than an average domestic cat, is patterned in a varied assortment of blotches, and has noticeably long fangs. Far more distinctive, however, is its apparent proclivity for hunting in packs, containing ten or more individuals.

While visiting southern Ecuador's Morona-Santiago province in July 1999, Spanish cryptozoologist Angel Morant Forés learnt of several mystery cats said to inhabit this country's Amazonian jungles. Upon his return home, he documented them in an online field report, entitled 'An investigation into some unidentified Ecuadorian mammals', which he uploaded in autumn 1999 onto French cryptozoologist Michel Raynal's website, the Virtual Institute of Cryptozoology, and from where I downloaded a copy of it (fortunately, as it turned out, because, like so often happens in the ephemeral world of cyberspace, it now seems to have vanished). These very intriguing crypto-felids included two different alleged pack-hunting forms.

Vintage photograph from 1913 of a captive small-eared dog (public domain)

One of them is the tsere-yawá, which is also said by the native tribes to be semi-aquatic. Angel was informed that this 3-ft-long felid hunted in packs of 8-10 individuals, and was brown in colour, like the brown capuchin monkey whose local name, tsere, it shares. In 1999, a young man named Christian Chumbi from Sauntza allegedly saw eight of these cats less than 50 ft away in the river Yukipa. Unfortunately, there are insufficient morphological details available to attempt any taxonomic identification of this mystery felid.

Interestingly, the small-eared dog or zorro Atelocynus microtis, a surprisingly cat-like wild dog, inhabits Ecuador, and is known to be semi-aquatic – it even has partly-webbed feet. So might this reclusive canid species. already proposed elsewhere by me as an identity for a feline mystery mammal called the mitla (click here), once again be in contention as the true identity of a supposed crypto-cat?

Alternatively, otters are social creatures, so could the tsere-yawá actually turn out to be lutrine rather than either feline or canine? Indeed, one South American species, the marine otter Lontra felina, is so feline in outward mien that it is even referred to colloquially as the sea cat (it is predominantly coastal in distribution but will sometimes enter rivers in search of freshwater crustaceans). The other three species of South American otter currently known to science are the neotropical river otter L. longicaudis, the southern river otter L. provocax, and the aptly-named giant otter or saro Pteronura brasiliensis.

An 1848 illustration of the marine otter or sea cat Lontra felina (public domain)

The second Ecuadorian feline pack-hunter is known as the jiukam-yawá. As Angel was only able to collect second-hand reports of it, not personal eyewitness accounts, however, he declined to document this cryptid in his field report.

With so little in terms of morphological details to analyse, the supposed pack-hunting felids of Peru and Ecuador currently remain enigmatic to say the least. However, should any zoologist with cryptozoological interests be visiting either or both of these South American countries on official research business at some stage in the future, they should consider devoting some of their spare time there to the questioning of local inhabitants concerning the above mystery cats(?), in the hope of obtaining additional details.

After all, when dealing with creatures as paradoxical as pack-hunting mystery cats – not to mention a semi-aquatic cat! – every snippet of information procured is a major bonus that may conceivably shed much-needed light upon these baffling beasts' identities.







          A COMPLETE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MY BOOKS   

My first 25 books - click picture to enlarge (© Dr Karl Shuker)

Today is the fourth anniversary of my mother Mary Shuker's passing. I owe my lifelong love of reading, writing, and nature to Mom - her love for all wildlife nurtured my own from my earliest days, and her impeccable command of the English language tutored and guided my own throughout my life. Consequently, to commemorate and celebrate her kindly, positive, and truly immeasurable influence upon my entire existence and career, the present ShukerNature blog article is dedicated to my mother, and consists of a frequently-requested, currently-complete listing of all of the books that I have written, have acted as consultant for, have contributed to, or to which I have written a foreword. It will be updated whenever new books need to be added here.

Without you, Mom, none of my writings would have existed - God bless you, and thank you for the inestimable love, joy, happiness, and blessings that you gave to me and bestowed upon me by being in my life as my mother.

Mom and my Jack Russell terrier Patch during the mid-late 1970s (© Dr Karl Shuker)


Mystery Cats of the World: From Blue Tigers To Exmoor Beasts (Robert Hale Ltd: London, 1989)

Extraordinary Animals Worldwide (Robert Hale: London, 1991)

The Lost Ark: New and Rediscovered Animals of the 20th Century (HarperCollins: London, 1993)

Dragons: A Natural History (Aurum Press: London/Simon & Schuster: New York, 1995)

In Search of Prehistoric Survivors: Do Giant 'Extinct' Creatures Still Exist? (Blandford: London, 1995)

The Unexplained: An Illustrated Guide to the World's Natural and Paranormal Mysteries (Carlton Books: London/JG Press: North Dighton, 1996)

From Flying Toads To Snakes With Wings: From the Pages of FATE Magazine (Llewellyn Publications: St Paul, Minnesota,1997)

Mysteries of Planet Earth: An Encyclopedia of the Inexplicable (Carlton Books: London, 1999)

The Hidden Powers of Animals: Uncovering the Secrets of Nature (Reader's Digest: Pleasantville/Marshall Editions: London, 2001)

The New Zoo: New and Rediscovered Animals of the Twentieth Century [fully-updated, greatly-expanded, new edition of The Lost Ark] (House of Stratus Ltd: Thirsk, UK/House of Stratus Inc: Poughkeepsie, USA, 2002)

The Beasts That Hide From Man: Seeking the World's Last Undiscovered Animals (Paraview Press: New York, 2003)

Extraordinary Animals Revisited: From Singing Dogs To Serpent Kings (CFZ Press: Bideford, 2007)

Dr Shuker's Casebook: In Pursuit of Marvels and Mysteries (CFZ Press: Bideford, 2008)

Dinosaurs and Other Prehistoric Animals on Stamps: A Worldwide Catalogue (CFZ Press: Bideford, 2008)

Star Steeds and Other Dreams: The Collected Poems (CFZ Press: Bideford, 2009)

Karl Shuker's Alien Zoo: From the Pages of Fortean Times (CFZ Press: Bideford, 2010)

The Encyclopaedia of New and Rediscovered Animals: From the Lost Ark to the New Zoo - and Beyond (Coachwhip Publications: Landisville, 2012)

Cats of Magic, Mythology, and Mystery: A Feline Phantasmagoria (CFZ Press: Bideford, 2012)

Mirabilis: A Carnival of Cryptozoology and Unnatural History (Anomalist Books: San Antonio, 2013)

Dragons in Zoology, Cryptozoology, and Culture (Coachwhip Publications: Greenville, 2013)

The Menagerie of Marvels: A Third Compendium of Extraordinary Animals (CFZ Press: Bideford, 2014) 

A Manifestation of Monsters: Examining the (Un)Usual Subjects (Anomalist Books: San Antonio, 2015)

More Star Steeds and Other Dreams: The Collected Poems - 2015 Expanded Edition (Fortean Words: Bideford, 2015)

Here's Nessie! A Monstrous Compendium From Loch Ness (CFZ Press: Bideford, 2016)

Still In Search Of Prehistoric Survivors: The Creatures That Time Forgot? (Coachwhip Publications: Darke County, 2016)

Some alternative-cover editions of various of my books (© Dr Karl Shuker)

NB - Several of my books have also been published in editions sporting various alternative covers and/or titles, and/or also in various foreign-language editions, as demonstrated via the selections of examples depicted directly above and directly below this present paragraph, but for reasons of conciseness I have not itemised these editions separately here.

A selection of the many foreign-language editions of my book Dragons: A Natural History currently published - click picture to enlarge (those shown here are as follows - From left to right, top row: English, Czech, Italian, Spanish, and Japanese; bottom row: Estonian, Hungarian, German, Dutch, and French. There are others, but I don't have copies of them so far - publishers are not always good at sending complimentary copies to the authors!) (© Dr Karl Shuker) 

Consultant and also Contributor

Man and Beast (Reader's Digest: Pleasantville, New York, 1993)

Secrets of the Natural World (Reader's Digest: Pleasantville, New York, 1993)

Almanac of the Uncanny (Reader's Digest: Surry Hills, Australia, 1995)

The Guinness Book of Records/Guinness World Records 1998-present day (Guinness: London, 1997-present day)


Consultant

Monsters (Lorenz Books: London, 2001)


Contributor

Fortean Times Weird Year 1996 (Fortean Times/John Brown Publishing Ltd: London, 1996)

Mysteries of the Deep (Llewellyn: St Paul, 1998)

Guinness Amazing Future (Guinness: London, 1999) 

The Earth (Channel 4 Books: London, 2000) 

Chambers Dictionary of the Unexplained (Chambers: Edinburgh, 2007) 

Chambers Myths and Mysteries (Chambers: Edinburgh, 2008) 

The Fortean Times Paranormal Handbook (Dennis Publishing: London, 2009) 

Death Worm: Metamorphosis of the Allghoi Khorkhoi [in Russian] (Salamandra P.V.V.: Moscow, 2014) 

Folk Horror Revival: Field Studies (Wyrd Harvest Press/Lulu, 2015) 

Tales of the Damned: An Anthology of Fortean Horror (Fortean Fiction: Bideford, 2016)

Plus numerous contributions to the Centre for Fortean Zoology's Animals and Men Yearbooks, Fortean Studies volumes, and various other annual publications.


Contributor (CD ROM Format)

Of Monsters and Miracles (Croydon Museum Services & Interactive Designs Ltd: Oxton, 1995)


Editor

Journal of Cryptozoology [currently the world's only peer-reviewed scientific journal devoted to cryptozoology] (CFZ Press: Bideford, 2012-present day)


Contributor of Foreword to Other Authors' Books

DOWNES, Jonathan, The Smaller Mystery Carnivores of the Westcountry (CFZ Publications: Exwick, 1996) 

SCREETON, Paul, Whisht Lads and Haad Yor Gobs: The Lambton Worm and Other Northumbrian Dragon Legends (Northeast Press Ltd: Pennywell, 1998) 

BEER, Trevor, Trevor Beer's Nature Watch (Halsgrove: Tiverton, 1998) 

BEER, Endymion, Down Ferny Lane (Edward Gaskell: Bideford, 2005) 

JAMES, Corinna, and DOWNES, Jonathan (eds) CFZ Expedition Report 2006 Gambia (CFZ Press: Bideford, 2006) 

ARNOLD, Neil, Monster! The A-Z of Zooform Phenomena (CFZ Press: Bideford, 2007) 

DOWNES, Jonathan, and DOWNES, Corinna (eds), CFZ Expedition Report 2007 Guyana (CFZ Press: Bideford, 2007)

WOODLEY, Michael A., In the Wake of Bernard Heuvelmans: An Introduction to the History and Future of Sea Serpent Classification (CFZ Press: Bideford, 2008) 

DOWNES, Jonathan (ed.), CFZ Expedition Report 2008 Russia (CFZ Press: Bideford, 2008) 

MOLLOY, Nick, Predator Deathmatch (CFZ Press: Bideford, 2009) 

FREEMAN, Richard, CFZ Expedition Report 2010 India (CFZ Press: Bideford, 2010) 

PACIOREK, Andrew L., Strange Lands: A Field-Guide to the Celtic Otherworld (Andrew L. Paciorek: Howden-le-Wear, 2011) 

GERHARD, Ken, Encounters With Flying Humanoids: Mothman, Manbirds, Gargoyles and Other Winged Beasts (Llewellyn Publications: St Paul, Minnesota, 2013) 

LANG, Rebecca (ed.) The Tasmanian Tiger: Extinct or Extant? (Strange Nation Publishing: Sydney, 2014) 

MUIRHEAD, Richard, Muirhead's Mysteries (CFZ Press: Bideford, 2016)

Something different - how various of my books' front covers would look if viewed as negatives (© Dr Karl Shuker)






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*Sample Price: This offer is available from hundreds of origin cities, but this price, which reflects the offer, is based on travel between Atlanta and Montego Bay, staying at the Riu Negril in Negril. Price is per person, based on double occupancy and select Monday departures and Friday returns, September 18 – 22, 2017, and is subject to change. Additional restrictions and baggage charges may apply. See Terms and Conditions for details.

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Riu Palace Tropical Bay

Riu Palace Tropical Bay

A splendid, Victorian-style property, this all-inclusive resort features a spectacular lobby, magnificent gardens, a varied selection of restaurants and lounges, lively entertainment and an array of activities and sports for the active spirit. The complex includes two fresh-water swimming pools, a solaRium terrace, wellness center and a vast beach for relaxing to the sounds of the ocean.




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Riu Republica – Adults Only

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Riu Palace St. Martin

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In the picturesque village of Anse Marcel, all-inclusive Riu Palace St. Martin sits on a secluded cove, leading to a half-moon beach that opens to the sea. Highlights include a variety of daytime and evening activities, the largest pool on the island, onsite marina, close proximity to a nature preserve, Orient Beach and the Village of Grand Case.

 

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CANCUN, MEXICO
Riu Cancun
Riu Caribe
Riu Palace Las Americas – Adults Only
Riu Palace Peninsula

LOS CABOS, MEXICO
Riu Palace Cabo San Lucas 
Riu Santa Fe

MAZATLAN, MEXICO
Riu Emerald Bay

RIVIERA MAYA, MEXICO
Riu Lupita
Riu Palace Mexico
Riu Palace Riviera Maya
Riu Playacar
Riu Tequila
Riu Yucatan

RIVIERA NAYARIT, MEXICO
Riu Jalisco
Riu Palace Pacifico
Riu Vallarta

PUERTO PLATA, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
Riu Bachata
Riu Merengue

PUNTA CANA, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
Riu Bambu
Riu Naiboa
Riu Palace Bavaro
Riu Palace Macao – Adults only
Riu Palace Punta Cana
Riu Republica – Adults only

MONTEGO BAY, JAMAICA
Riu Montego Bay
Riu Palace Jamaica – Adults only
Riu Reggae – Adults only

NEGRIL, JAMAICA
Riu Negril
Riu Palace Tropical Bay

OCHO RIOS, JAMAICA
Riu Ocho Rios

NASSAU, BAHAMAS
Riu Palace Paradise Island

LIBERIA, COSTA RICA
Riu Guanacaste
Riu Palace Costa Rica

PALM BEACH, ARUBA
Riu Palace Antillas – Adults Only
Riu Palace Aruba

ANSE MARCEL, ST. MARTIN
Riu Palace St. Martin

PLAYA BLANCA, PANAMA
Riu Playa Blanca

 

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Pricing Terms and Conditions

*Price is per person, based on double occupancy at Riu Negril in Negril, between Atlanta and Montego Bay. Monday departures and Friday returns via connecting service on Delta and certain Delta codeshare partners, and is valid for specific travel dates September 18 – 22, 2017. Advance purchase requirements vary. Other travel days and dates and accommodations are available at other prices. May require travel on specific flights or times; blackout dates may apply.

For travel from the United States/Canada/Puerto Rico/U.S. Virgin Islands to Mexico City, Guadalajara, Leon, Monterrey (Mexico), Guatemala City, San Pedro Sula, Tegucigalpa, Managua, Panama City (Panama), Santo Domingo, Santiago (Dominican Republic), Port Au Prince, El Salvador (except as otherwise noted in this rule) and for travel between/within Mexico/Central America (excluding US/Canada to/from El Salvador) and the Caribbean, $40 USD/CAD1 fee for second checked bag. For travel from the United States/Canada/Puerto Rico/U.S. Virgin Islands to El Salvador, $30 USD/CAD1 fee for second checked bag. For travel from the United States/Canada/Puerto Rico/U.S. Virgin Islands to Bermuda, the Caribbean (except flights to/from Dominican Republic, Guyana and Haiti) and Mexico (excluding Mexico City, Guadalajara, Leon and Monterrey), $25 USD/CAD1 fee for first checked bag (except flights to/from Dominican Republic, Guyana, and Haiti) and $40 USD/CAD1 fee for second checked bag. For tickets on or after January 26, 2017 for travel between the U.S., Canada or Mexico and Guatemala City (GUA), Managua (MGA), San Pedro Sula (SAP) and Tegucigalpa (TGU) (except Los Angeles to Guatemala City), 25 USD/CAD1 for the first checked bag and 100 USD, 120 CAD1 or 85 EUR1 fee for second checked bag. For travel between Los Angeles and Guatemala City, no fee for the first checked bag.

Allowances subject to size/weight limits. Contact a Delta agent or see Excess Baggage for details.
 
1: CAD or EUR amounts will be charged when exiting Canada or Europe, respectively.

Price is not retroactive, and is subject to availability. Price does not include any applicable hotel/resort fees or departure taxes collected by hotel/resort/airport at destination. Does not apply to groups of 10 or more people. Must be purchased through Delta Vacations. Standard Terms and Conditions apply, and are provided online during the booking process for consumers or in the ‘Resource Center’ for travel agents; other restrictions may apply. Prices, fees, rules and offers are subject to change without notice. Not responsible for errors or omissions.

Offer Terms and Conditions

  • Purchase any Delta Vacations flight and RIU Hotels & Resorts package from any Delta Vacations origin in the U.S. or Canada to Mexico, the Caribbean or Central America, June 30 – July 31, 2017, for travel July 3, 2017 – January 31, 2018.
  • At time of reservation, you must refer to promotional code DV31093.
  • Offer is valid on reservations that include a minimum of one flight on Delta Air Lines, Hawaiian Airlines, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Air France, Alitalia, Island Air, Bahamasair, Aeromexico, Virgin Australia International, Virgin Atlantic, China Southern, WestJet and/or their codeshare partners; reservations that include only flights on other airlines do not qualify.
  • The hotel discount is based on the standard room charges of each of the participating hotels in Mexico, the Caribbean or Central America.
  • Participating hotels include: Mexico: Cancun — Riu Cancun, Riu Caribe, Riu Palace Las Americas and Riu Palace Peninsula; Los Cabos — Riu Palace Cabo San Lucas and Riu Santa Fe; Mazatlan — Riu Emerald Bay; Riviera Maya — Riu Lupita, Riu Palace Mexico, Riu Palace Riviera Maya, Riu Playacar, Riu Tequila and Riu Yucatan; Riviera Nayarit — Riu Jalisco, Riu Palace Pacifico and Riu Vallarta. Dominican Republic: Puerto Plata — Riu Bachata and Riu Merengue; Punta Cana — Riu Bambu, Riu Naiboa, Riu Palace Bavaro, Riu Palace Macao, Riu Palace Punta Cana and Riu Republica. Jamaica: Montego Bay — Riu Montego Bay, Riu Palace Jamaica and Riu Reggae; Negril — Riu Negril and Riu Palace Tropical Bay; Ocho Rios — Riu Ocho Rios. Bahamas: Nassau — Riu Palace Paradise Island. Costa Rica: Liberia — Riu Guanacaste and Riu Palace Costa Rica. Aruba: Palm Beach — Riu Palace Antillas and Riu Palace Aruba. St. Martin: Anse Marcel — Riu Palace St. Martin. Panama: Playa Blanca — Riu Playa Blanca.
  • Minimum 3-night hotel stay required.
  • Minimum package purchase of $1,000 per booking is required. Package purchase includes flight and hotel; or flight, hotel and car rental, plus any optional activities.
  • Discount is $25 on bookings of $1,000-$2,000; $70 on bookings of $2,001-$3,000; and $100 on bookings of $3,001 or more.
  • Maximum discount is $100 per booking; discount is a percentage of each eligible land component.
  • Additional baggage charges for checked luggage may apply, as well as any applicable hotel/resort fees or departure taxes collected by hotel/resort/airport at destination.
  • Discount is not applicable to airfare; Ski, Dive or Globus family of brands including Globus, Cosmos, Monograms and Avalon packages; for groups of 10 or more and is not retroactive.
  • Must be purchased through Delta Vacations.
  • Discount applies to qualified passengers only. Children staying free in room do not qualify for discount.
  • Discount will recalculate if modifications are made to the booking.
  • No refunds will be issued toward offer. Offer has no cash value. Offer void if qualifying booking is canceled.
  • Programs and availability may vary. Delta Vacations flight reservations may be made up to 331 days in advance of flight departure.
  • Delta Vacations must issue all airline tickets.
  • Standard Terms and Conditions apply and are outlined during the booking process; other restrictions may apply.
  • Delta Vacations is the final authority on the interpretation of these rules and reserves the right to change these Terms and Conditions without prior notice.
  • Delta Vacations is managed, operated and marketed by MLT Vacations.
  • All SkyMiles Program rules apply. To review the rules, please visit delta.com/memberguide. Delta Vacations airfares will earn Medallion Qualification Dollars (MQDs – U.S.-based members only) based on fare class and distance flown. Bonus miles do not count towards Medallion Status or Million Miler™ Status. Offers void where prohibited by law. Offers subject to change without notice. Other restrictions may apply.

Redemption Instructions
Promotional code will always be validated and appropriate discount will be deducted if terms and conditions are met.

  • Via the Internet:
    Enter promotional code DV31093 in the Promo Code/eCertificate box on the Booking page.

  • Via Reservations or Travel Agent:
    At time of reservation, you must refer to promotional code DV31093.

Hotel-Provided Offer Terms and Conditions
Resort Credits

    • Riu Bachata: 
      • Stay 4-6 nights to receive $700 in resort coupons.
      • Stay 7 nights or longer to receive $1,000 in resort coupons.
    • Riu Bambu:
      • Stay 4-6 nights to receive $1,300 in resort coupons. 
      • Stay 7 nights or longer to receive $2,100 in resort coupons. 
    • Riu Merengue:
      • Stay 4-6 nights to receive $700 in resort coupons.
      • Stay 7 nights or longer to receive $1,000 in resort coupons.
    • Riu Montego Bay:
      • Stay 4-6 nights to receive $460 in resort coupons. 
      • Stay 7 nights or longer to receive $590 in resort coupons.
    • Riu Naiboa:
      • Stay 4-6 nights to receive $1,300 in resort coupons. 
      • Stay 7 nights or longer to receive $2,100 in resort coupons.
    • Riu Negril:
      • Stay 4-6 nights to receive $460 in resort coupons. 
      • Stay 7 nights or longer to receive $590 in resort coupons.
    • Riu Ocho Rios:
      • Stay 4-6 nights to receive $460 in resort coupons.
      • Stay 7 nights or longer to receive $590 in resort coupons.
    • Riu Palace Antillas:
      • Stay 4-6 nights to receive $500 in resort coupons.
      • Stay 7 nights or longer to receive $600 in resort coupons.
    • Riu Palace Aruba:
      • Stay 4-6 nights to receive $500 in resort coupons.
      • Stay 7 nights or longer to receive $600 in resort coupons. 
    • Riu Palace Bavaro:
      • Stay 4-6 nights to receive $1,300 in resort coupons. 
      • Stay 7 nights or longer to receive $2,100 in resort coupons. 
    • Riu Palace Costa Rica:
      • Stay 4-6 nights to receive $900 in resort coupons.
      • Stay 7 or more nights to receive $1,400 in resort coupons.
    • Riu Palace Jamaica:
      • Stay 4-6 nights to receive $460 in resort coupons.
      • Stay 7 nights or longer to receive $590 in resort coupons. 
    • Riu Palace Macao:
      • Stay 4-6 nights to receive $1,300 in resort coupons. 
      • Stay 7 nights or longer to receive $2,100 in resort coupons.
    • Riu Palace Paradise:
      • Stay 4-6 nights to receive $700 in resort coupons. 
      • Stay 7 nights or longer to receive $900 in resort coupons. 
    • Riu Palace Punta Cana:
      • Stay 4-6 nights to receive $1,300 in resort coupons.
      • Stay 7 nights or longer to receive $2,100 in resort coupons. 
    • Riu Palace St. Martin:
      • Stay 4-6 nights to receive $600 in resort coupons.
      • Stay 7 nights or longer to receive $700 in resort coupons. 
    • Riu Playa Blanca:
      • Stay 4-6 nights to receive $350 in resort coupons. 
      • Stay 7 nights or longer to receive $450 in resort coupons.
    • Riu Reggae:
      • Stay 4-6 nights to receive $460 in resort coupons. 
      • Stay 7 nights or longer to receive $590 in resort coupons. 
    • Riu Republica:
      • Stay 4-6 nights to receive $1,300 in resort coupons. 
      • Stay 7 nights or longer to receive $2,100 in resort coupons. 
    • Riu Palace Tropical Bay:
      • Stay 4-6 nights to receive $460 in resort coupons. 
      • Stay 7 nights or longer to receive $590 in resort coupons.
  • 2,100 in resort coupons include:
    • $180 credit towards Europcar includes one coupon of $30 per day, per room, to be used on economy car rentals.
    • $50 in credits towards The Studio Photography includes 1 coupon for the Sea Package per Service. Sea Package includes 40 minutes with a professional photographer at one location on the hotel property, 25 Photos in a CD, and 1 print photo 16x8.
    • $240 credit in Renova Spa treatments includes two coupons of $35 for Renova Spa massage of 50 minutes or more, two coupons of $25 for hot-stone, cure-stress massage of 50 minutes or more, two coupons of $15 for aromatherapy massage of 50 minutes or more, two coupons of $15 for body wrap, two coupons of $15 for spa pedicure and two coupons of $15 for wash + dry + hair mask.
    • $190 credit toward purchase at Scuba Caribe includes two coupons of $50 for PADI open-water diver, two coupons of $15 for sailing lesson and two coupons of $30 for PADI discover scuba diving course.
    • $140 in credits at Diamante Casino includes one coupon of $10 per person, per night. Valid for match play only.
    • $1,140 in credits at Punta Blanca Golf Club includes six coupon of $95 per golf round, per person. Included is round-trip transfer from the hotel to Punta Blanca Golf Club, 18 holes golf round, practice balls, electric golf car, water, soda and cold towel at the end of the tee time.
    • $200 credit toward Weddings by RIU applied toward Royal & Caprice Wedding packages. Limited to one coupon per wedding. Applies only for wedding packages paid directly at the hotel. Coupons cannot be used with prepaid weddings.
  • $1,300 in resort coupons include:
    • $90 credit towards Europcar includes one coupon of $30 per day, per room, to be used on economy car rentals.
    • $50 in credits towards The Studio Photography includes 1 coupon for the Sea Package per Service. Sea Package includes 40 minutes with a professional photographer at one location on the hotel property, 25 Photos in a CD, and 1 print photo 16x8.
    • $240 credit in Renova Spa treatments includes two coupons of $35 for Renova Spa massage of 50 minutes or more, two coupons of $25 for hot-stone, cure-stress massage of 50 minutes or more, two coupons of $15 for aromatherapy massage of 50 minutes or more, two coupons of $15 for body wrap, two coupons of $15 for spa pedicure and two coupons of $15 for wash + dry + hair mask.
    • $190 credit toward purchase at Scuba Caribe includes two coupons of $50 for PADI open-water diver, two coupons of $15 for sailing lesson and two coupons of $30 for PADI discover scuba diving course.
    • $80 in credits at Diamante Casino includes one coupon of $10 per person, per night. Valid for match play only.
    • $570 in credits at Punta Blanca Golf Club includes six coupons of $95 per golf round, per person. Included is round-trip transfer from the hotel to Punta Blanca Golf Club, 18 holes golf round, practice balls, electric golf car, water, soda and cold towel at the end of the tee time.
    • $100 credit toward Weddings by RIU applied toward Royal & Caprice Wedding packages. Limited to one coupon per wedding. Applies only for wedding packages paid directly at the hotel. Coupons cannot be used with prepaid weddings.
  • $1,000 in resort coupons include:
    • $240 credit in Renova Spa treatments includes two coupons of $35 for Renova Spa massage of 50 minutes or more, two coupons of $25 for hot-stone, cure-stress massage of 50 minutes or more, two coupons of $15 for aromatherapy massage of 50 minutes or more, two coupons of $15 for body wrap of 50 minutes or more, two coupons of $15 for spa pedicure and two coupons for deep cleansing facial of 50 minutes or more.
    • $150 credit toward purchase at Scuba Caribe includes two coupons of $60 for PADI open-water diver, two coupons of $10 for PADI discover scuba diving and two coupons of $5 for sail/windsurf lesson.
    • $240 in credits at Playa Dorada Golf Club valid one coupon per person, per golf round. Eight coupons apply. $12 for tee time and $3 for golf car rental. Additional charge applies for government taxes. Caddy is mandatory.
    • $200 credit toward Weddings by RIU applied toward Royal & Caprice Wedding packages. Limited to one coupon per wedding. Applies only for wedding packages paid directly at the hotel. Coupons cannot be used with prepaid weddings.
    • $180 credit toward Europcar includes one coupon of $30 per day, per room, to be used on economy car rentals.
  • $900 in resort coupons include:
    • $220 credit toward Renova Spa Treatments.
    • $210 toward purchases at Scuba Caribe.
    • $80 in credits at the Maunaloa Casino.
    • $300 in credits at the Vista Ridge Golf & Country Club.
    • $100 in credits toward Weddings by Riu.
    • $15 in credits at Thrifty Rent - a – Car.
  • $700 in resort coupons include:
    • $240 credit in Renova Spa treatments includes two coupons of $35 for Renova Spa massage of 50 minutes or more, two coupons of $25 for hot-stone, cure-stress massage of 50 minutes or more, two coupons of $15 for aromatherapy massage of 50 minutes or more, two coupons of $15 for body wrap, two coupons of $15 for spa pedicure and two coupons of $15 for deep-cleansing facial of 50 minutes or more.
    • $150 credit toward purchase at Scuba Caribe includes two coupons of $60 for PADI open-water diver, two coupons of $10 for PADI discover scuba diving and two coupons of $5 for sail/windsurf lesson.
    • $120 in credits at Playa Dorada Golf Club valid one coupon per person, per golf round. Eight coupons apply. $12 for tee time and $3 for golf car rental. Additional charge applies for government taxes. Caddy is mandatory.
    • $100 credit toward Weddings by RIU applied toward Royal & Caprice Wedding packages. Limited to one coupon per wedding. Applies only for wedding packages paid directly at the hotel. Coupons cannot be used with prepaid weddings.
    • $90 credit towards Europcar includes one coupon of $30 per day, per room, to be used on economy car rentals.
  • $600 in resort coupons include:
    • $200 credit in Renova Spa Treatments includes two coupons of $30 for Renova combination, two coupons of $25 for special facial treatments of 50 minutes, two coupons of $20 for body wrap, two coupons of $15 for stress-cure massage of 80 minutes and two coupons of $10 for spa pedicure.
    • $180 credit toward purchase at Scuba Caribe includes two coupons of $50 for PADI open-water course, two coupons of $20 for Starlite dinner cruise and wet 'n’ wild full-day tour, two coupons of $10 for beach and cave tour and two coupons of $10 for brunch cruise.
    • $20 in credits at Cool Casino includes two coupons of $10 per room, per stay. Valid to play in slot machines and table games.
    • $200 credit toward Weddings by RIU applied toward Royal & Caprice Wedding packages. Limited to one coupon per wedding. Applies only for wedding packages paid directly at the hotel. Coupons cannot be used with prepaid weddings.
  • $590 in resort coupons include:
    • $190 credit at Renova Spa includes two coupons of $35 for Renova Signature treatments, two coupons of $15 for the weekly special, two coupons of $15 for body scrub and massage, two coupons of $15 for aromatherapy massage and two coupons of $15 for deep-tissue massage of 50 minutes.
    • $150 credit toward purchase at Scuba Caribe includes two coupons of $60 for PADI open-water dive and two coupons of $15 for PADI discover scuba diving.
    • $200 credit toward Weddings by RIU applied towardsRoyal & Caprice Wedding packages. Limited to one coupon per wedding. Applies only for wedding packages paid directly at the hotel. Coupons cannot be used with prepaid weddings.
    • $20-$50 credit toward Thrifty Rent a Car: One coupon of $20 for car rentals from 1-3 days and one coupon of $50 for car rentals for 4 days or longer. Coupons are per room, per stay. Limited to one coupon per rental.
  • $500 in resort coupons include:
    • $200 credit in Renova Spa treatments includes two coupons of $30 for Renova combination, two coupons of $25 for special facial treatments of 50 minutes, two coupons of $20 for body wrap, two coupons of $15 for stress-cure massage of 80 minutes and two coupons of $10 for spa pedicure.
    • $180 credit toward purchase at Scuba Caribe includes two coupons of $50 for PADI open-water course, two coupons of $20 for Starlite dinner cruise and wet 'n’ wild full-day tour, two coupons of $10 for beach and cave tour and two coupons of $10 for brunch cruise.
    • $20 in credits at Cool Casino includes two coupons of $10 per room, per stay. Valid to play in slot machines and table games.
    • $100 credit toward Weddings by RIU applied toward Royal & Caprice Wedding packages. Limited to one coupon per wedding. Applies only for wedding packages paid directly at the hotel. Coupons cannot be used with prepaid weddings.
  • $460 in resort coupons include:
    • $190 credit at Renova Spa includes two coupons of $35 for Renova Signature treatments, two coupons of $15 for the weekly special, two coupons of $15 for body scrub and massage, two coupons of $15 for aromatherapy massage and two coupons of $15 for deep-tissue massage of 50 minutes.
    • $150 credit toward purchase at Scuba Caribe includes two coupons of $60 for PADI open-water dive and two coupons of $15 for PADI discover scuba diving.
    • $100 credit toward Weddings by RIU applied toward Royal & Caprice Wedding packages. Limited to one coupon per wedding. Applies only for wedding packages paid directly at the hotel. Coupons cannot be used with prepaid weddings.
    • $20-$50 credit toward Thrifty Rent a Car: One coupon of $20 for car rentals from 1-3 days and one coupon of $50 for car rentals for 4 days or longer. Coupons are per room, per stay. Limited to one coupon per rental.
  • $450 in resort coupons include:
    • $40 in credits toward Renova Spa treatments.
    • $180 in credits toward purchases at Scuba Caribe.
    • $200 in credits toward Wedding by RIU, $20 in credits toward Dollar Rent - a - Car.
    • $25 in credits toward Photoshow Panama Photography.
    • $20 in credits toward Gift Shop.
  • $350 in resort coupons include:
    • $40 in credits toward Renova Spa treatments
    • $180 in credits toward purchases at Scuba Caribe.
    • $100 in credits toward Wedding by RIU, $20 in credits toward Dollar Rent - a - Car.
    • $25 in credits toward Photoshow Panama Photography.
    • $20 in credits toward Gift Shop.
  • Guests will receive coupons upon check-in. The total of coupons are per room, per stay, based on double occupancy for guests 21 years and older, and limited to one coupon per service, per person. Resort coupons are non-transferable, non-cumulative, non-refundable, non-combinable, and cannot be used for future stays. Resort coupons can be used as a discount only for selected services. Coupons cannot be exchanged for cash. This promotion is subject to availability and can change without notice.

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          AMRESORTS COLLECTION — $100 OFF + RESORT COUPONS**   
NEXT-LEVEL VACATIONS - Secrets Maroma Beach Riviera Cancun

AMRESORTS COLLECTION — $100 OFF + RESORT COUPONS**

Discover Next Level Luxury®, an evolution of the all-inclusive experience, only available at Zoëtry Wellness & Spa Resorts and Secrets, Breathless, Dreams, Now and Sunscape Resorts & Spas.

Save $100 per booking on flight and hotel packages of four nights or longer. Plus, take advantage of up to $400 in resort coupons at select resorts.**

Preferred Pick: Gold

Delta Vacations gives you more ways to rack up miles and earn toward your Medallion® Status. SkyMiles® Members earn up to 7,500 bonus miles per person, in addition to credited flight miles, with a flight and Zoëtry Wellness & Spa Resorts, Secrets, Breathless, Dreams, Now or Sunscape Resorts & Spa package.

Zoëtry Wellness & Spa Resorts are also a part of Delta Vacations Luxury. Upgrade to a luxury vacation package to enjoy flights in first class, VIP transfers and much more.

**Minimum night stays, select travel dates and other restrictions may apply. See Hotel-Provided Offer Terms and Conditions for details.

$1,385*
per person
iincludes flight + 4 nights all-inclusive hotel + taxes

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Our prices include all flight and hotel taxes
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Promo Code: DV31096
Book By: July 31, 2017
Travel Between: July 1, 2017 – January 31, 2018
Price Found:
June 21, 2017

Questions? Please call 1-800-800-1504
or contact your travel agent.

*Sample Price: This offer is available from hundreds of origin cities, but this price, which reflects the offer, is based on travel between Minneapolis/St. Paul and Montego Bay, staying in a Preferred Club Junior Suite Double room at the Secrets St. James Montego Bay. Price is per person, based on double occupancy and select Sunday departures and Thursday returns, October 8 – 12, 2017, and is subject to change. Additional restrictions and baggage charges may apply. See Terms and Conditions for details.

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Vacations Include:

  • Roundtrip air transportation
  • Choice of accommodations
  • Hotel taxes
  • Round-trip transfers between airport and hotel in select destinations
  • Luggage handling at select hotels
  • Maid and/or bellman gratuities
  • Assistance of a local representative while in destination
  • 24/7 access to our Destination Help Center

The Endless Privileges® Experience at Zoëtry Wellness & Spa Resorts includes:

  • Luxurious, oceanfront suites
  • Concierge and 24-hour front desk services
  • No check-in or check-out time, based on availability
  • Handmade beach bag
  • Daily breakfast, lunch and dinner gourmet dining options, with an assortment of organic food and beverage selections
  • Complimentary cocktails and specialty beverages from a variety of domestic and international top-shelf spirits
  • 24-hour, private, in-suite dining
  • Maid services three times each day
  • Fresh bottle of Champagne and daily basket of fruit
  • Welcome bottle of rum or tequila
  • Complimentary unlimited worldwide calls
  • Complimentary 24-hour laundry service
  • Relaxing 20-minute massage per guest at select resorts
  • Access to sauna, steam room and whirlpool
  • Daily afternoon teatime featuring live-plant tea infusions
  • Fitness center with a full range of equipment
  • Daily exercise and fitness activities

The Unlimited-Luxury® Experience at Secrets, Breathless, Dreams and Now Resorts & Spas includes:

  • Limitless access to gourmet a la carte dining options
    without reservations required
  • Unlimited international and domestic top-shelf spirits
  • Unlimited natural fruit juices and soft drinks
  • 24-hour room and concierge services
  • Pool and beach wait service
  • Daily refreshed minibar with soft drinks, juice,
    bottled water and beer
  • Daily maid service
  • Endless daytime activities and live nightly entertainment
  • Theme parties, oceanfront bars and entertainment venues
  • No wristbands required
  • All taxes and gratuities
  • Free Wi-Fi and free international calling to the U.S., Canada and local landlines with Unlimited Connectivity, which also allows guests to view the schedules of all events, activities and restaurants at the resort, plus learn about local destinations, excursions and much more at select properties*

The Unlimited-Fun® Experience at Sunscape Resort & Spas includes:

  • 24-hour access to food and beverage options including
    kid-friendly menu options
  • In-room minibar fully stocked with soft drinks, juice,
    bottled water and beer
  • Buffet and a la carte restaurants without reservations required
  • Bars and lounges serving international and domestic
    brand beverages
  • Unlimited fruit juices, soft drinks and snacks
  • Endless daily land and water activities for all ages
  • Live music and local entertainment
  • Explorer’s Club for kids 3 to 12 years old, with daily supervised activity programs
  • No wristbands required
  • All taxes and gratuities included

*Available at select properties.

Hotel Highlights

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Zoëtry Wellness & Spa Resorts

Zoëtry Wellness & Spa Resorts are boutique havens representing the highest level of pampering. Characterized by unequaled romantic and holistic experiences, these resorts combine socially responsible practices, expressive architecture and exceptional service in natural and enriching environments.

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Secrets Resorts & Spas

Secrets Resorts & Spas offer adults an extra measure of romance and sensuality in exquisite, luxurious beachfront settings. Guests immerse themselves in Unlimited-Luxury®, where everything is included.

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Breathless Resorts & Spas

Welcome to the party! Breathless Resorts & Spas offer adults-only, oceanfront vacation experiences in spectacular beachfront settings for the sophisticated and social traveler.

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Dreams Resorts & Spas

Dreams Resorts & Spas offer a high level of luxury for couples and couples with children, in ideal beachfront settings. Spacious rooms and suites, graciously appointed and luxuriously equipped, provide a picture-perfect vacation experience with welcoming service and romantic inclusions.

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Now Resorts & Spas

Now Resorts & Spas offer vibrant beachfront settings in Mexico and the Caribbean, perfect for multigenerational travel, families with teens and tweens, as well as couples and friends. Guests enjoy a family-friendly, modern vacation experience, where play and party are just steps away from peace and quiet.

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Sunscape Resorts & Spas

Sunscape Resorts & Spas offer fun-filled, worry-free, family-friendly vacations without wristbands for families, friends, singles and couples. Guests will experience the convenience of Unlimited-Fun® — where everything is included — paired with a vibrant atmosphere and friendly service.

Service may be operated by Delta Air Lines®; the Delta Connection® carriers: Compass Airlines, Endeavor Air, Inc., ExpressJet Airlines, Inc., GoJet Airlines, Island Air, Shuttle America and SkyWest and Delta Shuttle® carriers: Shuttle America and Compass Airlines; SkyTeam partners: Aeromexico® or codeshare partners: Aerolíneas Argentinas, Aerolitoral dba Aeromexico Connect, Aeromar, Bahamasair, Gol, SwiftAir, WestJet, and WestJet Encore.

Pricing Terms and Conditions

*Price is per person, based on double occupancy in a Preferred Club Junior Suite Double room at Secrets St. James Montego Bay, between Minneapolis/St. Paul and Montego Bay. Sunday departures and Thursday returns via connecting service on Delta and certain Delta codeshare partners, and is valid for specific travel dates October 8 – 12, 2017. Advance purchase requirements vary. Other travel days and dates and accommodations are available at other prices. May require travel on specific flights or times; blackout dates may apply.

For travel from the United States/Canada/Puerto Rico/U.S. Virgin Islands to Mexico City, Guadalajara, Leon, Monterrey (Mexico), Guatemala City, San Pedro Sula, Tegucigalpa, Managua, Panama City (Panama), Santo Domingo, Santiago (Dominican Republic), Port Au Prince, El Salvador (except as otherwise noted in this rule) and for travel between/within Mexico/Central America (excluding US/Canada to/from El Salvador) and the Caribbean, $40 USD/CAD1 fee for second checked bag. For travel from the United States/Canada/Puerto Rico/U.S. Virgin Islands to El Salvador, $30 USD/CAD1 fee for second checked bag. For travel from the United States/Canada/Puerto Rico/U.S. Virgin Islands to Bermuda, the Caribbean (except flights to/from Dominican Republic, Guyana and Haiti) and Mexico (excluding Mexico City, Guadalajara, Leon and Monterrey), $25 USD/CAD1 fee for first checked bag (except flights to/from Dominican Republic, Guyana, and Haiti) and $40 USD/CAD1 fee for second checked bag. For tickets on or after January 26, 2017 for travel between the U.S., Canada or Mexico and Guatemala City (GUA), Managua (MGA), San Pedro Sula (SAP) and Tegucigalpa (TGU) (except Los Angeles to Guatemala City), 25 USD/CAD1 for the first checked bag and 100 USD, 120 CAD1 or 85 EUR1 fee for second checked bag. For travel between Los Angeles and Guatemala City, no fee for the first checked bag.

Allowances subject to size/weight limits. Contact a Delta agent or see Excess Baggage for details.
 
1: CAD or EUR amounts will be charged when exiting Canada or Europe, respectively.

Price is not retroactive, and is subject to availability. Price does not include any applicable hotel/resort fees or departure taxes collected by hotel/resort/airport at destination. Does not apply to groups of 10 or more people. Must be purchased through Delta Vacations. Standard Terms and Conditions apply, and are provided online during the booking process for consumers or in the ‘Resource Center’ for travel agents; other restrictions may apply. Prices, fees, rules and offers are subject to change without notice. Not responsible for errors or omissions.

Offer Terms and Conditions

  • Purchase any Delta Vacations flight and AMResorts Collection package from any Delta Vacations origin in the U.S. or Canada to Mexico, the Caribbean or Central America, June 29 – July 31, 2017, for travel July 1, 2017 – January 31, 2018.
  • At time of reservation, you must refer to promotional code DV31096.
  • Offer is valid on reservations that include a minimum of one flight on Delta Air Lines, Hawaiian Airlines, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Air France, Alitalia, Island Air, Bahamasair, Aeromexico, Virgin Australia International, Virgin Atlantic, China Southern, WestJet and/or their codeshare partners; reservations that include only flights on other airlines do not qualify.
  • The hotel discount is based on the standard room charges of each of the participating hotels in Mexico, the Caribbean or Central America.
  • Participating hotels include: Mexico: Cancun — Zoëtry Villa Rolandi Isla Mujeres Cancun, Secrets Playa Mujeres Golf & Spa Resort, Secrets The Vine Cancun, Dreams Playa Mujeres Golf & Spa Resort and Dreams Sands Cancun Resort & Spa; Cozumel — Secrets Aura Cozumel and Sunscape Sabor Cozumel; Huatulco — Secrets Huatulco Resort & Spa and Dreams Huatulco Resort & Spa; Ixtapa — Sunscape Dorado Pacifico Ixtapa; Los Cabos — Secrets Puerto Los Cabos Golf & Spa Resort, Breathless Cabo San Lucas Resort & Spa and Dreams Los Cabos Suites Golf Resort & Spa; Puerto Vallarta — Secrets Vallarta Bay Puerto Vallarta, Now Amber Puerto Vallarta and Sunscape Puerto Vallarta Resort & Spa; Riviera Maya — Zoëtry Paraiso de la Bonita, Secrets Akumal Riviera Maya, Secrets Capri Riviera Cancun, Secrets Maroma Beach Riviera Cancun, Secrets Silversands Riviera Cancun, Breathless Riviera Cancun, Dreams Puerto Aventuras Resort & Spa, Dreams Riviera Cancun Resort & Spa, Dreams Tulum Resort & Spa, Now Jade Riviera Cancun and Now Sapphire Riviera Cancun; Riviera Nayarit — Dreams Villamagna Nuevo Vallarta. Dominican Republic: La Romana — Dreams Dominicus La Romana and Dreams La Romana Resort & Spa; Puerto Plata — Sunscape Puerto Plata; Punta Cana — Zoëtry Agua Punta Cana, Secrets Cap Cana Resort & Spa, Secrets Royal Beach, Breathless Punta Cana Resort & Spa, Dreams Palm Beach Punta Cana, Dreams Punta Cana Resort & Spa, Now Garden Punta Cana, Now Larimar Punta Cana, Now Onyx Punta Cana, Sunscape Bávaro Beach Punta Cana and Sunscape Dominican Beach Punta Cana. Costa Rica: Liberia — Secrets Papagayo Costa Rica and Dreams Las Mareas Costa Rica. Jamaica: Montego Bay — Zoëtry Montego Bay, Secrets St. James Montego Bay, Secrets Wild Orchid Montego Bay, Breathless Montego Bay Resort & Spa, Sunscape Cove Montego Bay and Sunscape Splash Montego Bay. Panama: Playa Bonita — Dreams Delight Playa Bonita Panama.
  • Minimum 4-night hotel stay required.
  • Discount is $100 on bookings of four nights or longer.
  • Maximum discount is $100 per booking; discount is a percentage of each eligible land component.
  • Additional baggage charges for checked luggage may apply, as well as any applicable hotel/resort fees or departure taxes collected by hotel/resort/airport at destination.
  • Discount is not applicable to airfare; Ski, Dive or Globus family of brands including Globus, Cosmos, Monograms and Avalon packages; for groups of 10 or more and is not retroactive.
  • Must be purchased through Delta Vacations.
  • Discount applies to qualified passengers only. Children staying free in room do not qualify for discount.
  • Discount will recalculate if modifications are made to the booking.
  • No refunds will be issued toward offer. Offer has no cash value. Offer void if qualifying booking is canceled.
  • Programs and availability may vary. Delta Vacations flight reservations may be made up to 331 days in advance of flight departure.
  • Delta Vacations must issue all airline tickets.
  • Standard Terms and Conditions apply and are outlined during the booking process; other restrictions may apply.
  • Delta Vacations is the final authority on the interpretation of these rules and reserves the right to change these Terms and Conditions without prior notice.
  • Delta Vacations is managed, operated and marketed by MLT Vacations.
  • All SkyMiles Program rules apply. To review the rules, please visit delta.com/memberguide.
  • Delta Vacations airfares will earn Medallion Qualification Dollars (MQDs – U.S.-based members only) based on fare class and distance flown. Bonus miles do not count towards Medallion Status or Million Miler™ Status. Offers void where prohibited by law. Offers subject to change without notice. Other restrictions may apply.
  • TA: -2% points.

Redemption Instructions
Promotional code will always be validated and appropriate discount will be deducted if terms and conditions are met.

  • Via the Internet:
    Enter promotional code DV31096 in the Promo Code/eCertificate box on the Booking page.

  • Via Reservations or Travel Agent:
    At time of reservation, you must refer to promotional code DV31096.

Hotel-Provided Offer Terms and Conditions

Resort Coupons

    • Receive either $200 or $400 in resort coupons based on the room category booked.
    • Run of House room types do not receive any amount of resort coupons.
    • $400 in resort coupons broken down as follows: $200 toward spa services (four coupons of $40 and two of $20); $120 toward a romantic dinner (two coupons of $40 and two of $20); $80 toward bottles of wine at any of the restaurants (eight coupons of $10). Inclusions are subject to change without notice, and coupons have no cash value. Restrictions may apply.
    • $200 in resort coupons broken down as follows: $100 toward spa services (two coupons of $40 and one coupon of $20); $60 toward romantic dining (one $40 coupon and one $20 coupon may be combined); $40 toward bottles of wine at any of the restaurants (four coupons of $10). Only one coupon can be redeemed per spa treatment. Coupons of $10 cannot be combined. Therefore one $10 coupon can be applied toward one bottle of wine.
    • Resort coupons cannot be applied toward the following items: beauty salon services, spa product purchases, telephone charges, dolphin experiences, gift shop purchases, boutique purchases, Internet service, marina services, dive shop, medical services, car rentals and travel agency services. Resort coupons must be redeemed at the time of reservation or service. Resort coupons do not hold any cash or commercial value, are not refundable and nontransferable. They are not applicable for tips, taxes, private functions and/or special events, such as Christmas and New Year's Gala dinners. Resort coupons are not accumulative, and cannot be combined with any other promotion or special offer including, but not limited to, spa treatment discounts. They are only valid during the original stay, and cannot be deducted upon check-out. This entire offer is based on availability, and can be modified or closed out at any time prior to booking.
    • Zoëtry Wellness & Spa Resorts:

        • Zoëtry Agua Punta Cana: $400 in resorts coupons: Ocean Front Junior Suite Deluxe. $200 in resort coupons: all other room categories.
        • Zoëtry Paraiso de la Bonita: $400 in resorts coupons: Two Bedroom Ocean Front Master Suite with Terrace, Romance Ocean Front Lover Suite and Two Bedroom Ocean Front Master Suite with Plunge Pool. $200 in resort coupons: all other room categories.
        • Zoëtry Villa Rolandi Isla Mujeres Cancun: $400 in resort credits: Junior Suite Superior Oceanfront. $200 in resort credits: all other room categories.

      Secrets Resorts & Spas:

        • Secrets Akumal Riviera Maya: $400 in resort coupons: Master or Preferred Club room categories. $200 in resort coupons: All other room categories.
        • Secrets Aura Cozumel: $400 in resort coupons: Preferred Club room categories. $200 in resort coupons: All other room categories.
        • Secrets Capri Riviera Cancun: $400 in resort coupons: Preferred Club Deluxe Ocean View room category and higher. $200 in resort coupons: All other room categories.
        • Secrets Maroma Beach Riviera Cancun: $400 in resort coupons: Preferred Club room categories. $200 in resort coupons: All other room categories.
        • Secrets Papagayo Costa Rica: $400 in resort coupons: Preferred Club Bungalow Suite Ocean Front View or Preferred Club Bungalow Suite Ocean View room categories. $200 in resort coupons: All other room categories.
        • Secrets Playa Mujeres Golf & Spa Resort: $400 in resort coupons: Preferred Club room categories. $200 in resort coupons: All other room categories.
        • Secrets Puerto Los Cabos Golf & Spa Resort: $400 in resort coupons in Preferred Club Junior Suite Ocean Front, Preferred Club Junior Suite Ocean View or Preferred Club Junior Suite Swim-Out Ocean View room categories. $200 in resort coupons: All other room categories.
        • Secrets Royal Beach: $400 in resort coupons in Preferred Club Junior Suite Tropical View, Preferred Club Junior Suite Pool View, Preferred Club Junior Suite Ocean View or Preferred Club Master Suite Ocean Front room categories. $200 in resort coupons: All other room categories.
        • Secrets St. James Montego Bay: $400 in resort coupons in the Preferred Club Junior Suite room category. $200 in resort coupons: All other room categories.
        • Secrets Silversands Riviera Cancun: $400 in resort coupons: Preferred Club room categories. $200 in resort coupons: All other room categories.
        • Secrets The Vine Cancun: $400 in resort coupons: Preferred Club Junior Suite Ocean View or higher room categories. $200 in resort coupons: All other room categories.
        • Secrets Vallarta Bay Puerto Vallarta: $400 in resort coupons: Preferred Club Junior Suite Garden View, Preferred Club Junior Suite Ocean View, Preferred Club Junior Suite Swim-Out, Preferred Club Master Suite Ocean Front, Preferred Club Master Suite Swim-Out Garden View or Preferred Club Master Suite Swim-Out Ocean Front room categories. $200 in resort coupons: All other room categories.
        • Secrets Wild Orchid Montego Bay: $400 in resort coupons: Preferred Club Junior Suite room categories. $200 in resort coupons: All other room categories.
        • Secrets Huatulco Resort & Spa: $400 resort coupons: Preferred Club Junior Suite Ocean Front, Preferred Club Junior Suite Swim Out and Preferred One Bedroom Swim-Out categories. $200 resort coupons: All other room categories.

      Breathless Resorts & Spas:

        • Breathless Cabo San Lucas Resort & Spa: $400 in resort coupons: xhale Club Master One Bedroom Suite, xhale Club Master Suite Marina View, xhale Club Romance Suite Marina View or xhale Club Suite Marina View room categories. $200 in resort coupons: All other room categories.
        • Breathless Montego Bay Resort & Spa: $400 in resort coupons: xhale Club Junior Suite Swim-Up, xhale Club Master Suite King Ocean View, xhale Club Master Suite King Swim-Up Garden View, xhale Club Ocean View or xhale Club Presidential Suite King Ocean View room categories. $200 in resort coupons: All other room categories.
        • Breathless Punta Cana Resort & Spa: $400 in resort coupons: xhale Club Junior Suite Partial Ocean View, xhale Club Junior Suite Pool View, xhale Club Junior Suite Swim-Up or xhale Club Master Suite Ocean Front View room categories. $200 in resort coupons: All other room categories.

      Dreams Resorts & Spas:

        • Dreams Huatulco Resort & Spa: $400 in resort coupons: Preferred Club Deluxe Ocean Front Double, Preferred Club Deluxe Ocean Front King, Preferred Club Junior Suite with Jacuzzi Double and Preferred Club Junior Suite Jacuzzi King. $200 in resort coupons: All other room categories.
        • Dreams Las Mareas Costa Rica: $400 in resort coupons: Preferred Club Junior Suite Tropical View, Preferred Club Junior Suite Oceanview and Preferred Club Junior Suite Swim-out Tropical View. $200 in resort coupons: All other room categories.
        • Dreams La Romana Resort & Spa: $400 in resort coupons: Preferred Club Garden View, Preferred Club Partial Ocean View, Preferred Club Honeymoon Suite Garden View and Preferred Club Honeymoon Suite Ocean Front. $200 in resort coupons: All other room categories.
        • Dreams Dominicus La Romana: $400 resort coupons: Preferred Club Deluxe Tropical View, Preferred Club Deluxe Swim Up, Preferred Club Suite Tropical View, Preferred Club Swim Up Suite Tropical View, Preferred Club Spa Suite Partial Ocean View, Preferred Club Master Suite Ocean View Preferred Club Master Suite Swim Up Tropical View, Preferred Club Governor Tropical View, Preferred Club Governor Ocean View, Preferred Club Presidential Ocean View, Two Bedroom Family Suite Tropical View and Three Bedroom Family Suite Tropical View. $200 resort coupons: All other room categories.
        • Dreams Los Cabos Suites Golf Resort & Spa: $400 resort coupons: Preferred Club Junior Suite Ocean View, Preferred Club Luxury One Bedroom, Preferred Club One Bedroom Suite Ocean View, Preferred Club Family Master Two Bedroom Suite Ocean Front and Preferred Club Presidential Suite Two Bedroom Ocean Front. $200 in resort coupons: All other room categories.
        • Dreams Palm Beach Punta Cana: $400 in resort coupons: Preferred Club Deluxe Tropical View, Preferred Club Deluxe Ocean View, Preferred Club Deluxe Jacuzzi Tropical View, Preferred Club Deluxe Jacuzzi Ocean View, Preferred Club Honeymoon Suite Jacuzzi Tropical View and Preferred Club Honeymoon Suite Jacuzzi Ocean View. $200 in resort coupons: All other room categories.
        • Dreams Puerto Aventuras Resort & Spa: $400 resort coupons: Honeymoon Jacuzzi Ocean View, Preferred Club Marina View Double, Preferred Club Marina View King, Preferred Club Ocean View Double, Preferred Club Ocean View King, Preferred Club Family Suite Ocean View, Preferred Club Master Suite, Honeymoon Jacuzzi Dolphin View King, Preferred Dolphin View King and Preferred Dolphin View Double. $200 in resort coupons: All other room categories.
        • Dreams Punta Cana Resort & Spa: $400 in resort coupons: Preferred Club Deluxe Tropical View, Preferred Club Deluxe Tropical View Family Room, Preferred Club Junior Suite and Preferred Club Honeymoon Suite. $200 in resort coupons: All other room categories.
        • Dreams Riviera Cancun Resort & Spa: $400 resort coupons: Preferred Club Ocean View King, Preferred Club Ocean View Double, Preferred Club Ocean View Pool Front King, Preferred Club Ocean View Pool Front Double, Preferred Club with Plunge Pool King, Preferred Club with Plunge Pool Double, Preferred Club Oceanfront Honeymoon Suite and Preferred Club Oceanfront Master Suite. $200 in resort coupons: All other room categories.
        • Dreams Tulum Resort & Spa: $400 resort coupons: Deluxe Ocean View room and higher. $200 in resort coupons: All other room categories.
        • Dreams Villamagna Nuevo Vallarta: $400 resort coupons: Junior Suite Preferred Club Ocean View. $200 resort coupons: All other room categories.
        • Dreams Delight Playa Bonita Panama: $400 resort coupons: Preferred Club Deluxe Ocean View and higher. $200 resort coupons: All other room categories.

      Now Resorts & Spas:

        • Now Amber Puerto Vallarta: $400 resort coupons: Preferred Club Junior Suite Garden View (King), Preferred Club Junior Suite Garden View (Double), Preferred Club Junior Suite Ocean View (King), Preferred Club Junior Suite Ocean View (Double), Preferred Club Junior Suite Swim-Out (King), Preferred Club Junior Suite Swim-Out (Double), Preferred Club Master Suite Swim-Out Garden View, Preferred Club Master Suite Ocean Front and Preferred Club Master Suite Swim-Out Ocean Front. $200 resort coupons: All other room categories.
        • Now Jade Riviera Cancun: $400 resort coupons: Preferred Club Suite Ocean View (Double), Preferred Club Suite Ocean View (King), Preferred Club Suite Oceanfront (King), Preferred Club Suite Oceanfront (Double) and Preferred Club Governor Suite Oceanfront. $200 resort coupons: All other room categories.
        • Now Larimar Punta Cana: $400 resort coupons: Preferred Club Deluxe Tropical View (King), Preferred Club Deluxe Tropical View (Double), Preferred Club Deluxe Pool View (King), Preferred Club Deluxe Pool View (Double), Preferred Club Deluxe Partial Ocean View (King), Preferred Club Deluxe Partial Ocean View (Double) and Preferred Club Master Suite Ocean Front View (King). $200 resort coupons: All other room categories.
        • Now Sapphire Riviera Cancun: $400 resort coupons: Preferred Club Junior Suite Tropical View (Double), Preferred Club Junior Suite Tropical View (King), Preferred Club Junior Suite Oceanfront (King), Preferred Club Junior Suite Oceanfront (Double), Preferred Club Beachfront (King), Preferred Club Beach Front (Double) and Preferred Club Governor Suite. $200 resort coupons: All other room categories.
        • Now Garden Punta Cana: $200 resort coupons: All room categories.

      Sunscape Resorts & Spas:

        • Sunscape Dorado Pacifico Ixtapa: $400 resort coupons:Sun Club Deluxe Ocean View, Sun Club Family Suite Ocean Front, Sun Club Family Connecting and Sun Club Honeymoon Suite. $200 resort coupons: Deluxe Partial Ocean View, Deluxe Ocean View and Family Connecting Room.
        • Sunscape Puerto Vallarta Resort & Spa: $400 resort coupons: Sun Club Deluxe Ocean View and Sun Club Romantic Suite Ocean Front. $200 resort coupons: Deluxe Ocean View, Deluxe Family Suite Tropical, Deluxe Family Suite Bay View, Deluxe Family Suite Ocean View and Honeymoon Bay View Suite.
        • Sunscape Sabor Cozumel: $200 in resort coupons based on the room category booked.

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          IBEROSTAR HOTELS & RESORTS — SAVE UP TO $200 + MORE   
CHILL OUT IN THE WARM SUN. - IBEROSTAR Grand Hotel Bavaro, Grand Collection

IBEROSTAR HOTELS & RESORTS — SAVE UP TO $200 + MORE

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          Venezuela: US Occupation Has Already Begun and Is Being Conducted by ExxonMobil   
Misión Verdad Exxon wants to topple Venezuela for geopolitical and geo-economic reasons. ExxonMobil awarded contracts to Guyana for infrastructure, drilling and storage with a view to extracting the huge oil and gas reserves from the so-called “Liza Project” located in maritime territory claimed by Venezuela as stipulated by the Geneva Agreement of 1966. In 2015...
          The Caribbean   
Where can I meet blackmen in the Caribbean. I will be in Barbados, Guyana and Belize? Any suggestions would be gratefully appreciated.
          Raketa Ariane 5 vynesla do kosmu telekomunikační družice Hellas Sat 3 a GSAT-17   
Ve středu 28. 6. 2017 ve 23:15 hodin SELČ raketa Ariane 5 při letu VA238 z kosmodromu Kourou (Francouzská Guyana) dopravila do vesmíru dva telekomunikační satelity Hellas Sat 3-Inmarsat S EAN a GSAT-17. Start se uskutečnil z odpalovacího komplexu Ariane Launch Complex č. 3 (ELA 3).
          Holi   
Trebuie să recunosc că oricât aş încerca să fug de filmele indiene şi coreene mereu mă lovesc de ele, atât mama cât şi bunica urmăresc astfel de seriale şi din diferite motive ajung să particip la câte un episod ba din unul, ba din altul. Din cele coreene trebuie să recunosc că nu prind nimic interesant, nici ele nu-s interesante, toţi seamănă (atât femeile cât şi bărbaţii), toţi sunt skinny şi toţi ţipă!

Ceea ce pot spune în schimb este că la cele indiene, de bine de rău mai învăţ şi eu câte ceva. Am observat că sunt o naţiune foarte credincioasă, zeii primează la ei şi sunt fel şi fel de ritualuri pe care le urmează zilnic, din zori până la apus.

Sursă

Exemple ar fi multe şi poate am să mai abordez acest subiect dacă vă interesează dar pe moment aş putea spune că una dintre sărbătorile ce îi definesc pe ei este sărbătoarea Holi sau Holli, în traducere însemnând "Festivalul primăverii". Acest festival se desfăşoară anual în ţări precum India, Nepal, Sri Lanka sau în ţări cu diasporă indiană semnificativă (Africa de Sud, Surinam, Guyana etc.). (Sursă)

Sursă

Prima zi de Holi, denumită şi Dhuli Vandana este sărbătorită prin aruncarea de pulberi colorate şi stropirea cu apă parfumată a oamenilor. Cu o zi înainte se aprind şi focurile de tabără ce semnifică evadarea miraculoasă a prinţului Prahlad. (Sursă)

Sursă
 Legenda spune astfel, că Hiranyakashipu era regele demonilor, iar prin graţia zeului Brahma ,a ajuns de neînvins după o lungă penitenţă în care s-a rugat să nu poată fi ucis: "nici ziua, nici noaptea; nici în casă, nici afară; nici pe pământ, nici pe cer; nici de un om, nici de un animal; nici de astra, nici de shastra”, motiv ce l-a făcut să sfideze nemuritorii şi muritorii având dorinţa ca aceştia să i se inchine cu toţii. Fiul lui Hiranyakashipu (Prahlada), era credincios zeului Vishnu şi în ciuda ameninţărilor tatălui său nu a renunţat la credinţa lui. Regele a încercat să-l omoare prin mai multe modalităţi, a cerut să fie călcat de elefanţi dar acesta a scăpat fără nici o zgârietură, l-a închis într-o cameră cu şerpi veninoşi dar a scăpat teafăr, a încercat să-l otrăvească dar veninul în gura lui s-a făcut nectar, iar în disperare a poruncit ca acesta să ardă pe un rug în braţele surorii lui, Holika (demoniţă ce nu putea fi omorâtă prin foc). Neavând de ales, a acceptat oferta tatălui ei dar s-a rugat la zeul Vishna să îi salveze fratele, iar când aceştia au luat foc, demoniţa a ars iar Prahlada a scăpat nevătămat. Într-un final zeul Vishnu a apărut în formă de Narasimha (jumătate om, jumătate leu) şi l-a ucis pe rege în zorii zilei (nici noaptea, nici ziua), pe treptele casei (nici în casă, nici afară), ţinându-l în poală (nici în cer, nici pe pământ) şi zgâriindu-l cu ghearele (nici de astra nici de shastra). (Sursă)

Vishnu
Festivalul ţine 16 zile în zona în care s-a născut Krishna (a-8-a reîncarnare a zeului Vishna) pentru a comemora dragostea dintre acesta şi Radha. Krishna s-ar fi plâns mamei lui că e prea mare contrastul dintre pielea lui şi cea a lui Radha, astfel mama zeului gândindu-se să dea cu culoarea pe faţa Radhei, de aici şi ritualul din timpul festivalului. (Sursă)

Krishna şi Radha
Pentru a putea vedea veselia cu care aceştia se desfăşoară în timpul festivalului, voi pune şi un filmuleţ care mie mi-a placut mult şi sper să vă bucuraţi de el (bine, recunosc ... îmi place puţin şi prezentatorul :D). O zi colorată vă doresc!





          Don’t Cry For Me Venezuela   
by Jimmie Moglia
According to the great Dr. Johnson, “Men can be estimated by those who know them not, only as they are represented by those who know them.” An unavoidable universal contingency – for, indeed, we don’t know most of the people we judge. And the same, but for a few much-travelled individuals, applies to nations.
We also know that “on the tongue of Rumor, continual slanders rise, stuffing the ears of men with false reports.”


That rumor and falsehood are trademarked products of the oligarchical news-mill needs no elaborate demonstration. Truth, by atrophy of misuse, has lost the sense of its own meaning.
Nevertheless, at least on national matters, most of us can often track or trace related and reliable evidence proving the falsehood. Besides, experience and history have shown that truth is scarcely to be heard but by those from whom it can serve no interest to conceal it.
But on international matters, and where the ruling oligarchy’s interests are at stake, to test the truth of rumors and news is more challenging. Consequently, we are more prone to half-believe the rumors, even though domestic experience should have induced an instinctive propensity to disbelief, when not an unfathomable depth of incredulity.


In limited cases, the democracy of the oligarchs(1), feeling reassured that their crimes will remain unpunished, actually claim them as virtuous acts. Ukraine is an example, when the woman “whose sole name blisters my tongue,” had no compunction to say publicly that, “We spent 5 billions to take down the (democratically elected) local government.”
So far, it has not been easy to duplicate Ukraine in Venezuela. The spirit of Hugo Chavez survived his death. Alternatively, to make a Libya out of Venezuela may lead to counterproductive consequences, even for the oligarchic democrats of the exceptional nation.

Furthermore, in the collective mind, Venezuela lives in a geographical limbo. It lies somewhere in South America, maybe to the left or to the right of Colombia – sharing borders with Brazil and with those three rarely heard-of countries, the Guyanas, of which one used to be British, one is still French and one Dutch, though, after its independence Dutch Guyana is called Surinam.
The relative noiselessness of the Guyanas extended, and would have continued its extension to neighboring Venezuela, but for the irruption of Hugo Chavez on the world stage.

As we know, Hugo Chavez was a socialist – a qualification requiring no explanation, though I will beg my 25 readers to allow a lexical comment.
We are, of course, both masters and slaves of words. Some of which mean more than they sound, and, when hearing them, they spontaneously produce deep-seated mental images that we think are ours, though they are not.

One such word is “socialism” or “socialist.” Over 100 years of unremitting and hammering anti-socialist propaganda were not spent in vain. Contrary to its actual and etymological meaning, a ‘socialist’ filtered through propaganda is a scrounger, an idler whose ideal profession is to do nothing, followed by long periods of rest, an ignorant recipient of unearned privileges, an individual envious of his deserving betters, a peddler of diabolical notions, a godless creature imbued with satanic ideas, inculcated in him by godless preachers and sundry enemies of humanity.

As for the states that dare practice socialism in whatever form, they are poor, starving, helpless, hopeless, godless, powerless, corrupt and without freedom. Their rulers are dictators who defend the indefensible and vainly attempt to make the unworkable work.
It’s not even worth it to dispute the propaganda, for, after a certain not-easily-measurable level of indoctrination, too many people no longer believe in facts.

Returning to Venezuela, the official (US, Anglo-Zionist) info-mill wants us to believe that the country is on the brink of a civil war, that citizens are on the edge of starvation, and that only a brutal dictatorship, fearful of its own demise, forces the citizens to live under its regime. Hinted-at, though not openly declared, is that Venezuelans eagerly await the (military and logistic) helping hand of the exceptional nation to regain their freedom.
It’s a line that, in the context of the neo-liberal philosophy, makes sense. Thirty years of recent history have taught one truth to the dominant oligarchic classes. They need an enemy to effectively resist the consequences of the social regression they impose at home. And two or more enemies are better than one. Venezuela fits the bill.

To balance this gloomy vision of Venezuela, I will first publish extracts from an open letter to the Italian mainstream media, written and signed by over 150 Italian citizens living in Venezuela (letter of course unpublished by the addressee). I will contrast it with an article on Venezuela, written by a Phil Gunson (son of a gun?) for the “International Crisis Group” (nomen omen), a Soros-founded NGO. (there we go again).
Here is what the Italians say:
Dear Italian Citizens,
Reading the Italian mainstream media and listening to the RAI (the equivalent of the BBC in Italy) and other chains, we regrettably observed that, on Venezuela, the information given only repeats the claims, positions and interpretations of one of the two parties concerned.
We also read and hear often that the attention paid to Venezuela by the (Italian) media is justified by the presence in Venezuela of “a substantial Italian community of Italian origin.” This community is said to be suffering, and to be bound together and unanimously with the opposition.
We, the signatories of this letter, are members of this substantial Italian community – but interpret very differently the origin and causes of the serious situation affecting the country where we have lived for many years, where we built our lives and formed our families. We are here either because we emigrated directly, or are the children and grandchildren of Italian immigrants, who came to Venezuela after WW2, to escape poverty, or find employment unavailable in Italy.
Many of us have shared and approved the project of Bolivarian socialism proposed by Chavez and continued by Maduro. We did so either as activists or voters, and participated directly in the project of a more just and supportive Venezuela.
What was and is unacceptable to us is that in a country so beautiful, rich in resources and potential, tens of millions of people lived for more than a century in a situation of strict apartheid, barred from any opportunity of social emancipation, and therefore without the essential rights to a dignified life, namely work, education, public health services and a pension.
Venezuela has endured this situation for over 100 years. We ask why, only at the beginning of this century, with Hugo Chavez, for the first time in the history of this country, these issues have been decisively addressed. And why this had not happened before. Those who today protest in the streets of the affluent neighborhoods, shouting “freedom!” where were they, what were they doing, before Chavez was elected in free democratic elections?
In these years (of Chavez), various UN agencies and the UN itself, have certified that Venezuela was among the first countries in the world in the fight against poverty, illiteracy and child mortality, achieving results unmatched in scale, speed of progress and quality.
You write about the lack of products of first necessity, and (prescription) drugs, but do not say that there is a coordinated hoarding and speculative action, that has driven up exponentially both prices and inflation. Who is responsible for the importation of these products? Some large and medium-sized private enterprises, furthermore subsidized by the State. In the best of cases, these shortages reflect the inefficiency of these private group. Or, more ominously, the groups make political use of the shortages. This is similar to what happened in Chile in 1973, in order to overthrow the democratic government of Allende.
Clearly the main objective of this revolt of the rich (please note that the riots only occur in affluent neighborhoods of our city), is to call into question the social achievements reached in recent years, to privatize our national oil company and other rising enterprises operating in strategic sectors, such as gas, gold, coltan, thorium, the latter recently discovered in large quantity. The objective of these social sectors is to return to their mythical past, a feudal past in which a small elite enjoyed all the privileges and had the charge of the country, while tens of millions languished in utter poverty.
We do not have a truth to convey, but we have so many things to tell and make known to Italians in Italy through the media. Beginning with the fact that the Italian community is not, as today your media claims, siding with the violent, the vandals who destroy the infrastructure of the country or the criminals who design and lead so-called peaceful protests that are anything but peaceful.
The Italian community in Venezuela is composed of about 150 thousand citizens with an Italian passport, and over 2 million natives. The natives, thanks to the new Constitution of Venezuela, approved under the Hugo Chavez government, were able to claim dual citizenship. We have lived and continue to share with other Venezuelans the successes and difficulties of these years.
Most of us have supported and continue to support the process of modernization and democratization of Venezuela. Many of us have been and are auditors, managers, politicians and members of parliament .The entrepreneurs are members of the “Middle Class for the Positive” and of such Christian organizations as Ecuvives. They have supported and continue to support the Bolivarian process. Several of them participated in the drafting of the Constitution, which reflects strongly the Italian Constitution enacted after WW2. They have largely supported Hugo Chavez and support Maduro, oppose the violent demonstrations and the vandalism organized by sectors of the ultra-right in Venezuela (sounds like Ukraine to me).
A small minority, as small is, proportionally, the Venezuelan elite, supports the positions of the opposition. Thanks to external financial support they carry out a continuous campaign of defamation of Bolivarian Venezuela in many countries, including Italy.
There are 20 Italian organizations in Venezuela with approximately 7,000 members.
Only some of these associations, together with their newspapers, directly subsidized by the Italian government, have carried out, in recent years and in full freedom, a campaign of disinformation against the Bolivarian experience. Regrettably, they have formed the unique “sources of information” accredited by different bodies of the Italian press.
But this is not “the Italian community” in Venezuela. It is a quite limited section, whose views are amplified by the official (Italian) media. The rest of the Italian community and of the dual-nationals organize and mobilize in this country as in all others. Some are against and most favor the Bolivarian process.
The Italian communities in Venezuela are in no danger. As in every Latin-American country, and anywhere, there are different political and social visions.
Exploitation of the Italian presence in Venezuela to undermine the Bolivarian Republic is dangerous, and it has no other objective than telling lies and feeding strife.
Now let’s hear from another source, Phil Gunson. (“son of a gun”) with his article, titled (original in Spanish), “Venezuela: a Blueprint for Strife.” published in the official communication channel of the Soros-funded “International Crisis Group.” The article is long and I will report only some of the most meaningful statements.
Amid the tumult on the streets of Venezuela, which has cost dozens of lives in the past six weeks, two crucially important, and related, events threaten to spur even greater violence and eclipse all possibility of international engagement aimed at redressing the country’s plight.
One was the announcement on 23 April by Foreign Minister Delcy Rodríguez that the country would withdraw from the Organization of American States (OAS) in response to what the government of Nicolás Maduro sees as “interference” in Venezuela’s internal affairs. The other move, which immediately incensed protesters and brought widespread foreign repudiation, was a presidential decree of 1 May convening an assembly to rewrite the country’s constitution.
(summary of the changes most dreaded by the son of a gun),
A… More active participation in the political process by trade unions and peasant groups.
B… More members of parliament elected at the municipal level, where they can be better known and evaluated for their persona and performance.
Gunson writes in dismay that this electoral system is “identical to that in the National Assembly of Cuba.” (God forbid).
The withdrawal from the OAS was, according to the author, “in response to pressure, both external and domestic, on the Maduro government to hold elections, restore the separation of powers, free political prisoners, and open a “humanitarian channel to ease the country’s critical shortages of food, medicines and other basic goods. Rather than accede to demands for genuine negotiations with the opposition Democratic Unity (MUD, Movement for Democratic Unity), the government has made good on its threat to “deepen the revolution” by creating a so-called “communal state”.
… “Meanwhile, in response to almost daily demonstrations by the MUD, security forces have clearly been given orders to intensify the repression. By 10 May, six weeks of violence had killed 39 people, according to the PROVEA human rights organization.”
[NOTE. For the record, ‘PROVEA’ is another NGO whose website has a banner title with the words “Dictadura vs. Rebelion Popular”]
I will skip to what the author subtitles “The Way Forward”
“…Venezuela could face civil war. At the very least, there could be a period of violent anarchy on the streets, with armed, pro-government groups and criminal gangs spreading mayhem. The civilian population, already facing hunger and a breakdown of the country’s basic infrastructure, would suffer even greater hardship, and the task of reconstructing Venezuela would become far more taxing. In contrast, a decision by the bulk of the armed forces not to obey government orders to use violence against demonstrators – and to take action against armed civilians acting as para-police groups – could galvanize both sides into seeking a peaceful and negotiated solution. Already there have been signs of internal dissent, with dozens of officers, including two generals, reportedly under investigation by military intelligence (DGCIM).
A decision by the bulk of the armed forces not to obey government orders to use violence against demonstrators […] could galvanize both sides into seeking a peaceful and negotiated solution.
International pressure is vital, but needs to be carefully calibrated, with carrots as well as sticks, so as to offer a way out to those members of the regime who may be inclined to negotiate a return to democracy.”
No need for interpretation. They are working on the military.
As you see, here is another example of how a billionaire (Soros), deeply imbedded in the foreign circles of the exceptional nation, organizes information on the Country he wishes to destroy, so as to gobble it up in a single bite.
And this with the help and in concert with other NGOs and similar, fake humanitarians who have lost all humanity and every shame. Much as Amnesty International, itself undeserving or unworthy of any amnesty.
First they work on public opinion so that the western oligarchies are unembarrassed to be corralled into the flatulent and pestiferous ”Coalitions of the Willing.” Coalitions to hide or legitimize any maneuver, even the most senseless and violent, when not to actually intervene militarily or to finance sundry terrorists (equivalent of ISIS), mercenaries and paramilitary groups, as they are doing in Caracas.
The “orange revolution” in Venezuela has been financed for 18 years, but failed to obtain the desired goal. It is apparently in crisis, even in numbers. The opposition owns and controls the Venezuelan mainstream media and is patiently tolerated by the Bolivarian regime. To televise the “rebelion,” to compensate for the shortage of Jacobins and to give the impression of crowds, photographers must restrict the cameras’ field of view. They censor, however, every pro-Maduro event (so I was told by a friend living there). But there is no shortage of (paid) sons of guns and sons of bitches to produce material like what I just extracted from.
Finally, at the cost of inducing vomit in some readers, here is what the Soros-funded International Crisis Group (with members like Phil Gunson), is about
Mission Statement.
“The International Crisis Group is an independent organization working to prevent wars and shape policies that will build a more peaceful world.
Crisis Group sounds the alarm to prevent deadly conflict. We build support for the good governance and inclusive politics that enable societies to flourish. We engage directly with a range of conflict actors to seek and share information, and to encourage intelligent action for peace.
Our work is urgently needed as the world is confronted with a dramatic rise in the number of conflicts, with devastating humanitarian, social and economic costs. Efforts to resolve conflicts are complicated by the profound shift in geopolitics, as well as the increasing prominence of non-state actors ranging from religious militants to criminal gangs.
In this more polarized, fragmented and dangerous world, Crisis Group’s work points a way forward. War is not inevitable; it is a man-made disaster. We must mobilize political leaders to heed early warnings and take early action to avoid looming conflicts. And we must build more creative and flexible frameworks for international diplomacy.”
In light of what these NGO monstrosities have done and continue doing worldwide, we can only ask, “Shame, where is thy blush?”
Note (1) The article “The Magnificent “G”Seven” (http://thesaker.is/the-magnificent-gseven/) attempts to demonstrate why a so-called democracy cannot but be, in the current circumstances and Zeitgeist, a concentration of oligarchies and, consequently, a negation of itself.

          Religious freedom has never been easy   
The Pilgrims fled from England to Holland in 1607. When Spain threatened to invade Holland, the Pilgrims considered sailing to Guyana in South America, as they heard of its tropical climate. Pilgrim Governor William Bradford wrote in Of Plymouth Plantation: “Some … had thoughts and were earnest for Guiana. … Those for Guiana alleged that [...]
          Carribean Premier League 2016 Top 4 teams of the season   
The grand cricket tournament Caribbean Premier league has been started from 29th June 2016. Total 6 teams are participating in the tournament out of which only one will get the title of CPL 2016. Jamaica Tallawahs, Barbodas Tridents, Guyana Amazon Warriors, St Kitts & Nevis Patriots, St Lucia Zouks and Trinbago Knight Riders are the teams which are participating this year in the tournament. The Finale will be played on 7th August 2016 and it will give us the winner of 2016 season.



This year total 30 matches will be played in the first round of the tournament in which each team will play 10 matches. Each team will play twice with the other 5 teams and int the end of the first round, CPL points table 2016 will tell us the team standings and the top 4 teams will get chance to play the next round of CPL 2016.

In the play-offs,  matches to be played which will give us our two finalist of 2016 season and on 7 august the grand finale will be played. Here is the current top 4 teams of the CPL 2016 :-

For Updated:- CPL points table 2016 follow the link .


Teams
Mat
Win
Lose
Tie
Points
NRR
Jamaica Tallawahs
08
06
01
01
13
+1.502
Guyana Amazon Warriors
07
05
02
00
10
+0.245
Barbados Tridents
07
03
03
01
07
-0.022
Trinbago Knight Riders
07
03
04
00
06
-0.102
ST Lucia Zouks
05
02
03
00
04
-0.629
ST Kitts & Nevis Patriots
08
01
07
00
02
-1.022



          NFMU activates spectrum monitoring stations   
Guyana’s National Frequency Management Unit (NFMU) has switched on three spectrum monitoring stations that will allow the regulator to determine whether spectrum is being used illegally as well as detect and monitor licenced spectrum, including frequencies used by the nation’s mobile providers. Demerara Waves quotes Minister of Public Telecommunications Catherine Hughes, as saying that: ‘For the first time, we can measure accurately how that spectrum is being used, who is using that spectrum. We can bring transparency to the process, we can ensure that we reduce the illegal use of spectrum.’ The installation comprises one fixed site – located at the NFMU headquarters – plus two mobile, trailer-mounted stations, and cost USD563,873. A spokesperson for the watchdog noted that more stations will be installed in other areas of the country in the future. The upgrade comes as the NFMU gears up for reforms that will see the watchdog rolled into a new regulatory authority, the National Telecommunication Agency (NTA). Further, the information gathered by the sites will help inform spectrum-related policy-making.
          Family Travel in the Amazon, Making Shark Movies in Mexico, Solo Travel Tips for Women in Egypt, Trip or Treat for Free Travel from BootsnAll and World Nomads   
Happy almost October! This week on BootsnAll we’ve been talking about fears and misconceptions about “riskier” destinations and travel activities and how to deal with them before, during and after a trip. Vickie Lillo shows us that family travel doesn’t have to mean giving your tourism dollars to an all-inclusive resort or a theme park–if you’re open-minded enough to take your teenager hiking in the Amazon rainforest, that is. How do you dismiss childhood nightmares about Jaws? If you’re Maurice D. Valentine, by cage-diving with great white sharks in Mexico (and getting it on film for posterity).  Been dying to get to Egypt but worried about going alone? Despite dire warnings from friends and family, fearless traveler and staff writer Jenn Miller is just back from a lovely solo trip there–with overland travel tips to share. Finally, if you’re ready to travel but your budget isn’t quite there yet, you should take five minutes and enter Trip or Treat to win a free trip to Cambodia, Central Europe or Egypt from World Nomads, BootsnAll, and Intrepid Travel. A Family Vacation in Guyana: Seeing the Amazon From an Amerindian Perspective What if your tourism dollars could help save the Amazon rainforests and wildlife and conserving traditional culture on an Amerindian reservation? Vickie Lillo shares practical information on how to do just that, […]
          Theraphosa blondi, Laba-laba Tarantula Terbesar   
Laba-laba, binatang yang satu ini mungkin bukanlah binatang yang asing ditelinga kita. Saking "tenar"nya sampai muncul tokoh Spiderman, seorang superhero yang bisa dibilang superhero termiskin dan tersial didunia, bagaimana tidak, perhatikan aja film spiderman, berapa kali harus keluar kerja, diomelin bos, sampai-sampai untuk bersaing mendapatkan cewek idaman aja, dia tidak punya kepercayaan diri tinggi... bandingkan dengan tokoh superhero lain, misalnya Batman atau Ironman.
kembali ke laba-laba, akhir-akhir ini ditemukan laba-laba tarantula yang terbesar didunia. Aduh, jadi inget film tentang laba-laba jenis tarantula yang menyerang kota... seramnya.
laba-laba ini diperkenalkan bertepatan dengan upaya ilmuwan lapangan yang bekerja sama dengan Organisasi Conversasi Internasional, yang tujuannya adalah mencari hewan-hewan paling misterius dan terancam di ekosistem tropis. Katanye, upaya ini berhasil menambahkan lebih dari 1.300 species baru dalam daftar ilmu pengetahuan padahal katanye selama ini baru sekitar 500 jenis yang udah resmi dideskripsikan berdasarkan taksonomi, untuk klasifikasi dan penamaan.

Binatang yang paling dihindari para arachnofobia (katanye sih golongan orang-orang yang phobia sama laba-laba) merupakan taratula terbesar yang di temukan masih dalam kondisi hidup, terbesar sehingga sanggup menelan ular beracun.
katanye Daily Mail, laba-laba raksasa yang dijuluki Theraphosa blondi ini terbesar di dunia berdasarkan massa tubuh. Ukuran raksasanya mencapai bobot 170gram. Kakinya bisa memanjang hingga 30cm. Aneh, ko dinamai Theraphosa blondi ya? yang artinya laba-laba Goliath pemakan burung, apa dia memang makan burung dan sejenisnya? ternyata, katanye ilmuwan Program Rapid Assessment Conservation International, yang mengamati laba-laba tarantula ini sejak tahun 2006 di Guyana,tarantula ini malah banyak menyantap hewan tidak bertulang belakang atau invertebrata. katanye lagi, selama pengamatan hewan ini makan mamalia kecil dan kadal. Bahkan, bisa memakan ular berbisa.

Hewan yang lebih milih hidup di liang dasar di dataran rendah hujan tropis ini, selain bikin serem karena besarnya, masih di tambah lagi tarantula ini punya taring, dan berbisa dan racunnya bisa membunuh manusia.
laba laba ini, mempunyai jalur pertahanan utama yang terletak pada bulu-bulu yang menutupi sekujur tubuhnya. Ketika merasa terancam, mereka menggosokkan kakinya ke perut.
Langkah gosokan ini melepas kabut duri mikroskopis yang bersarang pada selaput kulit dan lendir. Inilah senjata penyerangnya yang bisa mengakibatkan nyeri dan iritasi tahan lama. Kendati begitu berbahaya, ilmuwan terlihat berani menyentuhkan tangannya ke hewan beracun ini.

wah kalau begini sih ga perlu para penderita arachnofobia yang kabur,.. ane juga mendingan kabur kalo ketemu hewan begini.. ternyata masih banyak yang belum kita ketahui dari bumi tempat kita tinggal ya? Maha tinggi sang pencipta alam semesta ini beserta isinya.
          Pauline Melville: Napfogyatkozás Guyanában - Jelenlegi ára: 840 Ft   
Pauline Melville: Napfogyatkozás Guyanában
Raktári szám: A017079
ISBN: 9639348872
Kiadás éve: 2003
Kiadó: Ulpius-ház Könyvkiadó
Méret: 130*200 mm, 382 oldal
Állapot: papírkötés, jó
Szinte minden mitológiában szerepe és helye van a testvérszerelem motívumának, a latin-amerikai indián mitológiában azonban különösen kidolgozott ez a motívum, még a napfogyatkozást (amikor a Hold eltakarja a Napot) is ezzel hozzák összefüggésbe, hisz a fiú a Nap, a leány pedig a Hold, a testvérszerelem tehát kozmikus jelenség. Pauline Melville regénye egy huszadik századi, Guyanában játszódó testvérszerelem történetét beszéli el, a mágikus, mítikus regény eszközeivel, csodás líraisággal. Az egzotikus környezet, a fiatal (testvér)pár szenvedélyes szerelme, a mélyen lírai írói felfogásmód, a környezetrajznak az alaptörténethez illő gazdagsága, az indián legendák, mitologémák, babonák és a modern világkép olykori harsány ütköztetése, illetve szép egymásra játszatása teszik a regényt jelentőssé, minden olvasó számára érdekessé.
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          ALGUNOS SITIOS TURISTICOS DEL LLANO   
Hola amig@s
estos son algunos sitios turisticos de nuestro llano y orinoquía Colombiana.


























TURISMO AVENTURA - LLANOS Y ORINOQUIA

El amplio territorio que se extiende entre el "pie de monte" de la
Cordillera Oriental y la frontera con Venezuela está formado por los "Llanos Orientales" y la Orinoquía, una inmensa llanura de más de 250.000 kilómetros cuadrados, cubierta casi toda por pastos naturales, con manchas frecuentes de "bosques de galería". Y uno que otro sector de cultivos de arroz, palma africana y oleaginosas, en proximidad de los ríos y no demasiado apartados del "pie de monte".
Los
ríos mayores -Arauca, Casanare, Meta, Tomo, Vichada, Guaviare, Inírida y sus numerosos afluentes -, pertenecen a la vertiente del Orinoco. El sector comprendido por los dos últimos citados y el Vaupés, deja de ser "sabana" y forma una selva transicional entre el Orinoco y el Amazonas. Con esta excepción, los inmensos pastizales sirven en su mayor parte para ganadería extensiva: fundos de miles de hectáreas, distancias de muchas horas de camino entre un lugar habitado y otro, poca gente, inexistencia de cercos o demarcaciones. Toda la región se somete dos veces al año a fuertes contrastes climáticos: lluvias torrenciales que provocan inundaciones, alternadas por largas sequías que causan voraces incendios.
El medio y sus habitantes tienen mucho en común con los Llanos de Venezuela: historia regional, paisaje, indumentaria, bailes y cantos. ( Y a propósito: los joropos, amenizados por pequeños conjuntos de cuerda, incluyen dos instrumentos muy locales: el más pequeño - el cuatro- es una especie de tiple minúsculo. El más grande - el arpa - es una herencia de los jesuitas y resulta toda una paradoja, por lo inapropiada a un medio donde todo se mueve a caballo y a grandes distancias. El caso es que la música llanera es una de las mejor caracterizadas del país.)

EL LLANO TRADICIONAL:

El eje principal de los Llanos es el Río Meta, que los cruza en diagonal desde el centro de Colombia en dirección Nordeste y recoge en su camino una larga serie de ríos cordilleranos. La parte tradicional está entre el Meta y la Cordillera Oriental, asiento de varias de las haciendas jesuíticas anteriores a la primera expulsión de la Compañía en 1.867, y de grandes hatos (algunos, como el de San Pablo, sobre el Cravo Sur, admiten grupos organizados de turistas; una curiosidad de este lugar es que cría búfalos junto con la faena ganadera tradicional). Esta es una zona que vivió siempre en estrecho contacto con el centro del país andino; en Casanare se reorganizaron las fuerzas que Santander le aportó al Ejército Libertador y que fueron la clave del triunfo en l.819.
Por este sector llanero, pero muy recostado al "piedemonte", se puede cumplir un circuito terrestre.
Entrar por
Villavicencio (a dos horas y media de Bogotá, buena carretera), ciudad principal pero aún demasiado fronteriza a la vida del Llano propiamente dicho (hay buenos hoteles por el intenso movimiento ganadero y comercial).
De Villavo se puede seguir Llano adentro, o volver hacia Bogotá por la "vía alterna".
Entrar por cualquiera de dos carreteras al Norte, en el
Departamento de Boyacá:
La primera desciende de la región del Lago de Tota (asfaltada únicamente hasta allí), entra por Aguazul, desde donde se puede proseguir a Yopal o tomar en dirección de Mani, una bella región para descanso a orillas del Cusiana, a partir de la cual es posible embarcarse por el río (dejando el vehículo) para descender al Meta rumbo a Orocué; o, en fin, de Aguazul se continúa el circuito terrestre por el piedemonte hacia Villavicencio (vuelve a haber asfalto en Cumaral).
La segunda entrada boyacense es más corta que la anterior: entra por Guateque-Chivor-Santa María ( se llega a Guateque tomando la carretera al Valle de Tensa, en el trayecto Bogotá-
Tunja, inmediatamente después del embalse del Sisga), cruzando una región de extraordinaria belleza escénica en el sector de la represa de Chivor. La primera población llanera es San Luis de Gaceno, de donde se va a Villanueva, un municipio de extraordinaria vitalidad, a partir del cual se está en la carretera "alterna" hacia Villavicencio, por Barranca de Upía- Cumaral, igual que en el caso anterior.
Los recorridos anteriores son fáciles de hacer en cuatro días desde Bogotá, cruzando largos tramos de carretera sin asfaltar, en buen estado, con mucho polvo y ausencia casi total de servicios.
Fuera del circuito del "piedemonte", a partir de Villavicencio se puede explorar el Llano en paralelo al Río Meta, vía Puerto López (85 Kms. pavimentados) y Puerto Gaitán (110 Kms. más, sin pavimento. Escasea la gasolina de aquí en adelante). En este tramo hay buenos lugares de pesca y playones para hacer camping, a orillas del Meta mismo y del Río Yucao. Mayor interés presentan adelante Orocué-El Porvenir-Carimagua. ( A mitad de este trayecto la carretera desmejora progresivamente). Orocué es la mitad del curso del Meta. Para llegar por carretera es necesario cruzar el río en ferry -por lo cual conviene llegar de día -, a unos 320 kms. de Villavicencio.
También existen vuelos regulares. Típica población llanera, fue puerto importante de navegación internacional hasta la segunda Guerra Mundial. Conserva las casas de varios consulados y una vieja Base Naval que fue transformada en hotel y que funciona a medias (se anuncia que va a ser mejorada). Hay tres comunidades indígenas Sálivas cercanas, con interesante artesanía. En frente, a menos de una hora, existen una bella laguna y una estación agrícola (Carimagua), de mucho interés. Y a partir de este lugar, a unos 40 Kms. camino por la sabana apartándose del Meta y en dirección del Vichada (74 Kms. desde Orocué - no olvidar el ferry -), se llega a Gaviotas, otra estación experimental de tecnologías apropiadas para hidroponía, reforestación, generación eléctrica y energía solar. Hay buen alojamiento, previo arreglo con el Centro Gaviotas en Bogotá. Bastante más lejos, a muchas horas de viaje, se encuentra la entrada terrestre del Parque del Tuparro. (Hasta aquí habría recorrido 627 Kms. desde Puerto Gaitán, por caminos de sabana, muy difíciles de seguir en invierno). Gaviotas y el Tuparro también tienen pistas en servicio para vuelos especiales.
El Sector Ariari-Guayavero-La Macarena:
Una segunda porción del Llano, más hacia el sur, la constituyen los ríos Ariari y Guayabero (que al unirse forman el Guaviare), por entre los cuales se ha venido dando la colonización más reciente, que hoy avanza más allá de las sabanas, hacia el territorio selvático. Los atractivos de esta zona están principalmente en la Serranía de la Macarena, una formación montañosa que pareciera ser el último y más grande de los "Tepuyes" del escudo guyanés en territorio de Colombia.
Según los entendidos, se trata de uno de los hitos naturalísticos más importantes del continente, con una flora y fauna muy particulares (se destaca una concentración de especies de aves - más de 450-, sin paralelo a nivel mundial). Fuera de ser el paraíso de los ornitólogos, la Sierra es de una prodigiosa belleza paisajística: caños y ríos cristalinos ( Río Guéjar, Caño Cristales), raudales ( Angostura I en el Guayabero y Caño Cafre, en cuyos bordes rocosos abundan los petroglifos). Hay también enormes cascadas, difíciles de apreciar a pié por lo arriscado del terreno. (Tome nota de que hay sectores de la Macarena que presentan inseguridad.) Se accede a la Sierra por la carretera Villavicencio-San Martin-Granada, desviando en este punto hacia San Juan de Arama.
Otro programa de excursión consiste en penetrar al fondo sur del Llano, continuando de Granada a Puerto Lleras y de allí a San José del Guaviare.
Esta es una región frontera de colonización, que amerita una visita combinada con Araracuara (ver Amazonía), tomando en San José el avión para el último trayecto. Cerca a San José hay las mejores huellas rupestres del país: petroglifos y pinturas.

EL LLANO REMOTO-LA ORINOQUÍA:

Ya en el extremo oriental del país, hay tres localidades de interés para el turismo de aventura, cuya visita debe planearse necesariamente por avión, desde Bogotá (o Villavicencio), o accediendo a ellas por Venezuela. (Hay un gran proyecto vial inconcluso que da posibilidad de llegar por tierra a Puerto Carreño en verano, pero son 650 kms. de carretera en mal estado desde Puerto Gaitán, con muy malos servicios). Se trata pues de destinos costosos por la enorme distancia y porque una vez en la zona se requiere disponibilidad para recorridos largos, donde incide mucho el alto precio local de los combustibles.
Puerto Carreño
Está en la confluencia del Meta en el Río Orinoco. Es un pequeño poblado, pintoresco, con hospedajes bastante modestos, desde donde se puede remontar el Orinoco en lancha o "voladora" como allí se les llama. Si tiene interés de llegar hasta Puerto Ayacucho (capital venezolana del Estado de Amazonas) recuerde hacer gestiones en la Embajada de Venezuela en Bogotá o intentar el permiso con el Consulado en Puerto Carreño. En el trayecto fluvial tienen interés la desembocadura y los playones del Río Vita y el poblado Guaripa, de los indios guahíbos. Casi al salir de Carreño es preciso superar el primero de varios bellísimos raudales del Orinoco.
El paisaje del río es muy distinto al de sus congéneres de los Llanos y la
Amazonía, cuyos cauces suelen ser lentos, muy anchos, sobre lechos fangosos. Este es en cambio un río de gran fuerza, que corre veloz por entre un lecho de roca viva. El ancho de unos trescientos cincuenta metros es sorprendentemente reducido, puesto que ya ha recibido más atrás ríos inmensos como el Guaviare, el Vichada y el Tomo, cada uno tan ancho como el Orinoco mismo ( lo que explica su enorme profundidad: 60 metros en verano a la altura de Puerto Carreño ). A ambos lados del río a medida que se asciende surgen entre los pastizales enormes moles de piedra, como montañas, muy típicas del Escudo Guyanés.)
Al sur de Puerto Ayacucho se encuentran los famosos raudales de Maipures, que Humboldt calificó como la Octava Maravilla del Mundo, imposibles de sortear navegando (hay carretera del lado venezolano). Frente al raudal está el Parque del Tuparro, ya mencionado atrás, cuyos límites van de la desembocadura del Tomo (al norte) a la del Tuparro (al sur). El Parque está en territorio de los indios Guahibos, y es muy rico en primates araguatos, monos maiceros cariblancos y cachones; perros de agua y nutrias; pumas; osos hormigueros; ardillas; venados; paujiles, guacharacas, mochuelos y alcaravanes; tortugas terecay, caimanes del Orinoco y babillas; peces osteoglosos, caribes, cachamas y palometas. (Hay cabañas del Inderena y guianza dentro del Parque)
Puerto Inírida
Está más al sur del Tuparro, sobre el río del mismo nombre. ( Preferible llegar en avión, desde Carreño o como destino de viaje desligado del anterior). Este es el corazón de la selva transicional entre el Orinoco y la
Amazonía. El poblado mismo tiene interés como sitio de colonización dirigida (es la única localidad de la selva "planeada" como ciudad y hay al menos dos hotelitos de turismo frecuentados por pescadores). Pero el atractivo verdadero está en una amplia región circundante. El primero ellos, de indescriptible belleza, está a unas dos horas en voladora aguas arriba - El Remanso -, poblado indígena muy llamativo por la calidad y disposición de las viviendas, que indican una remota migración desde los Andes; y por estar enfrente de una curva del río entre dos gigantescas moles graníticas (Mavecuri), totalmente inesperadas entre la selva absolutamente plana.
El río forma grandes playones de arena blanca. (Hay posibilidad de acampar o de dormir en hamacas en un tambo comunitario muy amable. La comunidad es pobre, pero muy hospitalaria.) Aguas abajo, a diez minutos de Puerto Inírida, el río desemboca en el
río Guaviare, con mejores condiciones de pesca que el anterior. Y una hora después, éste último llega a un lugar singularísimo, verdadera curiosidad geográfica e imponente paisaje, al que Humboldt denominó la "Estrella fluvial del Sur". Este es el verdadero nacimiento del "gran Orinoco" por la confluencia del Orinoco mismo, hasta aquí un río relativamente menor, que viene desde Venezuela; el Atabapo, que viene del sur, haciendo frontera entre los dos países; y el Guaviare, que llega desde el lado colombiano. Los tres ríos se juntan en un radio de apenas tres o cuatro kilómetros.
San Felipe
Volando de Puerto Inírida hacia el sur, existe otro lugar muy especial que merece visitarse sobre el Río Negro, el primero de los grandes ríos de la cuenca del
Amazonas, todavía en frontera con Venezuela pero ya muy cerca del Brasil. Aquí hay dos curiosidades: el pié del poblado de San Felipe, las ruinas del único fuerte español en territorio de la selva, desde donde se tenía el control de paso fluvial para cualquier embarque o desplazamiento militar que tuviera origen en los dominios de Portugal. Es un pequeño reducto de murallas de dos o tres metros de altura, alrededor de un patio central de unos ochenta metros por cada costado, con un par de baluartes cuyos cañones fueron a parar al puesto de la Guardia Venezolana, al otro lado del río. Navegando el Río Negro hacia el norte, a media hora de San Felipe, se encuentra una de las curiosidades geográficas más raras del mundo , que fue el motivo del histórico viaje de Humboldt por el Orinoco: el puente de unión entre la cuenca orinoquesa y la amazónica. El Brazo o río Casiquiare, que sale del Río Negro, permite cerrar el circuito de navegación que comienza desde el Atlántico por el Brasil, entrando por el Amazonas; se desvía antes de Manaos por su principal afluente hacia el Noroeste, y pasa luego por el Casiquiare al Orinoco, para desembocar de nuevo al Atlántico por Venezuela.

          ‘Raking in arrears is what’s saving us’ – Jordan   
– VAT collection down $1.8B Contrary to the belief that the government is raking in money, there has actually been a shortfall in Value-Added Tax (VAT) and Income Tax collection, says the Finance Minister Winston Jordan. The Minister was at the time fielding questions from members of the Private Sector at a Guyana Manufacturing and […]
          First paddy shipment leaves for Mexico   
More than two years after losing a major rice market in Venezuela, the Guyana Rice Development Board (GRDB) yesterday announced the start of paddy shipments to Spanish-speaking nation, Mexico. This initial shipment which totalled 17,000 tonnes, according to the Ministry of Agriculture, is the first batch of paddy from a contract that will see 60,000 […]
          De Chat-3 begging fuh sympathy   
Wha go round does come round. De Brazil President, Lula, wha Jagdeo give de highest national award in Guyana, is before de courts fuh thiefing. De lady who he install get kick out de wuk and dem trying to jail she. De man who tek over from she and is de sitting president going to […]
          GBA’s Andrew Lewis Nat Novices C/Ships…GDF retain crown after ‘Blackout’ stops fights   
By Sean Devers The Guyana Defence Force (GDF) came with heavy artillery and quick marched to back-to-back titles as they dominated the five other gyms when the extended Guyana Boxing Association (GBA) Andrew ‘Sixhead’ Lewis National Novices Championship concluded yesterday at the ‘Sixhead’ Gym in Albouystown. Originally scheduled for three nights at National Gymnasium, a […]
          NAPF/Caribbean and NAPF/FESUPO Powerlifting…Confident 15-member team leaves Guyana tomorrow for battle; six to make debuts   
By Franklin Wilson A confident 15-member national team of strongwomen and men will leave Guyana tomorrow for the USA where they will battle for top honours at the 16th Annual NAPF/FESUPO Pan-American Powerlifting Championships; 15th Annual NAPF North American Regional Powerlifting Championships and 32nd Annual FESUPO South American Powerlifting Championships in Orlando, Florida, USA. Set […]
          Guyana inches closer to EU deal on timber certification   
Guyana has made significant progress towards concluding a Voluntary Partnership Agreement (VPA) with the European Union (EU), after completing a key milestone in the Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade (FLEGT) VPA negotiation process. Known as Field Testing, this phase enabled stakeholders to evaluate progress and make recommendations for the successful completion of the VPA […]
          Complaint lodged with medical council over maternal death   
A complaint has been lodged with the Guyana Medical Council in lieu of legal proceedings intended to be brought against staff of the New Amsterdam Hospital over the death of an infant which occurred in May. According to reports, the child’s parents Bibi Girdharry and Durel Hooper, of 90 Vryman’s Erven, New Amsterdam, Berbice have, […]
          Stats show three cases of Tip for the year   
The Ministry of Social Protection continues to work towards preventing the Trafficking In Persons (TIP) in Guyana. Tanisha Williams-Corbin, Coordinator (ag), Countering Trafficking in Persons Unit (CTIP), told the Department of Public Information (DPI)/Government Information Agency (GINA) that for the period January to March 2017, three cases of Trafficking in Persons were referred to the […]
          Guyana, Brazil explore completion of Linden/Lethem road   
-air services agreement inked; help for seed certification coming Guyana and Brazil this week held discussions in Brasilia on a range of issues on their bilateral agenda, including the development of infrastructure linking the two states, the promotion of trade and investment, and technical cooperation in agriculture, water resources management and other areas, as well […]
          ANARCHY ON OUR ROADS   
Traffic fatalities are among the leading causes of death in Guyana. They account for untold number of disabilities in the country. The indiscriminate use of the roads by all categories of road users, has led to anarchy on the roadways. It is reported that one traffic accident occurs every 45 minutes and one person is […]
          Guyana to sign financing agreement with the OPEC Fund   
Guyana is set to sign an Organisations of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) Fund for International Development. This comes as Government takes additional steps to promote trade and investment operations in the country. The announcement was made yesterday by Minister of State, Joseph Harmon, at the post-Cabinet press briefing at the Ministry of the Presidency. He […]
          The Caribbean   
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          Security guard gunned down at supermarket   
A 64- year old security guard was Friday night shot and killed with his firearm by two identifiable male bandits while he was on duty. He has been identified as Gerald Henry of ‘C’ Field, Sophia. The Guyana Police Force said he was stationed at a supermarket located at Lot 8 Block X, Liliendaal, East ...
          Guyana begins shipping US$17 million worth of paddy to Mexico   
Guyana on Friday began shipping US$17.7 million (GYD$3.8 billion) worth of paddy over the next two months, the Ministry of Agriculture said. The shipment is being made through the Guyana Rice Development Board (GRDB). This initial shipment which totalled 17,000 tonnes is the first batch of paddy from a contract that will see 60,000 tonnes ...
          Policeman charged with sexual offence allegedly committed at TSU   
A Guyana Police Force sergeant was Friday arraigned for sexually penetrating another policeman more than six years ago. City Magistrate, Leron Daly granted Sergeant Dexter Clementson GYD$70,000 bail and ordered him to return to court on July 24, 2017. The charge reads that on March 3, 2011 at the Tactical Services Unit (TSU), he engaged ...
          Three co-accused to stand High Court trial for alleged murder of GGMC engineer   
City Magistrate Judy Latchman on Friday ruled that there is enough evidence for three men to face trial in the High Court for the alleged murder of  Guyana Geology and Mines Commission (GGMC) engineer, Trevor Abrams. Police Prosecutor, Assistant Superintendent Vishnu Hunt, in his submission, told the court that a prima facie has been made ...
          Current tax collections down; arrears collection up – Finance Minister   
The Guyana government has suffered a serious shortfall in the collection of current taxes compared to last year, but the Revenue Authority has raked in more arrears in recent months, Finance Minister Winston Jordan said. In a move aimed at rejecting concerns by the business community that their operational costs have spiked because of increased ...
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          Health & Safety Curriculum Program Advisor & Trainer – Volunteer In Guyana - Cuso International - Toronto, ON   
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          Plan de Emergencias   
Oficina del Rector. Por designación directa de la autoridadDecanato de. Se designarán lugares como Centros de Operaciones y, desde los cuales el Comité de Operaciones deactivará el correspondiente Plan de Emergencia.
Toda acción, medida u operación de respuesta a emergencias será ejecutada
desde la
nominadora, serán igualmente responsables las oficinas del
Administración
Respuestas de Emergencia
Emergencias (COE)
como coordinará y dirigirá las actividades necesarias para la implantación del
mismo.
Comité de Emergencia Institucional (CEI)
El Comité de Emergencia Institucional del Recinto estará compuesto por los
decanos o sus representantes, por funcionarios en posiciones claves dentro de
los decanatos y por los miembros del Comité de Operaciones de Emergencias.
La función de este comité es coordinar los preparativos y actividades que se
deben llevar a cabo en caso de emergencia, en las diferentes áreas de trabajo
bajo su decanato, activar sus respectivos planes de emergencia y divulgar la
información de los planes de operaciones de emergencia entre los empleados.
Grupos de Apoyo Interno
Los grupos de apoyo interno estarán compuestos por el personal del
Departamento de Edificios y Terrenos, Guardia Universitaria, la Coalición de
Enfermería para Comunidades en Desastre (CONCID), Directores y por el
personal asignado en los Planes de Emergencia de cada departamento u
oficina.

La constitucion de 1961


  • La Constitución de 1961 estaba dividida en cuatro partes.
El preámbulo donde se invoca la protección de Dios y se exalta al Libertador Simon Bolivar y a los "grandes servidores de la patria".
La parte dogmática en la cual se establecen como pilares la democracia, la independencia y el carácter de forma federal del Estado venezolano, entre otros;
La parte orgánica, que constaba de doce títulos para un total de 252 artículos;
y las disposiciones transitorias compuestas por 23 disposiciones.
  • Sólo se reconocía como idioma oficial el castellano
  • El Estado venezolano se divide en: Estados, el Distrito Federal, Territorios Federales y las Dependencias Federales.
  • Los Estados se dividen en Distritos y estos en Municipios.
  • No existía la doble nacionalidad, por lo tanto el venezolano que obtuviese otra nacionalidad perdía automáticamente la nacionalidad venezolana.
  • Por primera vez en la historia constitucional venezolana no se hace mención al nombre o número de Estados que componen el país, para evitar hacer reformas constitucionales respecto a éste tema y regirlo por medio de una Ley Orgánica de división político-territorial.
LA UTOPIA:
--ese más allá posible-- ha de ser un instrumento decisivo para proyectar las visiones, el entusiasmo y las conductas mucho más lejos de lo que aportan los magros instrumentos del presente. La recreación de la utopía está a la orden del día. Pero ella no será mera especulación. Como siempre, guardará relaciones con el entorno humano en que se produce, y con sus necesidades. Mas ahora enfrenta la sagacidad, los recursos y la acción intencionada de los opresores, por una parte, y por otra debe engarzar las vivencias y los sueños, satisfacer el espíritu y el protagonismo de los que hasta ayer eran masa pasiva o telón de fondo. Retomemos a José Martí, este proveedor de futuro, sempiterno subversivo, para guiarnos bien contra todas las colonizaciones, incluidas las espirituales que pretenden hacernos cómplices de la dominación. Para volver a interpretar el mundo desde nuestra América y para prefigurar su porvenir, siempre con afán de cambio, como hizo él, ahora que deben multiplicarse los intérpretes y ser muchos millones los actores que conozcan y asuman las interpretaciones. Es urgente recuperar la iniciativa intelectual. En realidad el pensamiento sólo es válido si logra elevarse sobre sus condiciones de producción, y será más fructífero si es capaz de influir sobre ellas

GUAYANA Y SU AUTOPIALa guerra de guerrillas es una táctica militar de conflictos armados consistente en hostigar al enemigo en su propio terreno con destacamentos irregulares y mediante ataques rápidos y sorpresivos, voladuras de instalaciones, puentes y caminos o secuestros de armas y provisiones. Se utiliza con frecuencia en situaciones de guerra asimétrica que, gracias a su movilidad, a su fácil dispersión en pequeños grupos y a su habilidad para desaparecer entre la población civil, resultan muy difíciles de neutralizar. Algunas clasificaciones de conflictos, como la utilizada por el Departamento de Defensa de Estados Unidos, dividen las guerras según varios criterios, entre ellos el del tipo del enemigo a combatir. Siguiendo este criterio los conflictos armados pueden agruparse en Conflictos de Alta Intensidad o guerras convencionales (aquellas donde el enemigo es otro ejército, mejor o peor armado que el propio, pero ejército con cuarteles, centros de mando y territorio que defender), Conflictos de Media Intensidad o guerra de guerrillas (los realizados por grupos paramilitares sostenidos, pobremente armados, pero que controlan ciertas regiones de difícil acceso y con el apoyo tácito de la población directa o por los poderes electos a través de sus ejércitos) y por último los Conflictos de Baja Intensidad y también podría establecerse cierto grado de paralelismo con los movimientos terroristas (realizada por pequeños grupos que no controlan territorio y a veces son apoyados por una parte de la población -matanzas indiscriminadas contra la población civil- o por el contrario por una amplia mayoría contra los poderes establecidos, fuerzas del orden público, etc. o combinado).
En los ejércitos modernos, estos ataques son llamados "operaciones de comandos" si los realizan tropas regulares. El comando es un soldado o un grupo de soldados entrenados y armados en un ejército regular que realiza operaciones de comando audaces acciones en campo enemigo. Los guerrilleros también pueden actuar en relación con el ejército regular; pero son, normalmente milicias integradas por los civiles.

Las Fuerzas Armadas de Liberación Nacional (FALN) fueron la organización guerrillera creada por el Partido Comunista de Venezuela (PCV) en 1962, para dar forma a los nacientes grupos rebeldes que empezaban a operar en el país para derrocar por la fuerza al gobierno de Rómulo Betancourt. Según el ex oficial de la inteligencia cubana Ulises Estrada, la creación de las FALN se enmarcó en una política de apoyo de Fidel Castro a los movimientos armados de Latinoamérica.

Exactamente, porque hay "movimientos insurgentes" pacíficos, es que el nombre original es el más correcto, "movimientos guerrilleros", pero si gustas puedes dejar el de "insurgentes armados". Las formaciones paramilitares y contrainsurgentes, corresponden a otro fenómeno. Pueden estar toda clase de insurgentes de izquierda o derecha (como los Contra de Nicaragua), incluso aquellos sin ideología definida como los hay. Pero organizaciones paramilitares ilegales, organizadas desde las propias filas de algunos ejércitos (o policía), para combatir la insurgencia no puede estar en la misma categoría, pues no se rebelan o levantan contra nada, al contrario, nacen para defender el Estado. Si bien, Palestina no es un Estado reconocido oficialmente por la comunidad internacional, si es un Estado en formación que controla una porción de territorio, y por ende lo correcto es señalar que dichos grupos pertenecen al Territorio Palestino y no al israelí. Poner a Yugoslavia y Serbia juntos es como poner a la España de Franco y luego a la España contemporánea (o en el caso de Francia a la 4° y 5° Republicas), pues una es la sucesora de la otra, a diferencia de Croacia, Eslovenia, Macedonia, Bosnia y Montenegro, Serbia nunca se independizó de nada, solo cambio de nombre. Poner la bandera en el objetivo, es innecesario y honestamente se ve bastante desordenado. En general, creo debiera señalarse el estado (con bandera incluida) que actualmente controla el territorio en el cual funciona, o funcionó dicho movimiento. Si no, se tiende a la confusión. Imagina en una lista de ciudades si pusieramos todos los estados que la han controlado, que pasaría con Vilna o Danzig, por ejemplo. Saludos--Jcestepario (discusión) 16:58 24 ene 2009 (UTC)



Antes de la llegada de los europeos, la región de la actual GUAYANA fue habitada por tribus arawak y caribes, quienes la llamaron Guayana, que significa "tierra de muchas aguas".
Los holandeses comenzaron a explorar e instalarse en Guyana a finales del siglo XVI, seguido de los ingleses. Ambos comenzaron a comerciar con los pueblos amerindios en el alto. La Compañía Holandesa de las Indias Occidentales estableció una fortaleza en Kyk-over-al en 1616-1621 en lo que ellos llamaron el Condado de Essequibo. Tentativas de asentarse en el interior fracasaron, y los europeos se establecieron en la costa a mediados de los años 1700, donde crearon plantaciones trabajadas por esclavos africanos. Las cosechas principales eran el café, el algodón, y el azúcar, convirtiéndose éste en la cosecha principal. La calidad del suelo era pobre, pese a todo. Los esclavos, conducidos por Cuffy, (el héroe nacional de Guyana), se sublevaron en 1763 en lo que se conoció como la rebelión de los esclavos de Berbice. Los holandeses se establecieron en Guayana en el siglo XVI, pero su control terminó cuando los británicos se conviertieron en los gobernadores de facto en 1796. Las colonias de Esequibo, Demerara, y Berbice fueron cedidas oficialmente al Reino Unido en el tratado Anglo-Holandés de 1814 y en el Congreso de Viena en 1815. En 1831 se consolidaron como Guayana Británica.
 
Seguido de la abolición
Fonteras de la Guayana Británica en 1896.
 de la esclavitud en 1834, miles de trabajadores contratados fueron traídos a Guyana para reemplazar a los esclavos en las plantaciones de caña de azúcar, principalmente de la India, pero también de Portugal y China. Algunos sostienen que la población de hoy, donde hay dos tipos de guayaneses, los que son derivados de los esclavos africanos (afro-guyaneses), y aquellos que derivan de los sirvientes indios contratados (indoguyaneses). No obstante, la cultura guayanesa es homogénea en muchas formas, debido a la historia compartida, el matrimonio mixto, y otros factores.

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          Ariane-5-Rakete bringt zwei Satelliten ins All   
Eine Ariane-5-Rakete hat zwei Telekommunikationssatelliten ins All gebracht. Die Trägerrakete hob in der Nacht zum Donnerstag deutscher Zeit vom europäischen Weltraumbahnhof Kourou in Französisch-Guyana ab.
          Casa de Renta en Guyana para Cubanos   
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Schnell Darlehen Angebot in Guyana Mayotte Mayenne New Caledoni Hallo Mein Angebot ist offen für alle und für Unternehmen, Unternehmen und jeder Person von gutem Charakter. Meine Rate beträgt 2,9% Zinsen pro Jahr abhängig von der Menge ausgeliehen werden. Die Kreditlaufzeit variiert von 8 Monaten bis 300 Monate. Ich erinnere Sie daran, dass Sie eine Reihe von Sicherheit und Versicherung für Ihre Transaktionen haben. Ihre Rückzahlung Vorschläge studieren. Mail: mertens.louisa67@gmail.com
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          MANSIONES VERDES (Green Mansions) (USA, 1959) Aventuras   




Director: Mel Ferrer (1, 2, 3)
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Intérpretes PrincipalesAudrey Hepburn (1, 2, 3, 4), Anthony Perkins (1, 2), Lee J. Cobb (1, 2, 3), Sessue Hayakawa. Henry Silva (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6). Nehemiah Persoff. Michael Pate (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6). Estelle Hemsley.
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ArgumentoUn joven hacendado debe huir de sus posesiones y tierras en Venezuela, para no morir asesinado, al igual que su familia.
Así, llega a un apartado y extraño lugar alejado, dispuesto a encontrar oro en abundancia, según le han contado, aunque puede que sólo fuera una leyenda.
En el lugar donde cree estará el oro existe una tribu de guerreros que desea acabe con la vida de una joven que vive con su abuelo en un bosque cercano.
Adentrado en el bosque, conocerá a la muchacha y ambos se enamorarán.
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Mi opinión: Rodada en preciosos paisajes de Guyana, Colombia y California, esta adaptación de la novela de William Henry Hudson, causó indiferencia cuando no decepción en su época. Yo, viéndola muchos años después de su estreno, debo decir que me ha gustado y bastante.
La razón es que la considero una cinta francamente bonita, de las de aventuras de toda la vida, quizás un tanto extrema, algo esotérica y hasta ecológica, pero con 


sus buenos y malos, con su acción y mucho romanticismo.
En su día se dijo que la elección de Audrey Hepburn como protagonista, por muy buena actriz que fuera no fue lo más acertado, dado que excedía la edad del personaje de la novela. Y no digamos de la elección de director de Mel Ferrer, en aquél tiempo marido de la Hepburn. Bueno, puede que todo ello fuera cierto, pero no lo es menos que me ha gustado y entretenido mucho, dejándome un buen sabor de boca. Que cada uno/a opine tras visionaria (lo que se debe hacer siempre, vaya).




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          «Meilenstein» für Ruag: Rakete mit Schweizer Hülle gestartet   
In der Nacht auf Donnerstag ist aus Französisch-Guyana zum ersten Mal eine Rakete mit einer neuartigen Schutzverkleidung der Ruag ins All gestartet.
          President opens visual arts exhibition   

President David Granger on Thursday reaffirmed his commitment to the development of the arts in Guyana and assured the visual arts community of the Government’s full support.

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          Regional disaster plan on show at Bartica   

Guyana’s Regional disaster preparedness plan was on display in Bartica (Cuyuni/Mazaruni) this week during a co-operative venture sponsored by the Public Health Ministry, PAHO/WHO and the Civil Defence Commission (CDC), a release from the ministry said.

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          Angebot bereit ernst und schnell in Deutschland.   
Hallo herr und frau Einzelpersonen Irland, Schweiz, Kanada, Belgien , Frankreich ,Italien, Guadeloupe, Guyana , Martinique, Réunion Mayotte, überall in der welt biete ich ihnen ein darlehen von 5000€ bis 15.000 .000€ an allen personen fähig, es zurückzuzahlen mit interesse zum zinssatz von 2% für jeden betrag angefordert .Wir gewähren ihnen unsere dienstleistungen. - darlehen - Immobilien-darlehen - Investitionsdarlehen - Auto-darlehen - Schuld von konsolidierung - Übernahme von kredit - - Persönliches darlehen -Sie sind katalogisiert Wenn sie wirklich im bedürfnis eines darlehens zu versuchen, mich zu kontaktieren. ich bin zu ihrer verfügung für alle ihre probleme finanzielle. Für weitere informationen kontaktieren sie uns bitte über unser e-mail-adresse: solutions1finances1@gmail.com
          PHAGWAH FESTIVAL   
The festival of colors or festival of love, as Phagwah festival is also called, it's one of the major festivals of Guyana, celebrated by Hindus and non-Hindus alike.

          MASHRAMANI   
Mashramani or Mash is the independence-day celebration in Guyana that culminates on February 23rd. It goes back to 1970, when the newly Republic was formed.

          GUIANAS CLIMATE   
The Guianas climate is hot and wet throughout the year. Embracing Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana, it falls into the Tropical Rainforest type, according to Köppen's climate classification system. Read more...

          Apr 3, Georgetown   
Georgetown (Guyana) fue denominada con diferentes nombres a lo largo de su historia colonial, bajo la influencia de Franceses, Holandeses e Ingleses, antes de que ocurra su independencia en 1966. Reveamos un poco de su pasado y tambien los principales atractivos de esta ciudad capital...

          Mar 31, Georgetown Guyana   
Georgetown Guyana received different names throughout its colonial history, under the influence of the French, Dutch and the British, before the country's independence in 1966. Let's review some of the top city highlights and places of interest...

          Queens Native Creates Family Airport Car Service   

BY ARIEL HERNANDEZ Staff Writer Guyana-born and Corona-raised Nelson Nigel is on a mission to ensure that small children are provided with safe travel when being shuttled to and from Queens’ airports. Following the recent launch of his Kidmoto, a city airport car service that provides car seats for families with children, he is one […]

The post Queens Native Creates Family Airport Car Service appeared first on Queens Tribune.


          Comment on Commission of Inquiry to probe alleged assassination plot against President Granger by Michael Grey   
He has no interest in the deaths of so many Guyanese.. killed everyday by bandits while his drunkard incompetent minister of security just who had all the answers to crime before May 2015 suddenly got amnesia... he should also order COI into the many blackouts across this country, COI into the horses on the ECD road esp at LBI (it hinders public safety also, and COI into the many dilapidated roads across tis country.... He is the biggest shame Guyana has ever seen.
          Health & Safety Curriculum Program Advisor & Trainer – Volunteer In Guyana - Cuso International - Toronto, ON   
Train lecturers in the delivery of the Health & Safety curriculum. This involves training lecturers in curriculum delivery and working through the curriculum...
From Indeed - Wed, 17 May 2017 13:34:12 GMT - View all Toronto, ON jobs
              
Next @kreyoljam event! Music by KreyolJAM DJs @NyDjUneek @DJBzmix @kchypetn_promopage @kchype_aka_turnupking @djsport @djlocowuldem @darka_nyc #Queens #Brooklyn #Party #LongIsland #KarnivalLounge #Nightlife #Kompa #Soca #Dancehall #Zouk #Reggae #HipHop #Rap #RnB #Zodiac #Blessed #DJCelebration #NYC #Caribbean #Haiti #Trini #Jamaica #TurnUp #GoodLife #DJLife #CaribbeanLife #Guyana #Belize #partylife
          Health & Safety Curriculum Program Advisor & Trainer – Volunteer In Guyana - Cuso International - Toronto, ON   
Train lecturers in the delivery of the Health & Safety curriculum. This involves training lecturers in curriculum delivery and working through the curriculum...
From Indeed - Wed, 17 May 2017 13:34:12 GMT - View all Toronto, ON jobs
          Ariane 5 réussit en 1 mois son 2ème décollage avec 2 satellites à son bord   
Pour son quatrième lancement cette année, Ariane 5 a décollé sans incident mercredi 28 juin du centre spatial guyanais de Kourou. La fusée européenne embarquait à son bord deux satellites, dont [...]
          Sleeping workers responsible for discoloured water in city – GWI   

The Guyana Water Incorporated today advised residents of Georgetown that during the shift of 23:00hrs (11:00pm) June 30 to 7:00hrs (7:00am), July 1,2017, failure to apply the chemicals at the required dosage to ensure discoloration is removed from the water was due to the negligence of three officers.

The post Sleeping workers responsible for discoloured water in city – GWI appeared first on Stabroek News.


          Plaisance Secondary, Marian Academy to battle in U19 final   

Plaisance Secondary will battle Marian Academy in the u19 Boys finale of the Youth Basketball Guyana (YBG) Regional Conference Championship, following semi-final wins over President College and Government Technical Institute (GTI) respectively Thursday.

The post Plaisance Secondary, Marian Academy to battle in U19 final appeared first on Stabroek News.


          FACC Caricom Day 60-mile road race Monday   

The Flying Ace Cycle Club (FACC) will run off a 60-mile road race Monday.
The race is being sponsored by the Guyana Beverage Company.

The post FACC Caricom Day 60-mile road race Monday appeared first on Stabroek News.


          Accused contract killers to face trial for GGMC engineer’s murder   

Orin Arthur, Steven Prescott, and Uree Varswyk, the three men charged with the murder of Guyana Geology and Mines Commission (GGMC) engineer Trevor Abrams, were yesterday committed to stand trial for the crime.

The post Accused contract killers to face trial for GGMC engineer’s murder appeared first on Stabroek News.


          Comment on What Trump Can Expect from Putin by Jessica K   
Good to read your words, Sandra, and I don't know if you ever read Black Agenda Report, a weekly webzine, but it's obvious the rest of the world sees through US lies about "bringing democracy". The Caribbean nations just told off the US Ambassador to Guyana, saying the US has no business lecturing any other nation about anything, when the violent record of USA is outfront for everyone to see. They said "get your own house in order". They especially brought up the vile, violent overthrow of Gaddafi in Libya. Everybody sees what the US is doing. Thousands of Venezuelans marched in support of Maduro, even though US covert operations have helped bring about difficult living for them, because they oppose the US interfering, and they are defending their sovereignty. I think we are witnessing a paradigm shift, many changes happening worldwide. The next few years will be critical.
          The Caribbean   
Where can I meet blackmen in the Caribbean. I will be in Barbados, Guyana and Belize? Any suggestions would be gratefully appreciated.
          [Myrtille] dodo humoriste guyanais (samedi 01 juillet 2017)   
bonjour agrave tous je conviens que c est un peu tard mais je vous propose ce soir au cin eacute ma l eldorado un spectacle d un jeune humoriste guyanais qui a remport eacute un vif succ egrave s dans l ouest guyanais kourou et agrave cayenne il re...
          ANGOL GYARMAT - 1935. Angol Guyana tört sor /1,8 EUR/ - Jelenlegi ára: 102 Ft   

Ezzel az aukcióval egy napon /07. 02 - vasárnap/ több "angol gyarmat" tételem jár le, kérem nézze meg a többit is: hovica aukciói
tört sor, a katalógus érték az áru megnevezésében található zárójelben
Mint a képen.
A kép mindig az aktuális aukció tárgyáról készült.
Személyes találkozót, és mobilon a kapcsolatfelvételt sajnos nem tudom megoldani. A munkám nagyon változó, és így egyik lehetőség sem megoldott. Ezért kérem, kizárólag e-mailben keressen a kedves nyertes. Aki nem tudja ezt a 2 feltételt elfogadni, kérem ne licitáljon. Köszönöm.
Postázás a nyertes igénye szerint. Hetente 2 nap tudok eljutni a postára: alapesetben hétfőn (vagy kedd), és szerdán. Csütörtökön már nem adok fel levelet, mert - korábbi rossz tapasztalatok miatt -, nem biztos, hogy azon a héten meg is érkezik a címzetthez (még az ajánlott levél se garantált). Hétfőn az előző hét csütörtökön és pénteken bejövő utalásokat tudom feladni, szerdán a hétfő, kedd és szerdai utalásokat adom fel postán. Kérem ezen feltételek elfogadását.
Több tétel vásárlása esetén is csak 1 postadíjat számolok fel.
Utánvétellel nem postázok!
A tételek összevárhatóak, de ezt kérem jelezze e-mailben.
ANGOL GYARMAT - 1935. Angol Guyana tört sor /1,8 EUR/
Jelenlegi ára: 102 Ft
Az aukció vége: 2017-07-02 20:03
          Doing Side Bitches Americans Won’t Do? Meet Lyin’ #LavishReynold’s Immigrant Baby Daddy #PhilandoCastile   

#PhilandoCastile’s lying side chick Diamond “Lavish” Reynolds’ baby daddy is an immigrant from Guyana with an arrest record who lives on the South Side of Chicago. The GotNews research team confirmed Tramaine Eversley of Chicago is Lavish Reynolds’ baby daddy. Photos from Lavish Reynolds’ and Tramaine Eversley’s Facebook accounts show them Lavish’ daughter: Tramaine Eversley […]

The post Doing Side Bitches Americans Won’t Do? Meet Lyin’ #LavishReynold’s Immigrant Baby Daddy #PhilandoCastile appeared first on GotNews.


          Comment on Guyana begins shipping US$17 million worth of paddy to Mexico by BeFair_SeeClear   
Where are the PPP bloggers. ..like Danny persuad and dougla.....they have all gone selectively silent.
          En el 2013, los guardiamarinas de la Escuela Naval reemplazaron la travesía a bordo de la Fragata Libertad por un viaje en ómnibus   
El 2013 no será un buen año para los guardiamarinas de la promoción 142 de la Escuela Naval Militar. Es que –tal como trascendió a fines de la semana pasada- por primera vez en décadas, los oficiales recién recibidos no realizarán su viaje de instrucción en la ARA Fragata Libertad.

La decisión fue tomada, de acuerdo a información proveniente de la Armada, por la falta de presupuesto. Incluso cuando se ofreció hacer un recorrido más corto sin pasar por puertos “peligrosos”, la escasez de dinero fue determinante para su suspensión. Mientras tanto, el 5 de mayo de 2013, la Jefatura de Gabinete de Ministros anunciaba un aumento del gasto en publicidad oficial del orden de los $ 439.000.000 para el año 2013, los cuales reforzaron los $ 753.000.000 previstos en el presupuesto.
Facsímil de licitación de la Armada para el viaje de guardiamarinas
Sin embargo, de acuerdo con documentos a los que se accedio, los Guardiamarinas, este año,  ya tuvieron “su viaje”. Aunque no lo realizaron en el exterior, sino más bien a los principales destinos turísticos del país, en lo que sería casi un viaje de egresados, en el que se incluyó la visita a bodegas mendocinas, actividades de rafting y paseos en el Cerro Catedral o las Cataratas del Iguazú, todo en el marco de un plan denominado “Viaje de Conocimientos Profundos por la República Argentina”.
El itinerario en cuestión, que por lo menos en el 2013 será el único que tendrán los oficiales y que nada tiene que ver con el de instrucción en la Fragata, tuvo su inicio el 5 de febrero pasado en la provincia Mendoza; luego, se prolongó el 10 en la provincia de San Juan; continúo el 14 de ese mes en la provincia de Tucumán; siguió el 20 de febrero por la provincia de Salta; recaló el 26 en la provincia de Misiones y concluyó el 6 de marzo en la provincia de Río Negro (ver el final del artículo para acceder al itinerario completo contratado).
Todo surgió a fines del 2011, a partir de un discurso de la presidente Cristina Fernández en la ceremonia de graduación de oficiales de las Fuerzas Armadas. Allí la mandataria recomendó a los subtenientes, guardiamarinas y alféreces que “pudieran recorrer la totalidad del país” con el fin de conocer la “Argentina Profunda”. Sugirió, de hecho, la introducción de una nueva modalidad, “después que los cadetes se hayan graduado, independientemente de los planes de estudio que tengan que continuar”.

La Presidente dijo: “Uno de los principales problemas que hemos tenido a lo largo de nuestra historia ha sido no conocernos profundamente; o conocernos a través de lo que decían otros sobre nosotros”. Y concluyó: “Hay que conocer a nuestra gente, mirarla a los ojos. Estoy segura que así va a ser mucho más fácil defender a nuestro país, porque nos vamos a sentir orgullosos de él”.
Adjudicación de la Licitación Pública 5/2012 a Plusmar
Tras estos dichos y considerando el deseo presidencial como una orden, la Armada, se dispuso la creación del denominado “Viaje de Conocimientos Profundos por la República Argentina”. La marina llamó a dos licitaciones para realizar el viaje en el 2013 (tramo centro norte del país, y sur), ganando la firma Transportes Automotores Plusmar SA, quien para ambas compulsas (Licitaciones N° 05/12 y 12/12), cotizó el viaje de 75 personas en $631.100 pesos ($459.500 y  $171.600) -ver adjudicación de la licitación 5/2012 en el jpg adjunto-.
Entre esas 75 personas, formaron parte del contingente 50 hombres y 18 mujeres de la última promoción de la Escuela Naval Militar, que en su mayoría nacieron del interior del país. Los acompañó un visitante de la Escuela Naval de Panamá y el resto de la comitiva se completaba con 6 personas designadas por la marina.
Los 18 tramos licitados por la Escuela Naval Militar para el “viaje de conocimientos profundos”, incluyeron, por ejemplo, actividades de rafting, visita a la bodega Selentein y al Cristo Redentor  en Mendoza, y hasta el viaje al Parque Nacional Ischigualasto en San Juan, las Cataratas del Iguazú en Misiones o el Cerro Catedral, en Bariloche. Incluyendo "city tours" a varias ciudades capitales de provincias.

Todo muy lejos del significado que se podría dar sobre la “Argentina Profunda”, como sería la de internarse en el monte chaqueño o conocer la vida cotidiana de los pescadores patagónicos, por ejemplo.
Durante su excursión, los guardiamarinas visitaron sitios que siempre estuvieron a por lo menos 200 kilómetros de la playa más próxima. Lo más cerca que estuvieron de los vientos marinos fue Bariloche, a 205 km del Océano Pacífico. Y en San Juan y Misiones, las playas estaban a 623 km y 599 km, respectivamente

Es la segunda vez que se realiza este tipo de viaje, siendo la promoción 141 y a comienzos del 2012, los primeros que realizaron esa travesía. La 141, recordemos, es la misma promoción que estuvo “embargada” en Ghana por 77 días durante el año 2012.
De no haber sucedido aquel incidente, la fragata Libertad, hubiera recorrido durante cinco meses las aguas de Salvador de Bahía (Brasil), Paramaribo, (Guyana), La Guaira (Venezuela), Madeira (islas portuguesas en el Atlántico), Lisboa (territorio metropolitano de Portugal), Cádiz, Las Palmas y Canarias (España), Casablanca (Marruecos), Dakar (Senegal), Luanda (Angola), Walvi Bay (Namibia) y Cape Town (Sudáfrica).
Muchos tomaron con sorna la decisión de tan particular periplo. Al respecto, compararon el hecho de que marinos visiten el interior (lejos del mar, su hábitat) como que a los egresados de la Fuerza Aérea se les haga hacer una corta pasantía en las minas de Río Turbio o se enviara a los comandos del ejército a pasar una temporada a las oficinas de contabilidad de la Armada.

¿Cómo era el itinerario, de acuerdo con el pliego de la licitación 05/2012?

RENGLON Nº 1: 

PLAZAS: El servicio deberá contar con plazas para la totalidad de la comitiva (75 personas).

LUGAR DE PARTIDA: Liceo Militar General Espejo (Av. Boulogne Sur Mer 2136 Mendoza – Mendoza Ciudad - Mendoza). FECHA: 5 de febrero de 2013. HORA: 09:00
     EXCURSION: Cañón del Atuel

DESCRIPCION: La excursión deberá transitar por la ruta N° 40 visitando Villa 25 de Mayo, el Nihuil, Cañón del Atuel y el Valle Grande. En este último paraje deberá preverse una estadía mas prolongada a fin de que la comitiva pueda realizar actividades como rafting o excursiones en catamarán las cuales serán abonadas en forma particular por los interesados. La excursión deberá contener un City Tour por la Ciudad de San Rafael al finalizar la misma. Del mismo modo el adjudicatario deberá prever el almuerzo de la comitiva incluido en el precio de la contratación.

LUGAR DE ARRIBO: Liceo Militar General Espejo (Av. Boulogne Sur Mer 2136 Mendoza – Mendoza Ciudad - Mendoza). FECHA: 5 de febrero de 2013. HORA: 19:30            

 RENGLON Nº 2:

PLAZAS: El servicio deberá contar con plazas para la totalidad de la comitiva (75 personas).

LUGAR DE PARTIDA: Liceo Militar General Espejo (Av. Boulogne Sur Mer 2136 Mendoza – Mendoza Ciudad - Mendoza). FECHA: 6 de febrero de 2013. HORA: 07:30

EXCURSION: Valle de Uco

DESCRIPCION: La excursión deberá transitar por la ruta N° 40 visitando San José, el Corredor Productivo, el Cordón del Plata, la Bodega Selentein y el Manzano Histórico para luego regresar por Tunuyan. Del mismo modo el adjudicatario deberá prever el almuerzo de la comitiva incluido en el precio de la contratación.

LUGAR DE ARRIBO: Liceo Militar General Espejo (Av. Boulogne Sur Mer 2136 Mendoza – Mendoza Ciudad - Mendoza). FECHA: 6 de febrero de 2013. HORA: 17:30  

 RENGLON Nº 3:

PLAZAS: El servicio deberá contar con plazas para la totalidad de la comitiva (75 personas).

LUGAR DE PARTIDA: Liceo Militar General Espejo (Av. Boulogne Sur Mer 2136 Mendoza – Mendoza Ciudad - Mendoza). FECHA: 7 de febrero de 2013. HORA: 07:30

EXCURSION: Circuito Alta Montaña

DESCRIPCION: La excursión deberá recorrer el Dique Potrerillos, Uspallata, Picheuta, Penitentes, El puente de Inca, mirador del Aconcagua hasta las Cuevas (3200 mts) y si las condiciones climáticas lo permiten ascender al Cristo Redentor a 4200 mts. Del mismo modo el adjudicatario deberá prever el almuerzo de la comitiva incluido en el precio de la contratación.

LUGAR DE ARRIBO: Liceo Militar General Espejo (Av. Boulogne Sur Mer 2136 Mendoza – Mendoza Ciudad - Mendoza). FECHA: 7 de febrero de 2013. HORA: 17:30                     

RENGLON Nº 4:

PLAZAS: El servicio deberá contar con plazas para la totalidad de la comitiva (75 personas).

LUGAR DE PARTIDA: Liceo Militar General Espejo (Av. Boulogne Sur Mer 2136 Mendoza – Mendoza Ciudad - Mendoza)

FECHA: 8 de febrero de 2013. HORA: 10:00

EXCURSION: City Tour ciudad de Mendoza

DESCRIPCION: La excursión deberá contemplar el paso de la comitiva por Plaza Pedro del Castillo, Ruinas San Francisco, Micro centro de la ciudad, Plazas, Centro Cívico, Parque General San Martín, Ascenso al Cerro de la Gloria y Monumento al Gral. San Martín.

LUGAR DE ARRIBO: Liceo Militar General Espejo (Av. Boulogne Sur Mer 2136 Mendoza – Mendoza Ciudad - Mendoza). FECHA: 8 de febrero de 2013. HORA: 13:00 

RENGLON Nº 5:

PLAZAS: El servicio deberá contar con plazas para la totalidad de la comitiva (75 personas).

LUGAR DE PARTIDA: Regimiento de Infantería de Montaña N ° 22 (Conscripto Argentino y Baigorria S/Nro - 5407 Marquesado – San Juan). FECHA: 10 de febrero de 2013. HORA: 14:30

EXCURSION: City Tour ciudad de San Juan y Cavas del Sonda.

DESCRIPCION: La excursión deberá contemplar el paso de la comitiva por la Catedral, Museo Casa Natal de Sarmiento, Auditórium Juan Victoria, Plaza Juan Jufre,  Área fundacional de SAN JUAN, Palmera de dos brazos para luego dirigirse a la zona de Zonda, Bodega Gran Cava y dique Ullum. El adjudicatario deberá prever el almuerzo de la comitiva incluido en el precio de la contratación.

LUGAR DE ARRIBO: Regimiento de Infantería de Montaña N ° 22 (Conscripto Argentino y Baigorria S/Nro - 5407 Marquesado – San Juan). FECHA: 10 de febrero de 2013. HORA: 20:00 


RENGLON Nº 6:

PLAZAS: El servicio deberá contar con plazas para la totalidad de la comitiva (75 personas).

LUGAR DE PARTIDA: Regimiento de Infantería de Montaña N ° 22 (Conscripto Argentino y Baigorria S/Nro - 5407 Marquesado – San Juan). FECHA: 11 de febrero de 2013. HORA: 06:00

EXCURSION: Ischigualasto (Valle de la Luna)

DESCRIPCION: La excursión deberá contemplar el paso de la comitiva por  el Parque Provincial Ischigualasto, Patrimonio Natural de la Humanidad y Museo de Ciencias Naturales. Visita al Museo de Piedras Preciosas. Paso  por Caucete, Difunta Correa, Marayes, Astica, Las Tumanas, San Agustín de Valle Fértil. El adjudicatario deberá prever el almuerzo de la comitiva incluido en el precio de la contratación así como también la entrada al Parque Provincial Ischigualasto.

LUGAR DE ARRIBO: Regimiento de Infantería de Montaña N ° 22 (Conscripto Argentino y Baigorria S/Nro - 5407 Marquesado – San Juan). FECHA: 11 de febrero de 2013. HORA: 21:00 

 RENGLON Nº 7:

PLAZAS: El servicio deberá contar con plazas para la totalidad de la comitiva (75 personas).

LUGAR DE PARTIDA: Liceo Militar Gral. Araoz de Lamadrid (Italia 2409 - San Miguel de Tucumán – Tucumán). FECHA: 14 de febrero de 2013. HORA: 07:00

EXCURSION: City Tour San Miguel de Tucumán.

DESCRIPCION: La excursión deberá contemplar la visita de la comitiva a la Iglesia San Francisco, Plaza Independencia, Iglesia Catedral, Iglesia la Merced, Casa Histórica de Tucumán, Parque 9 de Julio, Casa del Obispo José Colombres. Así mismo el tour debe incluir visitas al Autódromo Nasif Stefano, la Legislatura, la Plaza Urquiza, el Teatro San Martín y Casino para concluir el tour con un paso por el Municipio de Yerba Buena y  el Shopping de Tucumán. El adjudicatario deberá prever el almuerzo de la comitiva incluido en el precio de la contratación.

LUGAR DE ARRIBO: Liceo Militar Gral. Araoz de Lamadrid (Italia 2409 - San Miguel de Tucumán - Tucumán). FECHA: 14 de febrero de 2013. HORA: 21:30 

 RENGLON Nº 8:

PLAZAS: El servicio deberá contar con plazas para la totalidad de la comitiva (75 personas).

LUGAR DE PARTIDA: Liceo Militar Gral. Araoz de Lamadrid (Italia 2409 - San Miguel de Tucumán - Tucumán). FECHA: 15 de febrero de 2013. HORA: 07:00

EXCURSION: Tour Tafi del Valle.

DESCRIPCION: La excursión deberá prever la visita de la comitiva a las Ruinas de Lules, pasando por Acheral (ascenso por la Quebrada de los Sosa),  Monumento al Indio, Dique La Angostura, la reserva de los Menhires y Villa de Tafi del Valle visitando la Iglesia Jesuítica de la Banda y previendo un tiempo libre para que la comitiva recorra la mencionada villa. Del mismo modo el adjudicatario deberá prever el almuerzo de la comitiva incluido en el precio de la contratación.

LUGAR DE ARRIBO: Liceo Militar Gral. Araoz de Lamadrid (Italia 2409 - San Miguel de Tucumán – Tucumán). FECHA: 15 de febrero de 2013. HORA: 21:00 

RENGLON Nº 9:

PLAZAS: El servicio deberá contar con plazas para la totalidad de la comitiva (75 personas).

LUGAR DE PARTIDA: Liceo Militar Gral. Araoz de Lamadrid (Italia 2409 - San Miguel de Tucumán - Tucumán). FECHA: 17 de febrero de 2013. HORA: 09:00

EXCURSION: Tour Circuito Chico San Miguel de Tucumán.

DESCRIPCION: La excursión deberá prever la visita de la comitiva a Villa Nougues, as censo a Cerro San Javier, Raco, El Siambón, El cadillar y recorrida por Municipio de Yerba Buena.

LUGAR DE ARRIBO: Liceo Militar Gral. Araoz de Lamadrid (Italia 2409 - San Miguel de Tucumán - Tucumán). FECHA: 17 de febrero de 2013. HORA: 13:00 

 RENGLON Nº 10:

PLAZAS: El servicio deberá contar con plazas para la totalidad de la comitiva (75 personas).

LUGAR DE PARTIDA: Batallón de Ingenieros N° 5“General de División Enrique Mosconi” (Av. Arenales 1890 - Salta Ciudad – Salta). FECHA: 20 de febrero de 2013. HORA: 08:00

EXCURSION: City Tour Ciudad de Salta.

DESCRIPCION: La excursión deberá prever el paso de la comitiva por el Convento San Bernardo, Monumento al General Güemes, Villa San Lorenzo (Quebrada de San Lorenzo), Cerro San Bernardo y Mercado Artesanal. Así mismo deberá incluir un circuito pedestre por el casco histórico ingresando a la Catedral, Museo de Alta Montaña  y al Cabildo.

LUGAR DE ARRIBO: Batallón de Ingenieros N° 5“General de División Enrique Mosconi” (Av. Arenales 1890 - Salta Ciudad – Salta). FECHA: 20 de febrero de 2013. HORA: 13:00 

RENGLON Nº 11:

PLAZAS: El servicio deberá contar con plazas para la totalidad de la comitiva (75 personas).

LUGAR DE PARTIDA: Batallón de Ingenieros N° 5“General de División Enrique Mosconi” (Av. Arenales 1890 - Salta Ciudad – Salta). FECHA: 22 de febrero de 2013. HORA: 08:00

EXCURSION: Tour El Cafayate.

DESCRIPCION: La excursión deberá prever la visita de la comitiva por La Quebrada de las Conchas (atravesando de los pueblos de Cerrillos, la Merced, El Carril, Coronel Moldes y La Viña), el Valle de Lerma, La Garganta del Diablo, El Anfiteatro, La Yesera, Casa de Loros, Los Castillos, Los Médanos, El Fraile, El Obelisco y Las Ventanas. Así mismo se debe prever la visita a una bodega cuya entrada se deberá contemplar dentro del monto licitatorio del renglón. La excursión debe culminar con un pasaje por el puente del dique Cabra Corral contemplando un tiempo suficiente para el recorrido del mismo por la comitiva. Del mismo modo el adjudicatario deberá prever el almuerzo de la comitiva incluido en el precio de la contratación.

LUGAR DE ARRIBO: Batallón de Ingenieros N° 5“General de División Enrique Mosconi” (Av. Arenales 1890 - Salta Ciudad – Salta). FECHA: 22 de febrero de 2013. HORA: 20:00 


RENGLON Nº 12:

PLAZAS: El servicio deberá contar con plazas para la totalidad de la comitiva (75 personas).

LUGAR DE PARTIDA: Batallón de Ingenieros N° 5“General de División Enrique Mosconi” (Av. Arenales 1890 - Salta Ciudad – Salta). FECHA: 24 de febrero de 2013. HORA: 08:00

EXCURSION: Tour Quebrada de Humahuaca.

DESCRIPCION: La excursión deberá prever la visita de la comitiva por el Volcán, Tumbaya, Purmamarca, Cerro de los Siete Colores, Posta de Hornillos, Maimara, Tilcara, Pucara, Museo Arqueológico E. Casanova, Huacalera, La Pollera de la Colla, Iglesia de Uquía.

Humahuaca (Catedral y al Monumento del Indio o de la Independencia). Al regreso se deberá contemplar el paso por La Paleta del Pintor, Camino de Cornisa subtropical, Abra Santa Laura, La Caldera y Vaqueros. El adjudicatario deberá prever el almuerzo de la comitiva incluido en el precio de la contratación.

LUGAR DE ARRIBO: Batallón de Ingenieros N° 5“General de División Enrique Mosconi” (Av. Arenales 1890 - Salta Ciudad – Salta). FECHA: 24 de febrero de 2013. HORA: 20:00 
 
RENGLON Nº 13:

PLAZAS: El servicio deberá contar con plazas para la totalidad de la comitiva (75 personas).

LUGAR DE PARTIDA: Liceo Naval Almirante Storni (Av. Centenario y Av. San Martín – Posadas - Misiones). FECHA: 26 de febrero de 2013. HORA: 08:00

EXCURSION: Tour Parque Nacional Iguazú.

DESCRIPCION: La excursión deberá prever la visita de la comitiva al Parque Nacional Iguazu. El adjudicatario deberá prever la entrada y el almuerzo de la comitiva incluido en el precio de la contratación.

LUGAR DE ARRIBO: Liceo Naval Almirante Storni (Av. Centenario y Av. San Martín – Posadas - Misiones). FECHA: 26 de febrero de 2013. HORA: 20:00 
 
RENGLON Nº 14:

PLAZAS: El servicio deberá contar con plazas para la totalidad de la comitiva (75 personas).

LUGAR DE PARTIDA: Liceo Naval Almirante Storni (Av. Centenario y Av. San Martín – Posadas - Misiones). FECHA: 27 de febrero de 2013. HORA: 08:00

EXCURSION: Tour Ruinas de San Ignacio y Parque Temático de Santa Ana.

DESCRIPCION: La excursión deberá prever la visita de la comitiva a las Ruinas de San Ignacio y Parque temático de Santa Ana. El adjudicatario deberá prever la entrada a ambos establecimientos y el almuerzo de la comitiva incluido en el precio de la contratación.

LUGAR DE ARRIBO: Liceo Naval Almirante Storni (Av. Centenario y Av. San Martín – Posadas - Misiones). FECHA: 27 de febrero de 2013. HORA: 20:00 
 
RENGLON Nº 15:

PLAZAS: El servicio deberá contar con plazas para la totalidad de la comitiva (75 personas).

LUGAR DE PARTIDA: Liceo Naval Almirante Storni (Av. Centenario y Av. San Martín – Posadas – Misiones). FECHA: 28 de febrero de 2013. HORA: 08:00

EXCURSION: Tour Yerbatera La Cachuera (Misiones).

DESCRIPCION: La excursión deberá prever la visita de la comitiva a la Yerbatera La Cachuera, el recorrido de sus instalaciones y plantaciones. El adjudicatario deberá prever la entrada al establecimiento y el almuerzo de la comitiva incluido en el precio de la contratación.

LUGAR DE ARRIBO: Liceo Naval Almirante Storni (Av. Centenario y Av. San Martín – Posadas - Misiones). FECHA: 28 de febrero de 2013. HORA: 20:00 
 
RENGLON Nº 16:

PLAZAS: El servicio deberá contar con plazas para la totalidad de la comitiva (75 personas).

LUGAR DE PARTIDA: Escuela Militar de Montaña (Av.E.Bustillo 9000 - Bariloche – Rio Negro). FECHA: 4 de marzo de 2013. HORA: 08:00

EXCURSION: Cerro Tronador (San Carlos de Bariloche).

DESCRIPCION: La excursión deberá prever la visita de la comitiva a las márgenes de los lagos Gutiérrez y Mascardi, Puente del Río Manso y Cerro Tronador. El adjudicatario deberá prever la entrada al establecimiento y el almuerzo de la comitiva incluido en el precio de la contratación.

LUGAR DE ARRIBO: Escuela Militar de Montaña (Av .E.Bustillo 9000 - Bariloche – Rio Negro). FECHA: 4 de marzo de 2013. HORA: 19:00 
 
RENGLON Nº 17:

PLAZAS: El servicio deberá contar con plazas para la totalidad de la comitiva (75 personas).

LUGAR DE PARTIDA: Escuela Militar de Montaña (Av. E.Bustillo 9000 - Bariloche – Rio Negro). FECHA: 5 de marzo de 2013. HORA: 08:00

EXCURSION: Parque Nacional Nahuel Huapi, Isla Victoria y Bosque Arrayanes (San Carlos de Bariloche).

DESCRIPCION: La excursión deberá prever la visita de la comitiva al Parque Nacional Nahuel Huapi partiendo de Puerto Pañuelo navegando por la Península de Quetrihue hasta Bosque de Arrayanes recorriendo el mismo. Luego navegar  hacia la "Isla Victoria" desembarcando en Puerto Anchorena y recorrer el lugar hasta la Playa del Toro. El adjudicatario deberá prever la entrada al establecimiento y el almuerzo de la comitiva incluido en el precio de la contratación.

LUGAR DE ARRIBO: Escuela Militar de Montaña (Av.E.Bustillo 9000 - Bariloche – Rio Negro). FECHA: 5 de marzo de 2013. HORA: 19:00 

 RENGLON Nº 18:

PLAZAS: El servicio deberá contar con plazas para la totalidad de la comitiva (75 personas).

LUGAR DE PARTIDA: Escuela Militar de Montaña (Av.E.Bustillo 9000 - Bariloche – Rio Negro). FECHA: 6 de marzo de 2013. HORA: 08:00

EXCURSION: Tour Circuito Chico (San Carlos de Bariloche).

DESCRIPCION: La excursión deberá prever la visita de la comitiva por los márgenes del lago Nahuel Huapi, el ascenso a la base del Cerro Campanario por aerosilla, recorrido de zona del lago Moreno y Punto Panorámico  y la capilla S. Eduardo. El costo del ascenso en aerosilla se encuentra dentro del monto licitatorio.

LUGAR DE ARRIBO: Escuela Militar de Montaña (Av.E.Bustillo 9000 - Bariloche – Rio Negro). FECHA: 6 de marzo de 2013. HORA: 12:00 

          Health & Safety Curriculum Program Advisor & Trainer – Volunteer In Guyana - Cuso International - Toronto, ON   
Train lecturers in the delivery of the Health & Safety curriculum. This involves training lecturers in curriculum delivery and working through the curriculum...
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          Amid exposure of skullduggery, GECOM pulls ads from K/News   
The Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM), angry at investigative reports by Kaieteur News over the questionable spending of hundreds of millions of dollars for the 2015 General Elections, has pulled its ads from the newspaper. The decision was apparently taken since the beginning of the year by management of that entity. On Friday, Kaieteur News ran […]
          Exxon refuses invitation to local public forum, but attends one in Trinidad   
ExxonMobil is not drilling for oil in Trinidad and Tobago. It is looking to produce oil in Guyana. In fact, the company has received all that it needs to start oil production in Guyana—its Environmental Permit and Production Licence. However, it has, on two occasions, refused to appear at a public forum in Guyana. However, […]
          Govt halts $750M repairs on controversial High Street building   
The David Granger-led administration has taken a decision to review the expenditure of some $750M to repair the High Street building that was at one time home to the Guyana Broadcasting Corporation. This was according to the Minister of State Joseph Harmon, during the post-cabinet press briefing held at the Ministry of the Presidency on […]
          Berbice Cricket Board female U-19 training intensifies   
Trials set for tomorrow at Port Mourant CC Chairman of Selectors for the Junior Panel of the Berbice Cricket board (BCB) Mr. Leslie Solomon has expressed his satisfaction at the initiative taken by the BCB in using the school system to identify players for the upcoming Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) female Under-19 competition scheduled to […]
          Junior CASA tournament serves off today   
Guyana ready to defend title on home soil By Sean Devers When Guyana dethroned Barbados in 2004 many would not have thought that the team from the South America’s mainland would have captured every other team title since then and as this Country prepares to host the 2017 Junior CASA from today at two venues, […]
          Guyana NRA Recorded Shoot…Braithwaite almost flawless in victory   
Lennox Braithwaite was almost flawless, dropping just two points, one each at the 600 and 1000 yards ranges in wrapping up the latest Guyana National Rifle Association (GuyanaNRA) Recorded Shoot held at the Timehri Rifle Ranges. On another overcast and rainy day, the event which forms part of ongoing preparations for this year’s 150th Anniversary […]
          GCB advises that only the BCB authorised to administer cricket in Berbice   
The Guyana Cricket Board has observed a series of releases emanating from a source called “stakeholders of Berbice Cricket”, which have been given wide publicity by the Guyana Chronicle. “The Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) would like to make it clear that only the Berbice Cricket Board is authorised to organise cricket in the County of […]
          “Look beyond conventional business model, be innovative”   
– Finance Minister tells private sector With the adverse effects of Climate Change continuing to pose a threat to the livelihood and well-being of this planet’s inhabitants, more and more countries are becoming eco-conscious. Guyana is no exception. Just recently, the Minister of Finance Winston Jordan, urged local businesses to look beyond conventional business models […]
          Granger to brief CARICOM heads on Guyana/Venezuela border controversy   
President David Granger will be attending the 38th Regular Meeting of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Heads of Government, slated to convene Tuesday in Grenada. President Granger, who is the outgoing Chairman of the conference, will address the opening ceremony of the meeting, and will take the opportunity to brief his fellow Heads of State, on […]
          Oil news week in review   
What Guyana needs to know about ExxonMobil— Pt 3…ExxonMobil history of underpaying royalties to nations When contractual deals go wrong, the first place both parties may turn to for fair judgment is the court. US oil giant, ExxonMobil, has faced a wave of litigation reaching from environmental matters, the alleged deception of its shareholders to […]
          Enfrentará 'Diamante' Mijares a venezolano   

El púgil venezolano Rafael “El Potro” Hernández, será el rival de Cristian Mijares, el próximo sábado 29 de julio en la Perla del Guadiana, dentro de la Feria Nacional Durango (FENADU) 2017.

El excampeón Supermosca CMB, AMB y FIB, ya se alista para la dura contienda, la cual se ha programado a 10 vueltas en la división de los pesos Superplumas, donde además se prepara un respaldo interesante.

Con 34 años de edad, Hernández (21-7-2, 16 KO's) cuenta con gran experiencia internacional, ya que muchas de sus peleas han sido fuera de su país, como el caso de Colombia, Panamá, Guyana, México, Tailandia y Rusia.


          Dél-Amerika postatiszta 8é - Jelenlegi ára: 1 Ft   
postatiszta bélyegek a képen látható állapotban 
8 érték
Kolumbia 2é
Argentína 1é
Paraguay 3é (enyhén falcosak)
Guyana 2é (kis benyomódás a 25 centes értéken)
Dél-Amerika postatiszta 8é
Jelenlegi ára: 1 Ft
Az aukció vége: 2017-07-02 10:41
          Health & Safety Curriculum Program Advisor & Trainer – Volunteer In Guyana - Cuso International - Toronto, ON   
Train lecturers in the delivery of the Health & Safety curriculum. This involves training lecturers in curriculum delivery and working through the curriculum...
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          6-17-08 DISSONANCE presents: Southern Hardcore   
Guest DJ: Matt Painter (Chalkline) |

Playlist:
...

Assfactor 4 - I Reckon |
Antiseen - Trapped in Dixie |
In/Humanity - We are the Kids / 3 Flags Over the Capitol |
Insult to Injury - F word |
Disease - All Dressed Up for the Exhumation |
Marion - I Got Your Shame |
Scout - Tomato |
Calabi Yau - High in the Saddle |
des_ark - Send Jolley to Raleigh |
Hal al Shedad - Yesterday's Bullets |
Car vs. Driver - Summer Pick-Up |
Fastplant - unknown |
Action Patrol - EQ45 |
Bedlam Hour - Grey Sweater |
Jay Reatard - My Family |
Minus One - Promises |
Ground - Blind |
Superchunk - What I Do |
Cloak/Dagger - Walk the Block |
Guyana Punch Line - Better Off Dead |
Prevail - 9 |
Inkwell - Savior |
Virginia Black Lung - Architects of Terror |
Reversal of Man - unknown |
Stretch Arm Strong - Keep Hope Alive |
Chalkline - Permission |
Archers of Loaf - Hate Paste |
Dark Meat - One More Trip |
Big Boys - Which Way to Go |

          Health & Safety Curriculum Program Advisor & Trainer – Volunteer In Guyana - Cuso International - Toronto, ON   
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          National Squash Team Departs For Guyana   
The Bermuda National Squash Team departed for Guyana today [June 30] in order to compete in the Caribbean Junior Championships. The Championships feature an individual competition with age categories under 11 through to under 19 for both boys and girls. Following the individual event is the team championships. Matthew Elliott, Taylor Carrick, Andrew Cox, Charlie […]

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          Llegará a México primer embarque de arroz guyanés    
Georgetown.
          Business Incubator Advisor - Volunteer in Guyana - Cuso International - Toronto, ON   
Business Incubator Advisor Guyana 12 Months | Start Date between Sep - Nov 2017 Location Toronto City Georgetown Start Date Sep - Nov 2017 (flexible)
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          Business Incubator Advisor - Volunteer in Guyana - Cuso International - Toronto, ON   
Business Incubator Advisor Guyana 12 Months | Start Date between Sep - Nov 2017 Location Toronto City Georgetown Start Date Sep - Nov 2017 (flexible)
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