Good to see that my favorite avenue in Georgetown is still maintained. Embassy Row is new to me.
Good idea Raphael. You could program and market this form of tourism. People who don’t have the time to travel may love it.
What you could do more, if you can, is to give a short history of the structure/location. What it was before, what they do now, who owns it etc. This way you don’t have to cover so much territory so quickly. I recall a guy (an ex teacher) doing this in St. Martin in the 80’s.
At the corner of Main\Lamaha St. ,opposite the Finance office, was the home, I think, of one of the Luckoos. They usually played around with horses there in the 50’s. Or even across the road there is some history with the railway station. …good topics for a visual tourist plan.
This is so Atrocious the narrator must be fired, he is a disgrace as a narrator he should go back to std. 2 wow I can’t believe you put this on media.
Thanks again for this video of a walking tour
of embassy row in downtown Georgetown. It was interesting and I enjoyed it. Deen
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