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A little more about Guyana:
Guyana is an Amerindian word meaning "Land of many waters". The country can be characterized by its vast rain forests dissected by numerous rivers, creeks and waterfalls, notably Kaieteur Falls on the Potaro River. Guyana's tepuis are famous for being the inspiration for Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's 1912 novel The Lost World. The country enjoys a friendly, multicultural society, high floral and faunal biodiversity, prize-winning rum, British Colonial architecture and Demerara sugar.
Though physically part of South America, culturally Guyana is Caribbean rather than Latin American and it is considered part of the West Indies. Other languages of Guyana include Creolese, Hindi, Wai-Wai, Arawak and Macushi
Music and entertainment in Guyana follows the lead of other Caribbean countries and India. Radio stations play the latest Chutney, Calypso, Soca, Reggae, Hip-Hop as well as Bollywood influences of bhangra and other Hindi music. Local television stations air American, British and Indian broadcasts. Night clubs in Georgetown belt out the latest music late into the night on weekends.
Guyana has a similar cuisine to the rest of the Carribean such as, Chicken Curry, Roti, and Jerk Chicken. It also has many variations of Indian foods such as dahl and rice. They have pine tarts and cheese rolls
The major sports in Guyana are cricket (Guyana is part of the West Indies as defined for international cricket purposes), softball cricket (beach cricket) and soccer. The minor sports in Guyana are netball, rounders, lawn tennis, basketball, table tennis, boxing, and a few others.