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Kitty Roundabout – Georgetown

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The Kitty Roundabout is located at the junction of Vlissengen Road and Carifesta Avenue in Kitty, Georgetown – Guyana, South America. It is located just a few meters away from the Kitty Seawall and Atlantic Ocean.

The Kitty Roundabout was officially opened by the Ministry of Public Infrastructure on the 4th of June 2018. It serves to regulate and direct the flow of traffic in that vicinity.

The project was completed by the Ministry of Public Infrastructure to the tune of 79 million Guyana dollars.

Photo: Patrick Carpen. Date: April 2019.

The Kitty Seawall – Georgetown

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Let’s go for a walk along the Kitty Seawall! The Kitty Seawall in Georgetown, Guyana, South America is a great place to take a stroll! The location is graced with an abundance of refreshing sea breeze and replete with beautiful scenery. Go for a walk on the Kitty Seawall!

Word of caution: We have received reports that there are frequent robberies along the Kitty Seawall so please exercise caution when walking along the Kitty Seawall – especially when it’s crowded or in the night. We also call on the relevant authorities to do more to make this beautiful locality safer for citizens.

Photo taken around March 2019.

The Kitty Seawall – Views

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The Kitty Seawall, located along the coasts of Georgetown, Guyana, South America, offers spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean as well as an abundance of refreshing sea breeze.

Guyana, South America calls on the police to address the high incidents of reported on the Kitty Seawall in order to make Guyana safer for its citizen and better tourist destination.

The photo above was taken around May 2019 by Patrick Carpen.

Kitty Seawall – Views

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The Kitty Seawall in Georgetown, Guyana, South America, offers breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean. In background of this photo are the Pegusus and Mariott Hotels.

Caution: Many people have reported being robbed of valuables while on the Kitty Seawall at certain hours.

The photo above was taken by Patrick Carpen around May 2019.

Kitty Seawall – Georgetown

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The Kitty Seawall offers breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean as well as an abundance of refreshing sea breeze. Take a walk along the Kitty Seawall with your friends and family. The Kitty Seawall is located along the coasts of Guyana at Georgetown, Guyana, South America.

Word of caution: Many people have reported being attacked and robbed on while liming on the Kitty Seawall.

Kitty Seawall – Georgetown

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The Kitty Seawall in Georgetown, Guyana, South America is a great place to relax, spend time with your family or just sip a few beers. Graced by the fresh and abundant sea breeze, the location also offers beautiful scenery.

The photo above was taken around April 2019 by Patrick Carpen.

City Mall – Regent Street, Georgetown

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City Mall is located at 38 Regent Street, Georgetown, Guyana, South America. The Mall comprises a variety of local businesses including Travel Agents and Cosmetics. It is open from 8 AM to 6 PM – Mondays to Saturdays.

The photo above was taken around June 2019 by Patrick Carpen.

Hotel Glow – Kitty – Georgetown

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Hotel Glow is a great place to stay when traveling to Georgetown, Guyana, South America. It is located close to the Kitty Seawall so there is lots of breeze and a relaxing atmosphere.

Rooms start as low as 5000 Guyana dollars (25 USD).

To learn more about Hotel Glow in Kitty, as well as contact information, visit this page:

The photo above was taken around May 2019 by Patrick Carpen.