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What is curry and the differences

Curry isn’t actually a spice. Granted, in America, we’re used to strolling up to the spice aisle and picking between a few different jars of curry powder. Or, for the more adventurous, going to the local farmers market and picking between two dozen different curry “blends.” Yet curry on its own isn’t an actual spice but rather a mix of spices. And if you associate curry with India, well, curry powder doesn’t exist either. “Back home, we don’t have anything called curry powder; that doesn’t ex...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Japan, UK, England, China, Singapore, India, America, Thailand, Malaysia, Norway, Jamaica, Caribbean, Curry, Guyana


Will Guyana soon be the richest country in the world?

Guyana's wealth is set to rise after a huge oil discovery but will it be able to avoid the "oil curse"?
Tags: News, Guyana


AK Monthly Recap — April 2019

I used to freak out whenever I spent a month without leaving the confines of New York City. It brings to mind that episode of Sex and the City when Miranda briefly dates the guy who hasn’t left Manhattan in a decade. These days, it happens about once a year, but I don’t mind anymore. It’s nice to have that respite from trips and concentrate on the things that mean most to me — spending time with friends and family, working out, and enjoying my routines. And of all months to spend ensconced in N...
Tags: Amazon, New York, Featured, Rachel Maddow, Jimmy Kimmel, France, La, Wikipedia, New York City, America, Los Angeles, Blog, Georgia, Ap, Dave, Brooklyn


‘It looked like a gunshot wound’: how a flesh-eating parasite felled a British adventurer

The largely unexplored Essequibo river snakes through Guyana’s vast rainforest for more than 1,000km – and after kayaking its length, Pip Stewart felt fitter than ever.  The 34-year-old was part of the first team to paddle the entirety of South America’s third longest river, from the source in the Acarai mountains, through untouched jungle to the river mouth at the Atlantic Ocean. But three months after completing her “magical” journey, Stewart found herself hooked up to an IV in a hospital room...
Tags: Science, London, India, Africa, South America, PIP, Latin America, Guyana, Atlantic Ocean, Stewart, Arana, Jon Williams, Essequibo, Pip Stewart, Laura Bingham, Acarai


Prince Harry reveals hidden passion for photography as he shares Instagram pictures of his travels

He has travelled the world in the line of royal duty, taking in the planet’s most spectacular scenery in a lifetime of overseas tours, charity trips and private holidays. All the while, the Duke of Sussex has been recording the sights on camera, he has disclosed, as he shares a series of photographs from his previously-unknown hobby. The Duke, who is expected to increase his focus on conservation work in the coming years, has released eight pictures on Instagram as he and the Duchess urge the pu...
Tags: News, Wales, Africa, New Zealand, Cambridge, Prince Harry, Harry, Norway, Victoria, Malawi, Duke, Guyana, Sussex, Botswana, Kensington Palace, Okavango Delta


How Scotland erased Guyana from its past

The portrayal of Scots as abolitionists and liberal champions has hidden a long history of profiting from slavery in the Caribbean.The mangrove-fringed coast of Guyana, at the north-eastern tip of South America, does not immediately bring to mind the Highlands of Scotland, in the northernmost part of Great Britain. Guyana’s mudflats and silty brown coastal water have little in common with the lush green mountains and glens of the Highlands. If these landscapes share anything, it is their remoten...
Tags: Europe, Scotland, Americas, UK News, World news, Atlantic, Slavery, South America, Caribbean, Guyana, Georgetown, Great Britain Guyana


U.S. to face old foe Trinidad & Tobago in CONCACAF Gold Cup

LOS ANGELES — The last time the U.S. men’s national soccer team played a competitive match, Trinidad & Tobago stunned the Americans on an October night in the West Indies. The 2-1 defeat on Oct. 10, 2017, ensured that for the first time in 24 years the U.S. would not qualify for the FIFA World Cup, prompting head coach Bruce Arena to resign ahead of a 14-month search to find his replacement. Another meaningful match between the U.S. and the island nation will be on the docket in June after the 1...
Tags: Mexico, France, Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, Canada, Soccer, Fifa, FIFA World Cup, Nashville, Venezuela, Philadelphia, Jamaica, El Salvador, Honduras, Houston


US to open CONCACAF Gold Cup vs Guyana on June 18

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The United States will open the defense of its CONCACAF Gold Cup title against Guyana on June 18 at St. Paul, Minnesota, the first competitive match for the Americans in 20 months since their loss at Trinidad and Tobago caused them to miss the 2018 World Cup. The U.S. will play […]
Tags: News, US, Sports, Los Angeles, Ap, United States, Guyana, Trinidad And Tobago, St Paul Minnesota


Millennials for Socialism

Opinion If one needed evidence of the gross ignorance of millennials, and their teachers and college professors, it's their solid support for socialism and socialist presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders. USA – -(Ammoland.com)- If one needed evidence of the gross ignorance of millennials, and their teachers and college professors, it's their solid support for socialism and socialist presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders. Socialism has produced tragedy wherever it has been implement...
Tags: South Korea, Usa, Guns, Australia, North Korea, Germany, America, Canada, South Africa, Socialism, Argentina, Denmark, Venezuela, Ussr, Nicolás Maduro, Guyana


What’s It Really Like to Travel Guyana?

When I knew I was traveling to Guyana, I had no idea what to expect. Even for the girl who grew up constantly reading about other countries, I knew very little about Guyana and never really had a desire to visit. Then in November, I received an opportunity to visit Guyana on one of the Guyana Tourism Authority’s very first press trips. At the time, I was in Kenya on another press trip. One of the writers with me was Guyanese-American, and I excitedly told her I got invited to her home country. ...
Tags: Hong Kong, New York, Featured, New York City, Africa, Blog, Barcelona, Colombia, Hawaii, Italy, Guinea, Antarctica, Brazil, Romania, Kenya, Miami


Amazon's Fight With South American Countries Over Control of '.amazon' Domain Name Comes to a Head

Back in 2012, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) announced that it would vastly expand the number of top-level domains, allowing hundreds of new ones to flourish. You can now buy domains for .mango, .luxury, and .republican if you’re so inclined. But there’s one top-level domain that’s…Read more...
Tags: Amazon, Science, Icann, Capitalism, Brazil, Peru, Jeff Bezos, Ecuador, Guyana, Bolivia, ACTO


AK Monthly Recap: March 2019

March brought me to Guyana. That, far and away, was what dominated the month — my weeklong trip to the little-visited country in South America. It was an unbelievable trip and I can’t wait to start writing about it for you. Honestly, this month was so dominated by work that I didn’t get up to much else. I was working like crazy to write all kinds of solo female travel guides, and I still have quite a few. But even though I was crazy busy this month, I still got a TON of books in. Behold: March ...
Tags: Florida, New York, Featured, Beyonce, Wales, Obama, Mexico, Stanford, Tim Burton, America, Los Angeles, Blog, Earth, Colombia, Harvard, Britain


Exclusive: Exxon weighs sale of Nigerian oil and gas fields for up to $3 billion

Exxon Mobil recently held talks on the sale of a suite of oil and gas fields in Nigeria as the company focuses on new developments in U.S. shale and Guyana, industry and banking sources told Reuters.
Tags: Money, Nigeria, Exxon Mobil, businessNews, Guyana, Exxon


Callum Harriott on Reading FC's survival chances, Guyana call up, injury nightmare and contract situation

Royals' winger has opened up on a range of issues after a turbulent couple of years [Author: Jonathan Low]
Tags: Home, Guyana, Callum Harriott, Jonathan Low, Reading FC


Establishing an Order: Pregnant with a U.S. Citizens Baby I Live Outside of the USA

My question involves a child custody case from the State of: California I met a man in California while I was a foreign exchange student. We dated for a few months and after I finished school, my education visa expired and I came home to my home country (Guyana). He came to visit and i ended up getting pregnant during that time. Can I collect Child Support from this country? I don't have much of his personal information and it seems like he doesn't want to be part of this babies life. Do I hav...
Tags: Usa, Law, California, Child Custody, Guyana, Support And Visitation


How I Became a Successful Travel Blogger — My Smartest Decisions

How did I become a successful travel blogger? It sure wasn’t intentional from the start! Back when I started Adventurous Kate in 2010, I had no idea it was even possible to make money with a blog. Recently I read the book Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell, which explains how certain individuals became successful. People tend to believe that genius leads to success — for example, that Bill Gates became successful because he was so smart. But that’s not all of it. Intelligence is a huge factor. So is ...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Europe, England, New York, Featured, Instagram, Microsoft, France, Germany, Boston, Massachusetts, Southeast Asia, Nbc News, US, Blog


Guyana are the West Indies first-class champions for the fifth time in a row

Leeward Islands, who needed the maximum 24 points from their final game against Barbados, collapsed for 90 in their first innings to drop out of the race
Tags: Sport, Cricket, Guyana, West Indies, Barbados, Leeward Islands


IEA sees U.S. leading global oil supply growth to 2024 | Reuters

IEA sees U.S. leading global oil supply growth to 2024 | Reuters:The United States will drive global oil supply growth over the next five years, adding another 4 million barrels per day to the country’s already booming output, the International Energy Agency said on Monday.“The United States is increasingly leading the expansion in global oil supplies, with significant growth also seen among other non-OPEC producers, including Brazil, Norway and new producer Guyana,” the IEA said in its five-yea...
Tags: Travel, Saudi Arabia, Russia, Opec, United States, IEA, Guyana, Reuters, International Energy Agency, Rupert Neil Bumfrey, Brazil Norway


Where to celebrate Holi

Many of us know the Holi festival as that event where you gather in huge crowds to throw powdered dye at each other, but it’s much more than that. Holi or Spring Festival is an important Hindu festival that marks the arrival of spring, and is celebrated all over the world. The festival’s roots lie in one Hindu legend that features the demon king Hiranyakashyap, who believed he was superior to all the gods. His son, Prahlad, rebelled and worshiped the god Vishnu, so Hiranyakashyap conspired to...
Tags: Travel, India, Nepal, Madagascar, Kathmandu, Mauritius, Caribbean, Guyana, Hindu, Trinidad And Tobago, Indian Ocean, Trinidad, All, Holi, Durbar Square, Bihar


Out-of-State Marriage: If I Marry Out of the U.S. a, is It Valid Here in the USA

My question involves marriage law for the state of: Arizona. I'm planning on marrying a girl in another country (Guyana) and going to live over there. (This is a real marriage, and we both love each other). We have decided we will stay over there. Given we ever split up, will my marriage be valid in the US? Will I have to go through the divorce process in the US or only in Guyana? If we divorced, would I have to pay alimony from the US to Guyana?
Tags: Usa, Marriage, Law, US, Arizona, Guyana, Cohabitation and Civil Unions


AK Monthly Recap: February 2019

What’s the best thing that could have happened this month? I became an auntie again! My beautiful friend welcomed an adorable baby boy to the world and that, more than anything, made this month special. I’ve been an auntie for ten months now and it is one of my favorite roles I’ve ever had. I love having a few special kids in my life, watching them grow, and knowing that I’ll be a loving, supportive adult in their lives. Beyond that, this was a month of being a workhorse and not being super soc...
Tags: Mark Zuckerberg, Europe, Japan, Hbo, Wtf, New York, London, Featured, Jennifer Lawrence, Maryland, Stephen Colbert, Washington, Mexico, Stanford, Boston, Massachusetts


These Newfound Catfish Species Are Either the Ugliest Fish Ever or Super Adorable

With tentacle-covered snouts, claw-like spines that protrude from their heads and bodies covered in armor, these newfound catfish look more mythical than real.Scientists just discovered six species of these creepy-cute fish, called bristlenose catfish (in the genus Ancistrus), in rivers of the Amazon, the researchers reported in the journal Zootaxa Wednesday (Feb. 12). [In Photos: The World's Largest Bony Fish]"They're warriors, they're fish superheroes," lead author Lesley de Souza,...
Tags: Amazon, Science, US, Chicago, South America, Guyana, Field Museum, Venezuela Colombia, De Souza, Lesley de Souza, Amazon Jonathan


Court orders Guyana government to hold elections by March

GEORGETOWN, Guyana (AP) — A court on Thursday ordered the government of the South American country of Guyana to hold general elections by March after upholding a recent no-confidence motion. The ruling comes as Guyana prepares to become what experts believe could be Latin America’s second-biggest oil producer within the next decade. Chief Justice Roxanne […]
Tags: News, Nation, Latin America, Guyana, Roxanne, Georgetown Guyana


Opposing leaders in Guyana meet, agree to new elections

GEORGETOWN, Guyana (AP) — Guyana’s two main political leaders met on Wednesday for the first time since the opposition approved a no-confidence motion last month and assured people that the South American country will abide by its constitution and call fresh elections soon. The announcement is expected to appease investors as Guyana prepares to become […]
Tags: News, Nation, Guyana, Georgetown Guyana


Guyana government to challenge no-confidence vote in court

The Dec. 21 vote triggered new elections within 90 days, after one lawmaker from Granger's APNU-AFC coalition sided with the opposition, which accuses the government of mismanaging the country's oil resources by granting Exxon Mobil overly generous contract terms. The government plans to argue that the motion needed 34 votes to pass, rather than the 33 it received, and that the lawmaker who cast the deciding vote was ineligible to be a member of parliament because he also holds Canadian citizen...
Tags: News, Exxon Mobil, Williams, Court of appeal, Guyana, CARICOM, Granger, Caribbean Court of Justice, Basil Williams


Exxon continues drilling offshore Guyana as Venezuela lodges complaint

Exxon Mobil Corp said on Wednesday its oil drilling and development activities offshore Guyana were unaffected by a weekend incident in which Venezuela's navy stopped two exploration vessels the company had hired. Venezuela's navy halted seismic data collection by the boats on Saturday. The governments of each of the two South American neighboring countries said the exploration vessels were in their territorial waters.
Tags: Science, Venezuela, Guyana, Exxon, Exxon Mobil Corp, Venezuela s navy


Exxon continues drilling offshore Guyana despite Venezuela incident

Exxon Mobil Corp said on Wednesday its oil drilling and development activities offshore Guyana were unaffected despite neighboring Venezuela's navy stopping two seismic survey vessels the company had hired.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Venezuela, Guyana, Exxon, Exxon Mobil Corp


Venezuela calls U.S. comments on Guyana dispute 'interventionist'

Venezuela's foreign ministry on Tuesday described as "interventionist and disrespectful" U.S. comments on a weekend incident in which the country's navy stopped two ships exploring for oil for Exxon Mobil off Guyana's coast. In response to the event, the U.S. State Department said Venezuela had behaved "aggressively" and called on the country to "respect international law and the rights of its neighbors." "It is evident that the U.S. government is interfering in a matter that is not at all i...
Tags: Science, Washington, Exxon Mobil, United States, Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, Guyana, U S State Department, Maduro


Venezuela calls U.S. comments on Guyana dispute 'interventionist'

Venezuela's foreign ministry on Tuesday described as "interventionist and disrespectful" U.S. comments on a weekend incident in which the country's navy stopped two ships exploring for oil for Exxon Mobil off Guyana's coast
Tags: Money, Exxon Mobil, businessNews, Venezuela, Guyana


Exxon quiet on plans to resume Guyana marine survey after Venezuela dispute

Exxon Mobil and a seismic research company it hired to search for oil off the coast of Guyana declined on Monday to say when they might resume exploration work halted after a weekend confrontation with Venezuela's navy. A century-long border dispute has heated up in recent years as Irving, Texas-based Exxon has discovered more than 5 billion barrels of oil and gas off Guyana's shores. Two ships owned by Norway's Petroleum Geo-Services halted seismic survey activities after a confrontation ...
Tags: Science, Exxon Mobil, Venezuela, Norway, Guyana, Exxon, Irving Texas, Petroleum Geo Services