Living in Guyana can sometimes be similiar to living in the US. Actually, you may be surprised at some of the similiarities between the two countries. I've taken the time to find the top three things in common and have outlined them for you below in no particular order.
1. Both are English speaking countries with influences from Great Britain.
2. Both countries have an eye for beauty. Behold Miss Guyana 2006. Now quickly scroll down before your boss walks by and thinks you're checking out pictures not suitable for work instead of typing your report that's due tomorrow.
Official US statement regarding postal service:
Executive Order: President's Commission on the United States Postal ServiceSec. 3. Mission. (a) The mission of the Commission shall be to examine the state of the United States Postal Service, and to prepare and submit to the President a report articulating a proposed vision for the future of the United States Postal Service and recommending the legislative and administrative reforms needed to ensure the viability of postal services.
- United States Executive Branch website (whitehouse.gov) made on 12/11/02
Two spanking new post offices have been recommissioned in less than 24 hours by the Guyana Post Office Corporation (GPOC). Mr. Hinds noted that from time to time he would pass the Soesdyke Post Office and observed that it had become a real eyesore and something needed to be done.
- Guyana Government Information Agency website (gina.gov.gy) made on 10/15/04
Lot B Over Head Tank Street
Soesdyke, East Bank Demerara