Issue 45 (September/October 2000)

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hese Wai Wai children are for more interested in the camera than in their agoutis. Photograph by Anna Nicholas

Guyana’s Wai Wai: Friends in the Forest

Only discovered by westerners in the 1800s, the Wai Wai of Guyana still live deep in the forest, near the border with Brazil. Anna Nicholas, who joined an expedition headed by the British explorer John Blashford-Snell, reports on what it's like to live with the Wai Wai, and why she's looking forward to returning
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Photograph by Chris Huxley

Snapshots of St Vincent

You can climb the volcano, hit the trails, or watch whales and dolphins. You might snorkel the reefs, bathe in mountain pools, or brace for the waterfalls. You could head straight for some of the best sailing waters in the world, or simply relish the island life and people. Skye Hernandez remembers some of her favourite moments in St Vincent and the Grenadines
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