Issue 76 (November/December 2005)

We look at the history of Jamaica’s National Pantomime; hear about the best contemporary music from the Spanish Caribbean; explore Trinidad and Tobago, BWIA’s home territory; and visit the village of Aishalton in Guyana’s remote south Rupununi; plus all our regular departments and a whole lot more.

Giant termite mounds, a dozen feet tall, tower over the savannah. Photograph by Philip Sander

Aishalton dairy

In Guyana’s remote south Rupununi, the Wapishana village of Aishalton is rarely visited by outsiders. Liam Taylor spent a year teaching there, growing to love the rhythm of this place far from home
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