No. From the Kassikaityu River the Essequibo still flows north-easterly to the KUYUWINI RIVER and then pursues a comparatively straight general course in a northerly direction to the Atlantic Ocean.
Some Google sites locate the Kuyuwini River in East Berbice-Corentyne. However, the Gazetteer of Guyana states that Kuyuwini lies on the left bank of the Essequibo River. And, according to a 1908 issue of the Official Gazette of British Guiana, a man was granted a licence to plant rubber/balata "on the left bank, Essequibo River, from 18 miles below Kuyuwini river ...."
That's all for today.