Django...none whatsoever. Showed it to the "officer" at the airport. All he wanted to know was that I was taking it back home when I left.
The good. You can't beat Guyana hospitality. Everyone was wonderful everywhere I went. And they could all tell I was from "foreign". At times I did worry because I'm always carrying expensive camera gear, but I wasn't afraid.
Georgetown is much cleaner than it was when I last visited. It still isn't "CLEAN", but cleaner.
Houses are being built like crazy. Old ones torn down and new ones going up. Might be expats, but no matter what, there is money flowing and things are changing.
The bad: Plastic bottles everywhere. Trenches being clogged with bottles, piles on the streets, piles at the seawall...everywhere. They need a system to collect and recycle somehow.
Corruption is still rampant. Nothing gets done without passing money. Nothing changes in that sense.
Parking meters in Georgetown. Now they say its bad, I say its good. Generate some revenue, just make sure it goes to something good.
There is still a lot to be fixed in that country, but I won't lie, I love going there. You can't beat the weather, the food, the fruits.