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In rural areas, there are many wooden buildings made up of many eclectic styles, but all are built on stilts to protect them from floods.Wooden buildings are fading into the past, however, as concrete buildings are becoming more common. Basic foods reflect ethnic preferences, but there has been considerable cross-fertilization.Imports largely consist of fuels and lubricants, cars, agricultural machinery, clothing and footwear, and consumer durables. In a primarily agricultural country, the main exports are sugar and rum.
The bulk of rice production goes to the Caribbean, and bauxite is exported to Canada and the United States. Eighty percent of workers in the sugar industry and 90 percent of rice farmers are Indian, as are many growers of fruits and vegetables and forestry and fishing workers.Vegetarian curries are provided at Hindu weddings; the day after a wedding, curried meat is served. Most food is produced locally, including rice, fruits and vegetables, sugar, cooking oils, fish and seafood, meat, and rum.Colonial tastes survive in the form of sardines, corned beef and mutton, chocolate, and whiskey.British Guiana was referred to as "the land of six peoples." Location and Geography.
Guyana is on the northeastern shoulder of South America, bounded on the north by the Atlantic Ocean, on the east by Suriname, on the northwest by Venezuela, and on the south and southwest by Brazil. In an area of 83,000 square miles (212,000 square kilometers), there are three regions: the narrow coastal belt of rich alluvium; the densely forested, hilly sand and clay belt; and the Rupununi grasslands between the rain forests and the frontier with Brazil.Over 90 percent of the population lives on the coastal belt, which is below sea level.