Awarradam Jungle Lodge
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... at constantly on a construction site. It was refreshing and re-energizing, and exactly what I needed during my extra-long rotation. But more on Denver at the end of the blog.
Site-based highlights, comments and general musings for August / September 2015:
- After some complaints from expats who arrive on flights very early in the morning and then having to get on the bus to site at 8am and work until 6 or 7 pm on the first day of their ...
... I’d never seen agoutis either but a capybara would have been nice. I try to take a few photos and later see that all I have are eyes in the forest. Rather spooky.
We walk slowly down the road to the runway, both to miss the puddles and also to hopefully see anything but nothing else. We are halfway down the runway when we see the golf cart coming for us so we climb aboard and get driven the rest of ...
... nice breakfast and head to the van for our bus tour around the capital. We do get a few more stops to get out and see things here. One of our first stops is to the Central Market which is pretty much like a market anywhere with a lot of fruits and vegetables for sale in the front section with meat, fish, live chickens and such in the back section. My hubby and I have no Surinamese dollars so our guide leads us to a ...
... to get to the far end of the boat and climb up the ramp and exit the ferry.
Naturally, that then put us at the end of the line to get into the immigration. Oh Geez was this going to take forever. An official suddenly says "if you are over 60, you can go in the Nationals line" ALL of our group is over 60 so we start moving forward but the church group is in front of us and I swear, for being a bunch of Christians who ...
The city has a way to go in its tourism infrastructure. There are not even signs on most buildings in Dutch, yet alone English, as to the significance of various buildings in the historic quarter. Some renovations are finally underway.
We walked along the water's edge, heading to Fort Zeelandia. Had a somosa and a drink there.
The tour company was well organized re little touches with lots of water and juices available. Omar was ...
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