Awarradam Jungle Lodge

Address: \N, Paramaribo, Suriname | Hotel
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      Travel Blogs from Paramaribo

      36 Hour Layover in Suriname

      A travel blog entry by aliandbruce on Jun 10, 2014

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      ... of the game. We didn't enter to watch because we had food on the brain, but the restaurant was nearby so we were able to hear all the festivities throughout our meal. Once we arrived at the restaurant, we were warmly welcomed. It was an organic produce and free range meat type of place, with these 3 cooks behind a beautifully organized and clean kitchen visible to the guests. It was fun to watch the collaborations of all three of them and you could tell ...

      Immigration procedures finally over

      A travel blog entry by fraux91 on May 20, 2014

      ... I decided that my papers should be in by now. Off to the office. YES! Papers back, now off to the other 2 offices for my last stamps. Within 3 hrs I was finally done.

      The end of October was my first application for the temporary residents permit, and 15th of May I finally had all my documents, stamps and papers finalized. Thank goodness for that. Just that I'll be gone in 4 weeks to Curacao, and in 7 weeks back to Holland. No spang!

      Everyone loves immigration huh ...

      Life in Suriname

      A travel blog entry by fraux91 on Apr 05, 2014

      7 photos

      ... up by the bright sun, often makes us say to each other: "Today's gonna be a HOT day!" It often rains at night here, or early morning, and during the day its dry.

      Every Sunday is still dolphin trips and Saturdays are relaxing days where we do our big shopping, or sometimes head out for a drink or so. The only thing I miss here is watching the sunset. I really need to go into the in lands to see if I can capture a sunset.

      So long.


      Night in Matapica

      A travel blog entry by fraux91 on Mar 23, 2014

      19 photos

      ... of the waves, the blowing wind, and the relaxing position of the hammock sleep kicked in within minutes.

      The next morning I was the first to wake up, I usually am. Nature wakes me up when I'm out of town. It was quite high tide- and only getting higher. I spent early hours running along the beach with 2 dogs; one which was shy, and another which could have been my own, and eventually I managed to get through to the shy dog.The rest of the day we spent packing up, ...

      Lazy Sunday

      A travel blog entry by holident on Mar 24, 2013

      After a leisurely breakfast we headed out to the Independence Square to watch an unusual Sunday morning hobby. When we arrived there were dozens of singing birds (twatwas) in cages on 5ft poles. It is a competition amongst the owners to find the bird with the ...

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