Awarradam Jungle Lodge

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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... then, my message comes across as saying don't travel there because we will ruin it. I think more to the point of my message is, do travel there and experience it, but don't try to change it. If you are a creature comforts kind of traveler, then Suriname is probably not the best place for you. But if you like to adventure and trying new things and are not afraid of the unknown, and are willing to roll with what the city has to offer, then by all means go! You ...

Night in Matapica

A travel blog entry by fraux91 on Mar 23, 2014

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... hammocks, throwing away rubbish, until a dog got caught on a fish hook!

The shy dog had been eating the bait of the fishermen, but the dog had grabbed a wrong piece of flesh, and got hooked on a hook himself. The dog had the hook right through its lip, and attached to the fish line were still leads. The fishermen couldn't get to the dog, other tourists couldn't, and nor could I. Then I came on the idea to take the other dog with me to show the shy dog it could trust ...

Commewijne District

A travel blog entry by fraux91 on Mar 14, 2014

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... In Alliance we waited till 8am so we wouldn't disturb the local people, but on agricultural grounds usually people get up early, so luck was on our side. We finished off in Alliance, and crossed the river to Constantia, another tiny village. We managed to do the last interviews and then walked back to Bakki. It was a 3km walk (+-) in the bright sun. We could have seen panthers, which they call tigris here, but no luck. Even though ...

Walking Tour

A travel blog entry by tlvice on Feb 23, 2014

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I ultimately met my guide, Boyky, in the lobby. That was around 09:00. He was born in the interior of Suriname into the Saramaka tribe of the Maroons. The Maroons are tribes that were formed as escaped slaves intermixed with the indigenous peoples of Suriname, beginning in the 18th Century.

He ushered me outside and asked if I would like to start by walking to the Chinese Market. I said sure, although deep inside ...

Dancing dolphins!

A travel blog entry by holident on Mar 25, 2013

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... up to a small village for some local snacks - fried plantain, doughnut-shaped dough balls & spring rolls. Irish Paul unable to hear the instructions of a single serving each proceeded to have his own little feast. We had half an hour in the village before re-boarding our boat as the sun was setting. We were all disappointed we had seen no dolphins. Then suddenly the Captain of the boat screamed 'Dolphins ahead!'. Very excitedly we all ran to the front of ...

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