Hotel La Petite Maison
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... They provided us Chinese robes in our bathroom and then we realized they came with boxers. We couldn't help ourselves but act out a few scenes from Rocky. This is what sleep deprivation will do to you. Surname is a former Dutch Colony, but is definitely a Caribbean culture. The speak Dutch and the buildings definitely reflect the Dutch architecture. So it makes for a very interesting country. It has the feel of the Caribbean but the high functionality of the ...
... still in its damaged state, but there are plans to build a new one a few meters South from this bridge. Momentarily- a pontoon will do!
Where we stopped to buy some cola we were sitting in the car with the doors open and an airplane flew straight over our heads, low! The locals laughed at us because we acted as if we have never seen an airplane. Well, at least we provided some entertainment for them for once
... Zalm. That is marinated salmon on toast with sorbet of cucumber and a jelly of cucumber. It was served on a piece of black slate. Chef Floris came with the waiter and explained the dish to us. We felt like royalty! If someone had told me I would eat sorbet of cucumber and jelly of cucumber I would have responded they were nuts. Well, they were both amazing!
Next up was a bowl of soup, but this was cream of white asparagus. Chef said the ...
... hatching's hatch, and get to swim in the sea and live happily ever after.
I had a good 1-1 conversation with the communications manager of WWF in Suriname; That's what I wanted! And now having my networking basis laid down, I have been offered to do more work with them (according to my 'free time'. Of course, it all depends on what needs ...
... I saw some lines being painted on the road in front of the Embassy...by hand. All of the baggage carts at the airport are "muscled" around. There are not any baggage vehicles.
As we were flying to Paramaribo I watched the ocean. I could easily see the line between the blue-green ocean and the mud/silt from all of the various rivers that drain the South American rain forest into the Atlantic.
At one point, as we ...