Hotel Residence Inn Paramaribo
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... it, that is pretty amazing progress. So we headed there first. The second place on the agenda was St. Paul's Cathedral. This place was beautifully constructed. A bright blue and yellow cathedral that had the interior entirely decorated with wood inlays and carvings. It truly was impressive. Unfortunately we were not dressed in proper attire to enter this sacred place but got to peek our heads in from the outside. Truly amazing. The third stop was the ...
... a slightly salty taste). He had also drizzled a couple of sauces on the plate. Quite frankly I was a little nervous about the steaks because one was about twice as thick as the other, but Leslie and I had ordered ours done the same way. I thought for certain the thicker steak would be under-cooked. I could not have been more wrong. The certified Angus beef was cooked superbly. It seemed to melt in my mouth.
We finished our meal with a ...
... say about this day but the best part was definitely the free jet ski ride! Always have loved water sports- especially with adventurous people. Unfortunately I was not joined by any of my friends.. how boring. But at least IIII had a good time! ...
I haven't blogged for a while. I said blogged not bogged :)
Life in SU is simple at the moment, but every day is one to enjoy. I'm almost half way my internship. I knew time would fly, but still! In Holland I was happy to have nice furniture, enough cups, plates, glasses, etc. Here life is back to basic and I love it!
I share my apartment with another girl, who also studies Applied Biology in Holland. How we met- its a strange story but I will share.
... a good flight, Excellency." That is the first time I have ever been addressed at "excellency!"
I did find out the consumable shipment did in fact arrive the day I left for Paramaribo. So, when I got home I began putting things away. There were 30 boxes of groceries. That did not count the 23 boxes of wine. I should be set for a while.
In Paramaribo I finished reading Henry David Thoreau's Walden. I did enjoy the book.