Hotel Residence Inn Paramaribo
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... to my mornings, and the 5:30am starts are so much more bearable.
... could be anywhere small town USA. There it would be football (American football, not soccer) and rock music.
Past this, we enter the old fort remains. We visit the old powder rooms where the thick walls were to help keep the powder dry. Around the grounds are sculptures made from tubing and bright paints. One is a bicycle, one is a piano. They are actually hard to see in the bright light as ...
... down to show everyone. My hubby waded into the water and got rather wet. One of the other group guys went swimming totally but said the current was rather strong towards the middle so glad I didn’t go into the water.
Back in the boats then and back down river. Not too much on the way except for a few parrots and a few toucans and a few herons. Don’t see much during the day, really.
Back for ...
... the room. The church group is in the VIP lounge. Finally, I wander over and get some ice cream even though my hubby believes that, as a rule, you shouldn’t eat ice cream in a foreign country if you don’t know how the refrigeration is. Has happened where I’ve gotten very ill from it but this time it was just tasty. Then everyone in the group goes over to get some stuff.
By now, we have seen that the ...
... the Paramaribo map. I suspect the tour in a few days will cover off some areas but further afield are some interesting spots like a synagogue and a mosque cheek by jowl [at least on the map], a Lutheran church and a cemetery of colonizers of the city.
Not sure I brought any aspirin but did find a sample pack of Tylenol, a pill seemingly doing trick. Next headache is deleted the email of the Transplants so will have to email 5* to see if he has it.