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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Paramaribo
... into my particular block, and it was kind of a nightmare as the rooms were not what I would call ready for human inhabitants when I lugged all my stuff up from EC (after being promised twice that they would be ready), but after a brief moment of losing my cool with the Camps Superintendent they got the job done so I didn’t have to cart everything back to Explo. I spent my last 3 nights on-site in Main Camp, and I must say that now it’s like a little piece ...
... our house in Florida. The tide is out so the docks have water marks on them a good 6’ or more higher than where the water is at the moment. Our guide tells us that these are the rich peoples suburbs. Certainly looks like it. There are a few colonial plantations along the river too but these are mostly abandoned now. How sad.
We turn up another river when we are almost at the mouth of ...
... in, it appeals to me briefly, at the time, until I get hot and tired and then I am finished. I was ready to be done and out of the forest when he showed us the last tree which was bark that he said was used as cigarette paper. Didn’t think it possible but he pounded the bark until it fluffed into thin sheets exactly like paper. That was the most impressive, even more than the drum tree. No animals though, not a single ...
... opposite of that happened!
There was a large group of people there from a number of churches that were going to a conference in Paramaribo. Whatever benefits that we might have thought we were going to get as a group, we were overridden by the church group and they got to go in the VIP lounge and they got processed first and they even got on the ferry first as well. We ended up being dead last because by the time ...
... party. The national elections are later this year.
Next up was a visit to the sugar and rum plantation at Marienburg. We headed north to same on a road that was atop a dam. It was decrepit, buildings not able to speak of the forced labour and life of former times. We missed the tour with an 80 year old former employee but he came aboard to share a few nuggets.
We left at 1530 for Fort New Amsterdam a former prison. It was a bit odd with ...