- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... was incredibly accommodating and was able to arrange a shuttle bus to pick us up and take us to town, so it was reassuring to know we didn't have to fend for ourselves and find a taxi that was legitimate at such a late hour. When we arrived at the Hotel Palacio, we knew it was going to be a good stay. Beautiful hotel in the middle of the downtown, and the people were so friendly and accommodating. We felt more welcome to Suriname than we did in Trinidad and ...
... to the village near the river. Here we waited for the pontoon. Meanwhile we bought some cola (in Zambia we say coke). Ain't nothing better than COOLDDD coke in the midday sunshine, eish!
The pontoon arrived as soon as it saw there were enough cars to go.
As we crossed the Suriname river at Carolina we got a good glimpse at the bridge which had been hit by a sand ship in 2007. Today, 7 years later the ...
... further explained how it had been marinated and how he intended to present the dish. Leslie asked if she could have a surf and turf dinner. The chef said that would be no problem, even though it was not offered on the menu.
The first thing we were served was a cream of vegetable soup in a small demitasse cup. It was just a sample, but delicious none the less.
Not too long after that our appetizer showed up. We opted to ...
Voluntary work WWF on CV, check!
Today was all about the sea turtle campaign. By letting children paint their hands and place prints on a white sheet, take pictures with a sea turtle frame, and learn how to play drums WWF intended to pass on a message focusing on children. The message was about a sea turtle life. Mama sea turtle lays eggs, swims ...
... I guess I am too used to our home or the Embassy. I have no idea what they did with the x-ray machine and the metal detector for that time period; not to mention the control tower. It was not dark in the waiting area because of all the windows.
Looking out the window I was struck again with the tremendous poverty in Georgetown. There was a man painting lines on the tarmac. It was all done by hand, no machine. Earlier in ...