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Travel Blogs from Paramaribo
... It is covered. So one is not bothered by the rain unless one considers the added humidity. One does not graduate too air conditioned comfort until being cleared by Immigration.
While sitting in the waiting room I saw a private Cessna Stationair 6II pull up. Two passengers were let out of the waiting area. They got in the Cessna and were off in a flash.
There were only five of us for the Suriname ...
... discover later that there were in fact crafts at the festival; however, by that time, I was back at my hotel, out of the rain. Now that I know what happens, maybe I can do a better job of catching the action next year.
Maroon Day celebrates the signing of the first treaty between the Dutch colonists and the Maroon peoples on October 10, 1760. The Maroons were made up of six nations of peoples indigenous to Suriname.
... in Suriname it works. As I stepped aside to let an SUV leave the mosque parking area, I was encouraged by its Muslim occupants to enter the mosque grounds. My response was, "Thank you and Salaam Aleykum" The driver smiled and did the ...
... the main town where we ate javanese noodles with chicken.
The next morning we took a walk around town looking at all the colonial architecture which was nice for a change. After being in these Spanish colonised countries it was nice to be in a dutch one for a change.
Later that afternoon we moved onto French Guinea, A nice as it was, sadly enough we had no time to do nothing else here.