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... that point, we were climbing at 500 feet per minute at a speed of 110 knots (126 mph).
We flew directly over Enmore (see Pure Cane Sugar, entry number 92 in this blog) at about 3,000 feet. It was quite hazy and the visibility was poor, I estimate five miles or less. Regardless, the flight was not bumpy.
Climbing through 5,000 feet, we topped the first layer of clouds. At 7,000 feet, we made it past the thin layer of clouds. After ...
... day, visited some villages and ended up at a farm where a man had been 'breeding' manatees. We managed to see the back of a manatee. After it went underwater we also managed to see its swimming direction.
The main mastermind of the manatee project was an old man who has passed away a few months ago. Currently his son has been taking care of the farm. We contacted the son to ask permission ...
... diverse, all preparing for a long hot day ahead.
As i turned around to head back to the house for some breakfast I saw my first Toucan. Beautiful creature- always wanted to see one, wow! (see pics)
The cultures we saw were mainly Javan, the nature we saw can best be described in the pictures, and the results we got were positive- the people respect and enjoy the manatees, and miss them if they appear less than in the past. ...
... is open-air under one large roof. I estimate the covered area was something like 75 feet by 150 feet. As soon as I walked under the roof I felt as though I had been transported directly to a small village in China.
We made our way to what I would call the back corner of the market. That is where some people were frying something that reminded me of the Mexican churros. The man working the dough rolled out long, flat ...
Everyone had to get up early to get the truck first in line for the ferry over to Suriname. Arriving at the port at 6.30am we were the first in line but the trouble began shortly after... We all watched as the only 2 ferries of the day departed without us; it appeared that the French customs were not happy with the truck's paperwork. After hearing the truck could take a number of days to cross 4 of us decided we'd go on ahead & let the ...