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... the property and telling me to go around." It was pretty funny. Such a juxtaposition, to see a large and heavily armed officer who defends a ruthless leader, to be so gentle with his warning. But I sincerely appreciated it. The next stop was lunch. We wandered around the waterfront and found these this whole line of street bars and food stands where you can order beer or mixed drinks and then a food stand that served you a proper lunch. We order the chicken ...
... complete once arriving in Suriname. First stamp was given at the airport.
2 weeks after arrival I was required to go to immigration for my second stamp to extend the permit for another 2 months. This is where I waited 4 hours for a stamp.... 8 weeks thereafter I was meant to be able to call or see online if my permit was ready for pickup. After 5 days of trying to call them and being redirected or cut off I decided it was time to just show up and pick up my papers. ...
... sea turtles could and probably do not occur. The research question is yet to follow- but it's very interesting and right up my alley!
My Marine Mega Fauna course has been completed too with 83.5%... Damn, 1.5% off from distinction! Maaannn!! well can't be turned back now i guess.
That's 2 things to add to my CV :) Feeling successful!
When I'm home I'm hangmatting it out, but always with my laptop because there's enough to do.
After hanging up our hammocks, we walked on the beach, swam a little, lay in the sun, but unfortunately after 10 minutes the sun disappeared again. The walk was nice though as high tide was coming in, the waves were getting rougher, and a lot of wood washes up on the beach, so we turned back. By that time it was sunny again, so we had a drink and lay in the sun for another 15 mins, but as the sun was setting it disappeared behind the clouds again.
Life was back ...
... with umbrellas. Since I sat at the rear near the door I was first off the plane. I breezed through Immigration. I was met by the General Services Officer.
The GSO and I drove to the new Embassy compound property. We drove around the property because it was raining so hard.
For lunch we stopped at Burger King. It was wonderful! We spent quite a bit of time there discussing numerous job issues.