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... the epic mountains and glaciers) and to the Galapagos Islands (which is a pretty strong draw-card for biologists and has been on my travel “to do” list for years). So, that’s what the plan is for this break – a week cruising around the Galapagos Islands followed by two weeks’ trekking in the Patagonian wilderness. With so many natural wonders to absorb I’m sure I’ll have a thousand photos to share on the next ...
... s house and see what the differences are, might have been better but to stand on the road and look at houses and have someone say “see how the people lived 100 years ago” was not very fun or enlightening.
Back on the boat and we are going upriver back to Paramaribo with the tide so the trip doesn’t take as long. When we reach our dock, we are able to step off the boat right onto ...
... so stuffed and so disappointed there wouldn’t be anyway to take it home! Since we were close to the hotel, we were able to eat and then people started leaving as they finished and heading to their rooms for a deserved night of sleep.
Today should be a lot better. No traveling. We will be doing a tour around the capital city of Paramaribo which takes some practice in trying to remember how to pronounce it ...
... br> Looking over the edge at the cars below, we are right above a pick-up truck that has the makings of a large picnic in the bed of the truck. The people get out and open the cooler, take out sandwiches and boxes of food and drinks and get back into the truck to eat. It is now around 11:30 or so and our breakfast boxes of 4 a.m. are long gone and just a distant memory. The small ice creams we had while waiting in the hot ...
... fewer people to obstruct photographs.
We started the walking tour near the Baba and Mai statue, honouring the arrival of the first Asian Indians in 1873. Across the street was a statue of Hank Aaron [not the baseball player], honouring the first president of Suriname.
Passed the three structures on the western side of Independence Square representing [from R to L], French, English and Dutch architecture, being the home of the wife of ...