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... They are painted, which contrasts nicely with the natural wood.
Two of my favorite objects in the Cathedral are the pieta and the enamel and gold colored depiction of the Madonna and Child. The colors are so rich. This is a Cathedral I shall never forget.
We were joined by a few other tourists as we walked around the Cathedral. It is quite difficult to take in all of the details.
At the rear of the Cathedral is a small ...
... entry number 26, Suriname on TDY, in this blog. It is worth taking a look back at that blog entry. The interior shots of the wooden church show just how amazing the structure is, especially after the recent renovations.
Ultimately we wandered back through the Palmentuin to end up at the Torarica, our starting point. The total distance of the walk was 2.11 miles or nearly 3.5 kilometers. It was 11:40 when we finished.
... rising, sticky parts, humid airs, every negative part has its solution. A cold shower solves a lot by itself already..
I woke up at 4am to a bunch of howling dogs. Owners just won't do anything about it. Finally fell back in sleep, and then got woken up by a German Shepherd squealing because it is so happy that it's owners are awake- sounds familiar and makes me miss my best friend at home who makes the exact ...
One morning, as the driver was taking me to the embassy, we saw the president of Suriname drive by in an armored black SUV. The Suriname flag was flying from the two front fenders. There was on chase vehicle behind. I was surprised there was not a police escort to whisk him through town. So when the traffic came to a halt he did too.
One afternoon when I got back to the hotel I went for a walk. ...
... eggs on the beach or something like that, but that was not going to happen when I need to buy a new camera. It was either buy a new camera or go on a trip and I figure with the Angel Falls coming up soon, that will be a much better trip for pictures and experiences.
Then it rains. It rains more and more as I head through the Guianas. It is still warm, you know, no-one is dressed up to stay warm but the rain is so constant and so ...