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... Paramaribo. One of them houses the pharmacy. There is a fairly extensive collection of pharmaceutical containers. That makes it easy to "transport" oneself to the 17th and 18th Centuries and imagine what life must have been like. In that same building there are also a couple of old surgical tables on display. Quite frankly I found them to be a little gruesome.
Baka Foto is a good restaurant on the ground floor of one of ...
... but it's the closest thing I can compare it to.
Right now, im sitting outside with my feet up, juice next to me, enjoying this view. The sun has set, the frogs are making 'bwik bwik' sounds, crickets are kreeking, and there is a slight breeze coming from the one side of the house, inside, and leaving with the hot stuffy air to replace it with fresh cool air.
Gotta love the tropics. Finally over my jetlag, so tonight is sleeping without stress, naturally.
... my diplomatic passport. The other side of the machines opened up into an air conditioned waiting area.
In the waiting area there were about 20 people. At 08:00, about eight of those people boarded a plane for Letham, Guyana. From the windows I could see the lone runway was 7/25. The wind was out of the northeast. I saw a Canadian King Air taxi onto the runway. That plane taxied to the end of the runway, turned around, and took ...
... on the other hand, had very little sleep.
I find some cheap chicken burger and juice for my evening meal and call it a night again.
Sad to say, but I feel I was hitting a brick wall. I read about travelling and how at some points, your morale becomes low, and you feel like you can't move on or you've just had enough. I'm in Suriname, a place where few have visited, a place that used to be Dutch Guiana, but I'm just not ...
... does not necessarily mean he wishes to order I have surmised. One must actually summon the rude shopgirl over by shouting out "Ja, Vrouw" which translates roughly as yes lady. Yes, lady, I am just standing here in your searing hot establishment for my health. I really don't want to order so keep on ignoring me!
Tomorrow is an all day adventure in the rain forest which I am looking forward to.