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My Expat Diary - Exploring Suriname (Paramaribo & Dag van de Inheemsen) Raw Travel Vlog 2018

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A Tourist's Guide to Paramaribo, Suriname

Country number 10 of 10 on my Caribbean Island hop adventure by air.

I fly into Paramaribo, with my broken arm, and see some of the sights of the capital before flying back to Europe.
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Authentic SURINAMESE Street Food Breakfast + Central Market Tour | Paramaribo, Suriname

On my first morning in Suriname’s capital of Paramaribo, I headed out bright and early to have an authentic Surinamese street food breakfast. Come along with me as I try some of the local cuisine and go on a tour of the Central Market!

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My buddy and guide, Imro from Jenny Tours, took me to Cafetaria De Smaak to start my day. I was starving and could not wait to eat and explore!

In the restaurant, there were lots of dishes on the menu, including small shrimp, chicken, steak, fish, and potatoes with kidneys. They’re basically different protein salads and they all looked so good!

The breakfast dish has a Dutch name. You usually get some bread and try one dish, but I got a bit of everything: fish, kidney with potatoes, beef, shrimp and veggies, and more. It was like a Surinamese thali! I took a piece of bread and stuffed some shrimp inside.

The shrimp had a light and tasty curry. I couldn’t get enough of it! The salty fish wasn’t too salty but good. I had some super hot coffee with it. The best thing is, this breakfast will only cost you between $1.20 and $3 USD.

Next, I went with the local specialty, which was like a chicken salad with mango. It was mushy and had a nice sweetness to it. Then I went with the beef, which was tender and had a rich sauce. It was super tasty with the bread. Then I went with the minced meat, which was really great and was light on the spices. The potatoes and chicken kidneys were fantastic. I love organ meat!

Then I took everything on the plate and mixed it together. The mix reminded me of something I’d had in Thailand. There were lots of different flavors and textures and was so good! I’d never had anything like it before!

From there, we headed to a local market. I wanted to get a look at local life and maybe get some more food! We passed by lots of restaurants and 5-star hotels. There were also souvenir shops. Because it was 9 a.m. on a Saturday, there weren’t a lot of people around. There was lots of Dutch architecture in the city center.

We headed to the market, where we found a man mending broken shoes. There were a lot of women selling fresh produce like lychee. The women didn’t like being filmed, but they let me film the vegetables. As we continued, I started smelling the fish in the fish market!

We found some dried shrimp and some incredible-looking smoked fish. We got a smoked catfish and sampled some of the meat. It wasn’t my favorite but there weren’t any bones! There were also some crabs hanging on the outside of some barrels. Further on were lots of shrimp and huge catfish roe. There were vendors cleaning crabs as well!

There were also vendors cleaning fish. It smelled really fishy there! I was the only foreigner there, which made it a really immersive experience.

From there, we headed to the meat hall, which has lots of chicken on the right and fish on the left. It felt like I was in a market in Africa! The vegetable area was more like a wet market in Manila. They had lots of vegetables I’d never seen before. My allergies were acting up, so we got something for that!

Then I got a slush pom de citerre, which was like condensed rose milk with coconut. It was refreshing and super hydrating! It cost 6 SRD, or just under $1 USD.

Next, I went on the hunt for some masks. We arrived at ReadyTex, where there were some wooden crafts but no masks. My favorites were the wooden foldable chairs, which were 1,250 SRD, or about $140 USD. I found a nice Suriname soccer jersey and two for my nephews.

The heat was starting to get to me, but at least it wasn’t humid! My hunt for a mask continued.

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Visiting the Amazon Rainforest in Suriname

Suriname is probably the most bizarre country I've ever been to. It's culturally and geographically unique - I did lots of cool things including cayman spotting in the Amazon, visiting the Maroon villages and drinking parbo on the waterkant.
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Suriname: A Simple Freedom (Sea Change - Chapter 5)

Suriname isn't flashy, and for outsiders it can be intimidating. Sailors coming inland are met with rusty metal scrap in the waters and sparse surroundings that don't give much indication of this little nation's true nature. It took a little time and searching, but we were introduced to what Suriname is hiding just behind the trees.

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Suriname Through My Eyes

Suriname, exotic beyond words and is known for its pristine rainforest, exotic plants and animals, wild rapids, large rivers and stunning mountainous areas in the southern part of the country. Paramaribo, the capital is often called the Wooden City for its colonial architecture of wooden structures and unique designs. A multiethnic, multicultural, multilingual, and multi-religious country and probably one of the most colorful and unique societies in the world.

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Surinamese REMOTE VILLAGE TOUR & Trying Their JUNGLE BEER | Palumeu, Suriname

My adventures in Suriname continued along the Tapanahony River in Palumeu, deep in the interior of the country. A whopping 80% of Suriname is covered by rainforest, so a lot of the country, including Palumeu, is virtually untouched!

I was staying at a resort that accommodates 20 people. It’s made up of wooden bungalows with basic amenities, but they have electricity, so I can charge my gear! There are two twin beds with mosquito netting and hammocks on a dock outside.

My latest adventure started with lunch in the open-air dining hall! We had some roti with pumpkin mash, aloo, and chicken. There was also some spicy chili that I added to it! It was delicious together! The pumpkin was a little sweet.

I took some of the chicken off the bone. It was so tasty and juicy. It was simple yet so good and fresh! I was loving the Indian influence in the cuisine. The sauces were a real game-changer and the heat from the chilies cleared my sinuses! I loved mixing everything together!

Next, I headed to the village with my guide Julius from Mets Travel and Tours. He told me it would take 12 days to get here from Albina! We approached the village, where the houses were built on stilts so they don’t flood when it rains. There are about a dozen houses in total. We also saw the local Baptist church, Maranata Jesu Panejan. Most of the people here are Baptist!

Most of the locals were working, so they weren’t around. The few people around were in the shade. We also visited the communal hall, where meetings, celebrations, and feasts are held. People also sleep there if there’s an overflow of people.

My guides were completely covered so they wouldn’t burn. I was told that the villages are near the river because it’s their lifeline. It’s their food and water source. They bathe there and wash their clothes there. I also learned that the Amerindian population mostly lives along the river while the Maroon people are more inland.

I asked if they had anything for sale. They brought out lots of bracelets, some maracas, a knife, and arrow, necklaces, and a a flute! I got some bracelets made of seeds and leaves for my daughters. Then, I went to try a local beer. I could taste the fermentation. It was a little thick and cloudy. It was 3 to 5% alcohol and was super earthy and milky! It was so good and refreshing that I got a second round!

Then, we headed back the resort. I had another charter flight in 50 minutes. Along the way, I met a beautiful parrot! We passed by the local school, which is next to the airstrip. There are a couple hundred airstrips in the interior.

I’d get to sit in the front with the pilot! I was a little nervous because I don’t really like small planes. It was going to be a thrilling adventure. We took off and soared high above the rainforest. It was never-ending dense jungle.

We passed over towns and settlements and eventually landed smoothly back in Paramaribo. It only took 70 minutes and was a pretty good flight, although we had some bumpy moments in some clouds. I was a little freaked out, but now it was time for me to go to my hotel!

Paramaribo is so diverse. Here, you have people from many different ethnicities, including Dutch, Indian, Indonesian, Chinese, Amerindian, African, and more. It’s a true melting pot! Because of that, the food is incredibly diverse.

I arrived at my hotel, the Royal Torarica Hotel, one of the best in Paramaribo. My room was really modern, sleek, and luxurious. It had high ceilings, a king-sized bed, a couch, flat screen TV, and more. The bathroom reminded me of a 5-star boutique hotel!

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Surinamese River VILLAGE TOUR + Shopping for a Paddle | Isadou Island, Suriname

After a chill, relaxing morning on Isadou Island, my friend Imro and I headed out to go on a Surinamese river village tour. While I was there, I searched for a one-of-a-kind souvenir to take home! Come along with me as my jungle adventures in Suriname continue!

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I was really enjoying my time on Isadou Island. It’s located in the Suriname River in the interior of the country and is about 5 hours from Paramaribo. I wanted to head over to the town across the river and explore and get a paddle as a souvenir for my wall of masks at home. But first, it was time for lunch!

Imro and I headed to the dining hall, where we had rice, chicken, and bitter eggplant waiting on us. I couldn’t wait to dive in. I was starving!

All of the food was raised right in the area, which means it’s super organic and very healthy for you! The chicken was amazing and had a tasty sauce on it. It tasted very Indo, while the chicken itself was like Jamaican jerk chicken! It’s because of the Javanese and Indian influences here in Suriname. The eggplant was a little bitter, but I could handle it because I love eggplant.

After lunch, we headed over to the Yao Yao Village across the river. Yao Yao is a sad term in the native language, and the village was given the name because they’ve lost crops because of the rapids in the river. I love the motorized canoes they use on the river. The village was just a minute away!

I wanted to find a paddle that had been used. We reached the beach and saw a thin canoe that they will burn to make to stretch so people will fit inside. My Surinamese River village tour began with a look at the houses. They’re wooden houses, and there are about 500 people in town. Married couples sleep in separate houses.

Then we saw some seeds that contain oily nuts inside. Further inside the village, I saw lots of kids and some friendly locals. There was a woman making casaba soup, which is made of yuca. It was super hot out and the sun was beating down on me.

We found a guy selling a paddle for about $25 USD, which isn’t bad. The paddle was nice and hand-carved by the man selling it. It was as tall as me! It was worth it and was super authentic!

Then, my Surinamese River village tour continued with a look at a standard house with a roof made from maripa trees. They actually have power there! Then I spotted some yellow foot turtles at a small guest house with four rooms. They actually eat the turtles there. There was a big, gorgeous, male turtle there! The guy had a shell that he had preserved. He also showed me his bird!

Further on in my Surinamese River village tour, we walked through a soccer field and met a woman who was selling some beautiful, hand-stitched scarves, which she wrapped around me. Imro said I looked cool! She sold it to me for 75 SRD. I was going to give it to my daughter.

I was loving this Surinamese River village tour. It was an authentic look at their way of life. We saw another canoe and the Yao Yao current in the river. Back in 2006, the village flooded by over 3 or 4 meters. Then we went back to the boat to leave. The Yao Yao current is insane!

We headed right through the current! Back at the resort, I needed to cool off. We relaxed for 4 hours. I joined Imro at the water to watch him fish. He didn’t catch anything, so we went up to the dining hall to get some locally-sourced brown beans and casaba bread. They were super yummy and a little sweet and reminded me of the beans you get at a Southern barbecue restaurant. The bread was too hard, so let it soak in the beans to soften it up. It took a while to soften it up!

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AMAZING Surinamese Seafood + LEATHERBACK TURTLES | Galibi, Suriname

After arriving in the riverside town of Albina, Suriname, which lies just opposite French Guyana along the banks of the Maroni River, my boy Imro and I made the boat trip north to Galibi along the Atlantic Ocean. There, we would look for some leatherback turtles! I couldn’t wait to start the next leg of my Surinamese adventure!

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We started by driving through Albina to get some gas for our boat driver. I had to be careful to not really film the people; they don’t really like it.

We arrived at the gas station. I had never been to one like it. It was right along the river and had a great view of French Guyana across the water! The lush greenery of French Guyana had a real jungle feel and the whole area reminded me of places I’ve visited in Africa. We bought 55 liters of gas for 350 SRD, or a little under $47 USD. We contracted the boat driver to ferry us for the next 24 hours.

Albina was blowing my mind. In addition to Africa, it reminded me of certain places in India as well. The beach was barren with the exception of lots of boats and a fallen tree. Our trip would take 2 hours and I didn’t want to burn, so I changed to a long-sleeved shirt to cover my arms.

After we set off, my boy Imro surprised me with a Parbo Bier. It was nice and cold! And after a choppy, 100-minute ride, with water splashing all over us, we arrived in Galibi! This was way off the beaten path!

I arrived at my cabin for the night, which contained a bed with mosquito netting. It was all I needed. Then, we headed to go see Imro’s girlfriend, who was cooking some wild boar and seafood! We walked along a gorgeous, picturesque beach to get there and passed lots of parked boats along the way. Our boat driver had brought our water, bags, and alcohol, so we carried them the rest of the way.

In addition to Africa, Galibi also reminded me of Tortuguero in Costa Rica. It had the same Caribbean-like feel!

After we arrived, we found lots of food cooking: wild boar in a peppery soup, curry crab, local crab, crab brains, and casaba bread and grains. The soup was spicy, and the boar meat was tasty, tender, and gamy but full of bones. It was a light soup with a real kick to it!

Next was the casaba bread, which was hard and crunchy, with some broth and boar. The casaba grains were hard and earthy. The local rose wine we brought was great to wash it all down! Local village food is the best! The variety was blowing me away!

Next were the crab brains, which you eat by adding a bit of salt and dipping the casaba bread into it. It was gelatinous and slimy and wasn’t my favorite. The curry crab was tasty and succulent but not spicy. It took some effort to get to the meat!

The local crab was fleshy and buttery. The last thing I went for was the claw, which was full of flesh!

After our meal, Imro found a tarantula in a tree! We took another path back to the guest house. On the way, we passed a jungle where there are lots of animals including jaguars!

At the guest house, I got snapper in a tomato sauce with rice, and spicy fish soup. The broth was creamy and spicy as ever and the fish’s flesh was super buttery! I had to break the fish up to get rid of the bones. I had to be really careful eating it!

I broke up the other snapper as well. I loved the glazy, tomato sauce but I still had to look out for bones.

At 8:30 that night, I headed out to look for leatherback turtles! We used a red light so we wouldn’t disturb any animals. In 3 hours, we only saw a caiman and some birds. I recommend visiting in February at the start of sea turtle season.

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Downtown Oasis Paramaribo - Orange Travel Suriname

Downtown Oasis is situated in an authentic street in the center of Paramaribo, which is only 10 min. walking distance of nice restaurants and bars.

The rooms have a cozy interior design and are equipped with WiFi. The apartments have their own kitchen and the Guesthouse has a shared kitchen. On the property you will find a beautiful swimming pool where you can relax and enjoy the sun.

In short, Downtown Oasis stands for relaxing, good conversation and a pleasant swimming pool, but also resting and just doing nothing. You can start your mornings with sun tanning by the pool or with drinking a cup of coffee. Everybody feels at home at Downtown Oasis.

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Vandaag neem ik jullie mee naar LIBIDAWAI EILAND. Dit is een van de vele eilanden op het Brokopondo Stuwmeer.
Het waren twee gezellige dagen vol pret, lekker eten en gezellige vrienden en collegas.
LIBIDAWAI EILAND is zeker een aanrader als je opzoek bent naar avontuur en een beetje weg wilt van de dagelijkse stadsdrukte.
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