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The next leg of my Surinamese experience was upon me! Come along with me as I enjoy an unreal Surinamese breakfast in Paramaribo and then hop on a flight. I could not wait to begin this experience in Suriname!
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My Experience Began from the capital of Suriname, Paramaribo.
My boy friend Imro from Jenny Tours and I started off our day at a restaurant called the Food House that sells at least 25 breakfast options of Jennely. Generally, You select on an item which they stuff into a piece of bread, but I wanted to try this thing, therefore I decided to not have a lot of bread
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The food seemed good, and seemed like a combination of Indian, African, Dutch, and Indonesian. I had been so excited to start my Surinamese breakfast!
I got kidneys, tomato, lettuce, beans, beef, poultry, chicken curry, some lemon, and legumes! I began my Surinamese breakfast in Paramaribo along with my own hens. I opened my bread and put some of them indoors. They were small and both nice and super tasty. The shrimp were oily and refreshing and arrived in a tomato-based sauce.
I continued my Surinamese breakfast together with all the chicken liver in Paramaribo. It was dense and full! The bread made it super filling. I got a few hot, black coffee between bites and then tried a number of the pork. It had been sweet and seemed to have some Chinese affects. The beef was chewier and darker but it had been tough to eat with the bread.
I attempted the pom, which resembles a chicken salad with veggies and mangoes. The sweetness in the mangoes was off the charts! I then tried some legumes, which reminds me of Thailand. Everything had a flavor that is unique. I then soaked up the sauce on my plate and then took the bread!
I then grabbed anemia some liver, and greens. It was sweet, crunchy, and hot and was my favorite dish so far! I could not get enough of it! When you come to Paramaribo, you have to eat at Jennely’s.
I went inside to talk to the girl working there. I had to inform her my Surinamese breakfast in Paramaribo was!
From there, we moved back to my hotel and grabbed my items. Regrettably, I had to say goodbye to Imro, that would not be coming on another leg of the trip with me. I packed of my things and headed off into this charter airport!
This could be my first time on a chartered plane in years. Since it only the pilot and one it’s an experience. It is costly, but it’s always worth it. I would be flying with Brazil into a spot near the Surinamese border!
In the airport, I met my guide, Julius, from Tours and Mets Travel.
We’d be flying Gum Air down to a 10-seat charter plane into Palumeu. They believed me and my bag and I chilled with different folks who would be flying to the plane in the VIP area.
I boarded the plane and sat in the back. There, I had views! We removed! Since the turbulence in planes is worse than larger planes I was a little nervous. But I was excited to arrive at the jungle! We flew across the Brokopondo Reservoir, gold mines, and the Suriname River.
After 30 minutes, we stumbled to pick up 4 more passengers. Because we flew through the clouds there was lots of turbulence. As we descended, I could observe the volcano below. We landed in a tiny airstrip, in which four others boarded. We only had 15 more minutes to go!
Because we took off again, we flew, and I could observe villages below. It had been so beautiful! We landed in the jungle at another landing strip and flew. We were going to get tons of adventures in Palumeu! I could not wait!
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