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The next leg of my Surinamese adventure was ultimately upon me! Since I enjoy an Surinamese breakfast in Paramaribo, come along with me and then hop on a flight to Palumeu. I couldn’t wait to begin this adventure that is next !
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My adventure started in the capital of Suriname, Paramaribo.
My boy Imro from Jenny Tours and I started off at a nearby restaurant called the Food House that sells at least 25 breakfast choices of Jennely. You pick a product that they stuff into a piece of bread, however I wanted to test everything, therefore I chose not to have bread
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The food looked great, and looked like a combination of Indian, African, Dutch, and Indonesian. I was so excited to start my own Surinamese breakfast!
I received legumes, lettuce, tomato, beans, beef, pork, chicken curry, lettuce, and some cucumber! I began my Surinamese breakfast along with my own shrimp in Paramaribo. I started my own bread and place a few of them inside. They were incredibly tasty and small and both nice. The fish were fatty and refreshing and arrived in a sauce.
Then, I made my Surinamese breakfast using the chicken liver in Paramaribo. It was compact and full! The bread made it filling. I received some sexy, black coffee between bites and then tried some of the pork alone. It was sweet and appeared to have some Chinese affects. The beef was darker and chewier than the liver, however it was hard to eat with the bread.
Next, I tried the pom, that resembles a chicken salad with mangoes and veggies. The sweetness in the mangoes has been off the charts! I then tried some beans, which reminds me of Thailand. Everything had a special flavor. I then soaked up the sauce on my plate and took the bread!
I then grabbed some liver, anemia, and even greens. It was sweet, crispy, and spicy and has been my favorite dish so far! I couldn’t get enough of it! If you visit Paramaribo, you need to eat at Jennely’s.
Then, I went inside to speak to the girl. I had to tell her my breakfast in Paramaribo was!
From that point, we caught my things and moved back to my own hotel. I had to say goodbye to Imro, who would not be coming with me to the next leg of the trip. I packed all my things and headed off to this charter airport!
This could be my first time on a chartered plane in years. Because it’s usually just the pilot and you, it is an amazing experience. It’s expensive, but it is always worth it. I’d be flying to a spot near the Surinamese border!
I met my guide, Julius, from Tours and Mets Travel.
We would be flying Gum Air down to a 10-seat charter plane to Palumeu. They believed my bag and me and I chilled together with other folks who would be flying to the plane in the VIP area.
I sat in the back and boarded the plane. There, I had amazing views! We removed! I was a little nervous because the turbulence in tiny planes is worse than planes. But I was also excited to reach the jungle! We flew over gold mines, the Brokopondo Reservoir, and the Suriname River.
After 30 seconds, we stumbled to pick up 4 more passengers. There was lots of turbulence because we flew through the clouds. I could see the volcano below as we all descended. We landed in a tiny airstrip, in which four others stopped. We only had 15 more minutes to go!
We flew as we took off back, and I could see villages below. It was amazing! We flew and landed at another landing strip. We were going to have a lot of adventures at Palumeu! I couldn’t wait!
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