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With my time in Stone Island, Suriname nearing a conclusion, my guide Imro and I made our way to my next destination. On the road, I attempted! Come along with me as I make my way!
Where I had remained for the past day or so, my newest Surinamese experience began on the road outside of Brownsweg. At which we would catch a boat imro from Jenny Tours and I had been driving a hour and 15 minutes into the town of Atjoni on the Suriname River.
We passed the little town, through Brownsweg nearby. We stopped to get some gasoline and passed by some of its mines. My favourite thing about the road trip is that you don’t understand exactly what to expect due to animals crossing the road! For now, we passed on by plenty of bush. How the nation is amazed me. I love short road trips like this.
We arrived at Atjoni, a City on the Suriname River.
There are tons of ships along the river that head to villages along the Upper Suriname River. We went to try to find some food in a nice restaurant along the river. I saw some fried banana, but I needed something else. We have a liter of Parbo bier, that was refreshing and mild.
I received some barbecued chicken and french fries . The noodles had a sauce on them. The marinade on the chicken has been good. It had a nice charcoal flavor. I loved the Indonesian effect! It has changed.
The chicken was also fresh. The marinade was a little different from the peanut sauce but was still outstanding. I cleaned it all down!
Next, we moved into the Fu Lin grocery store. We purchased some beer since they don’t have any to. We purchased a few Guinness and made certain to find a few for the boat captain. We got to the boat!
I covered myself with my scarf and place on my life jacket. We were in for a boat ride upriver. Imro told me that we might see some anaconda, monkeys, and caiman, sloths, toucans, and also even more.
A girl in our boat had a Surinamese street food that she shared with me personally! It consisted of a chutney along with vada with the African twist! It was hot and the vada had a nice dough. The chutney was unreal. I was enjoying the Indian influences in the cuisine here! The woman dropped off and proceeded on down the river toward Isadou.
We got into the hotel after passing through a place using a strong present. We were way off the beaten trail! I had a whole great deal of bags for my gear! The island was fairly small with 28 bungalows, a few of which were along the river. Three of them and the others have two beds and 4 beds, respectively. It reminds me of my time in Panama. There were a number of places to eat along with chances was it!
I trust you enjoyed traveling with me to my Surinamese Indian street food feast along with Isadou Island from Stone Island! If you did, then leave a comment please give this video a thumbs up, and then join so you don’t miss some of my forthcoming travel/food adventures!
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