July 23, 2016
REVIEW AMENITIES: Limited lot parking and street parking Outdoor seats Reservations Accepts debit card Takeaways Good for groups Good for kids FOOD: 4/5 SERVICE 5/5 AMBIENCE: 3/5 LOCATION: Koninginnestraat 11, Paramaribo, Suriname OPENING HOURS: Monday and Tuesday, 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm; Wednesday to Friday, 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm and 6:00 pm to 10:00
July 21, 2016
Fort Nieuw Amsterdam is located at the junction of the Suriname river and the Commewijne river. It was supposed to be a barricade to protect the crops from the river between 1734 to 1747. The materials used to construct the fort were supplied by the Netherlands and built by the slaves. It was also a
July 19, 2016
Brasilia is the capital and one of the most beautiful places in Brazil, not because of its beaches, but because of the city’s unique modern architectural structures. It was designed by Oscar Niemeyer and has an airplane-like shape when seen from above.
July 15, 2016
Good news for Filipinos! It is visa-free to go to Brazil. HOW TO GET THERE: We took a flight from Suriname to Brazil that costs us about 350 US to 400 US per person (return). It includes a connecting flight of about 1 to 2 hours to Belem and another one-hour flight to Brasilia.
July 14, 2016
In my almost three years in Suriname, I was finally able to set foot in the Paramaribo Zoo which is only a few minutes away from my house. My place is near the center, so it will take a 5-minute taxi ride and a 7 SRD (1 US) fare.
July 12, 2016
WHAT IS ELOPEMENT? Eloping is trying to get away from the stress of planning a wedding, away from demanding family members or friends who try to push their ideas as if they are the ones who are going to get married. Elopement is more of a private and romantic ceremony where you can invite a
July 9, 2016
Wallilabou Bay is one of the top places you should not miss when you are in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Aside from its scenic waterfalls, it also preserved the once famous film set of the Pirates of the Caribbean. The location was used in the opening scene of the Curse of the Black Pearl.
July 6, 2016
Keti Koti is a Sranantongo word that means “the chains are broken” or “the chains are cut”. It marks the end of slavery in Suriname from the Netherlands in July 1, 1863. Keti Koti became a national holiday and is celebrated every July 1 in Suriname, Dutch Antilles and in major Dutch cities like Amsterdam