DIY THE FLASH PHOTOSHOOT

My little Flash turned 8 months and well, it was pretty quick! 😛

Our DIY photoshoot was a success thanks to my husband who was a sort of distraction, so Niko can look at the camera. I just took a few shots because he wants to go everywhere. Yeah, that’s the disadvantage now of doing photoshoots with an 8-month-old because they want to get away and crawl whenever they feel like.

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Zus & Zo

REVIEW

AMENITIES:

  • Street parking
  • Takeaways
  • Outdoor seats
  • Guesthouse
  • Tours
  • Arts and gifts
  • Events
  • Good for groups
  • Good for kids
  • Accepts debit card and international card
  • Reservations
  • Waiter service
  • Alcohol
  • Smoking area

FOOD: 3/5
SERVICE: 3/5
AMBIENCE: 3/5


LOCATION: Grote Combeweg 13 A, Paramaribo, Suriname
OPENING HOURS: Monday to Sunday, 8:00 am to 11:00 pm
CONTACT NO: +597 520904

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Lucky Restaurant

REVIEW

AMENITIES:

  • Lot and street parking
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Good for groups
  • Good for kids
  • Takeaways
  • Waiter service

FOOD: 4/5
SERVICE: 3/5
AMBIENCE: 1/5


LOCATION: Kapplerstraat, Paramaribo, Suriname (behind Kokobana)
OPENING TIME: 07:30 am to 03:00 pmSave

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How to Holi in Suriname

Holi Phagwa also known as the Festival of Colors is celebrated every March in Suriname. It marks the victory of good over evil. It is a celebration where people (friends or strangers alike) smeared each other with different colors as a sign of love and belongingness.

In other Hindu tradition, it is a day for leaving the past and conflicts behind. It also signifies the coming of the new season, Spring, and people symbolized it as a start of a new beginning.

HOW TO HOLI IN SURINAME:

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Sipaliwini Village

Sipaliwini is an Indian village found in the Sipaliwini District (the border of Suriname and Brazil). It takes a 2-hour flight from Suriname and 2 hours back via the Cessna 206. There are only 2 to 3 flights per month, mostly government flights.

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National Day for Indigenous People

Also known as Ingi Dei, is a national holiday celebrated every August 9 to acknowledge the indigenous people living in Suriname. The indigenous tribes include the Arawaks and Caribs, considered to be the largest group, followed by the Akurio, Trió, Warrau and Wayana.

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Keti Koti 2016 in Suriname

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 and Rotterdam.

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