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Home » Articles » Destinations » South America » A walk through Paramaribo
A walk through Paramaribo
Submitted by roxy on 2007-05-23 04:44:44 (via
Here a virtual walk through Paramaribo, the capital city of Suriname. Suriname is sometimes credited as being a true multicultural society. This is only partially correct. Although many different cultures do live intertwined, it's just that, they're living close together, but not really integrated. That makes Paramaribo a really cosmopolitan city.
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Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-12-21 07:45:15
Hi, a pretty accurate description of the the things you can do in Suriname BESIDES going to the interior. I have done most of it myself (give or take a few things) and have similar experiences. I appreciate the style of writing; descriptive, non-obtrusive, non-judgemental! Having been here myself I know EXACTLY what you mean, reading between the lines! Am still planning to go to Kourou for a launch and do some trips into the interior. Even after a year, a cannot make a tjoerie.... :-) Suriname, great, yet small; beautiful but difficult; so many different cultures and influences that the country is suffering from a permanent identitiy crisis; rich yet poor (and corrupt).. Keep it up! DJ
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