ACCOMMODATION TIPS: ATTA LODGE AND THE CANOPY WALKWAY, GUYANA

Atta lodge canopy walkway is likely the most popular lodge in the country. That is because of the canopy walk which attracts all the tourists and bird watchers. Canopy walkway is a route containing of narrow bridges hanging between the tallest trees in the jungle. From there you can not only admire wonderful landscape of […]

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FOOD RECIPES: OMA’S DAMPFNUDELN

  Nothing tastes better than homemade food straight from Grandmother’s kitchen. It gets even more amazing when your Granny happens to be the best cook in entire Germany. With this recipe we would like to celebrate the memory of our Oma Wendelgard who fed us till we couldn’t move with her incredible meals and cakes. […]

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GUYANA AND THE BATTLE OF LETHEM

We woke up when it was still dark outside. After a quick coffee and a cold shower we were ready to leave Nickerie, the last Surinamese town before the border to Guyana. There was still quite a distance to cycle, as the ferry dock was 40 kilometres away and the boat was leaving only once […]

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EASY TO FOLLOW TIPS FOR WOMEN TO STAY ACTIVE WHILE TRAVELING

Going on vacation, whether for a short or long time, doesn’t mean you have to give up working out. There are many ways to squeeze exercise into your trip, so don’t be discouraged. The Tandem Ramble even wrote packing tips for ladies who like riding a bike, as it’s an increasingly popular means to roam […]

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TRAVELING COUPLE- KILL OR THRILL?

Everyone thinks at one time of his or her life how it would be like to hit the road and be like Bonny and Clyde. Is it really worth-it to leave everything behind? How does it feel to share every moment,living through all good and bad times together? Do you personally think that this is […]

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OUR TRANQUILLE JOURNEY THROUGH RORAIMA IN BRAZIL

Even though we planned only to pass by Brazil in no time, our plans, like many times before, had to be verified. Without major problems and inconveniences we passed the border from Guyana to Brazil and reached the second biggest city in Roraima- most northern state of Brazil- Boa Vista. The name means ‘good view’ […]

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ACCOMMODATION TIPS: BERGENDAL

Bergendal is a paradise resort some 80 km South from Paramaribo. Located at the bank of Suriname river and far from the noises of traffic, it is the most luxurious place we have stayed in Suriname. Guests visiting the resort are accommodated in wooden lodges. Some of them are overlooking the water and others, erected […]

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SECTION FOR ACTION: CULINARY TOUR

If like us, you find new food one of the reasons for travelling, you will surely enjoy the Paramaribo Culinary Tour. Suriname, as a home of five different ethnicities has a vast variety of food to offer. During the tour you can taste the Javanese, Creole and Maroon cuisine in three great restaurants and finish […]

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SURINAME- REVEALING THE UNKNOWN

It’s quite amusing how strangers warn us every time we are about to enter a neighboring country. This happens nearly everywhere you go. Back in Europe people in Montenegro told us we are going to be robbed in Albania. Once there the locals were certain that Macedonia is a really rough place to be. We […]

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10 TOP THINGS TO DO IN PARAMARIBO

We’ve spent a lot of time in Paramaribo enjoying all the city’s attractions. The astonishment after arriving in Suriname was huge and we wanted to learn as much as possible about this, so unpopular country. Exploring the capital was both fun and enriching as the cultural diversity and the ethnical medley make Suriname an endless […]

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