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After over six hours of travel in Albina, Suriname earlier in the afternoon, I had finally arrived at the Browns-Mountain area near Brownsweg, Suriname. Come with me because my manual and I set off to have any Surinamese barbecue and beer at a supermarket!
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The largest lake in all of Suriname is situated at Browns-Mountain. It’s a lake that was made in 1964 after a dam was constructed. The lake filled up within two months and covered an area that used to be a woods, so that there are plenty of trees!
My buddy and guide Imro out of Jenny Tours although the road to Brownsweg isn’t great and I set off to go have dinner in the city. The food in Suriname is varied and contains native food, and Javanese, Indian, Chinese, Dutch, African. There is so much variety and it’s all super tasty!
On our way down the muddy we seen a boa twisting its own way in the darkness. There wildlife in Suriname! After coming in Brownsweg, we drove around and searched for a restaurant barbecue. After a while, we discovered a small hut-like restaurant selling some. This is what village life is all about!
My Surinamese barbecue meal consisted of chicken along with fries topped with ketchup and mayo. The chicken was a flavor that is Indonesian. The chicken was wonderful and the peanut sauce was so incredible. It was using crispy skin and a taste. I adored it was! It was like chicken.
The fries were amazing with the peanut sauce as well. I couldn’t stop eating it! The meal was like Southern barbecue using an undercover twist. The real bad thing is the fact that it was warmer inside than outside!
From there, I wanted to find some beer. There are lots of different kinds, such as varieties from France and a regional Parbo bier. We have some Atlas beers and a Parbo. We bought six in complete! They came into a little under $8 USD. We tried them at the supermarket!
We started using the Atlas Ultra Strong, that is alcohol. It had a different colour and has been OK. It was not my favorite and was very strong. The Parbo proved to be a perfect palate cleanser after the Atlas Ultra Strong. The Atlas 12% was better than the 14% but still not good. I already started to feel them!
The Chiller Lime was like a lime juice also also has been another great palate cleanser. Then we attempted the Atlas 8.5 percent, that was the best. It was mild and good.
I checked a number of the clothing out in the supermarket, which comprised shoes and camouflage hats. You can purchase a machete! There were also clothes which individuals wrap round neck or their head, and girls wear as a garment.
The man cut me a candle and a half. It only cost me $3 USD. It’d be great for protecting my neck in the sun! Meanwhile, we gave the rest of our beer away. We did not require the rest of it. I learned that there are a whopping 8,000 supermarkets in Suriname and that they’re mostly conducted by the community Chinese community. They’re everywhere!
I hope you loved coming with me to explore Brownsweg through the night and have some Surinamese beer and grill! If you’d like, leave a comment please give this video a thumbs up, and then join to my own station so that you don’t miss any of my forthcoming travel/food adventures!
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