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After more than 6 hours of traveling out of Albina, Suriname previously in the day, I had finally arrived at the Browns-Mountain area near Brownsweg, Suriname. Come with me and I set off to have any out-of-this-world Surinamese barbecue and beer at a grocery store!
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The biggest lake in all of Suriname is situated at Browns-Mountain. It’s following a dam was built a man-made lake that was created in 1964. The lake filled up and covered a region that used to be a woods, so there are plenty of trees sticking up out of the water!
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 meals in Suriname is varied and includes indigenous meals, and Javanese, Indian, Chinese, Dutch, African. There’s so much selection and it’s all super tasty!
On our way down the muddy we spotted a boa twisting its own way in the darkness. There’s never-ending wildlife from Suriname! We searched for a restaurant barbecue and drove around after coming in Brownsweg. We discovered a small restaurant selling a few. This is exactly what village life is all about!
My Surinamese barbecue meal consisted of chicken and fries topped with mayo and ketchup. The chicken was a black flavor. The chicken was wonderful along with the peanut sauce was so incredible. It was with a charred flavor and crispy skin. I loved how refreshing it was! It was like sweet and sour chicken.
The fries were amazing with all the peanut sauce too. I could not stop eating it! The meal was like Southern barbecue with an Indonesian twist. The real bad thing is the fact that it was hotter inside than outside!
From that point, I wished to find some beer. There are tons of different kinds, such as varieties from France along with a native Parbo bier. We have a few Atlas beers and a Parbo. We bought six in complete! They came to a bit under $8 USD. We tried them at the grocery store!
We started with the Atlas Ultra Powerful, that is 14% alcohol. It was OK and had a different colour. It wasn’t my favorite and was very robust. The Parbo proved to be a palate cleanser after the Atlas Ultra Strong. The Atlas 12% was better than the 14% but still not good. I already started to sense them!
The Chiller Lime was another wonderful palate cleanser and was like a lime juice. Then we attempted the Atlas 8.5%, that was the ideal. It was wonderful and mild.
I checked a number of the clothes out from the grocery store, which included camouflage hats and shoes. You may even purchase a machete! There were clothes that folks wrap around neck or their head, and girls wear as a skirt.
The man cut me a candle and a halfdozen. It just cost me $3 USD. It would be ideal for protecting my neck! We gave the rest of our beer away. We did not need its rest. I learned that there are a whopping 8,000 supermarkets in Suriname and that they’re largely run by the community Chinese community. They’re everywhere!
I hope you appreciated coming to research Brownsweg during the night and also have some Surinamese beer and grill! If you’d like, please give this video a thumbs up, leave a comment, so that you don’t miss some of my upcoming also join to my channel travel/food experiences!
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